Many might confuse it with being a form of a compound butter, but in reality it is one of the most concentrated forms of apple sauce. Because of its thick and soft texture which makes it spreadable, it gets the name "butter" attached along side it. It finds its roots in colonial America where it was one of the fancy ways to cook apples. In the late fall season, people celebrate Apple butter making day when apple butter is cooked in huge copper kettles over open flames throughout the day.
Apple (1 kg): 540 Calories