This tart cherry sauce is great as a glaze or yogurt mix-in, and is much lower in sugar than commercial yogurt with fruit. It's easy to make tart cherry sauce in your slow cooker, and this method can be used with other fruits and combinations.
Feijoas, a.k.a. pineapple guavas, can make great fruit leather. Because they are such a wet fruit, they take a little extra processing for the home cook who doesn't have a food dehydrator. Learn how with a slow cooker and your oven.
An exhaustive step-by-step pictorial guide to making yogurt in a crock-pot, complete with science, lore, and tips for success. Includes the directions for making yogurt ricotta should your yogurt fail to set.
I use the slow cooker, following Marisa’s apple butter method. Since I tend to take a light hand with spicing and sugar, I really end up producing something between a pear sauce and pear butter. I used four large bosc pears plus one quince.