This slow cooker pumpkin butter recipe is perfect for a fall day! It combines the simple ingredients of pumpkin and brown sugar with the perfect blend of pumpkin pie spice.
Just follow this easy recipe and and let your slow cooker do the work.
Add the ingredients to your crock pot and enjoy the delicious aroma of pumpkin spice wafting through the house as it cooks.
Slow Cooker Pumpkin Butter
Every year I look forward to fall and the cooler temperatures, the colorful leaves, and the food.
There are so many fun fall recipes that have become a tradition in our home.
Pumpkins in the fall are just so cozy.
Taking a family trip to the pumpkin patch and then making some of our favorite fall recipes is a tradition we all love.
And this crock pot pumpkin butter recipe is another one of my favorites.
It’s just so good that we sometimes eat it straight out of the jar (or spoon it into plain yogurt for a simple treat).
Follow along with these step-by-step instructions and this could become one of your favorite fall recipes as well.
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
If you’ve tried pumpkin butter (sometimes called pumpkin spread), you already know how good it is.
One thing to love about this recipe is how incredibly simple it is to make.
After you drop the ingredients in the slow cooker, you can go do other things.
And, not only does this recipe taste amazing—your home will smell amazing while it’s simmering in the slow cooker.
And there are so many delicious ways to use it!
Freshly made pumpkin butter is the perfect thing to use on homemade baked goods.
It’s great to use in place of fruit butter made with berries or apricots.
Pumpkin butter is one of my favorite slow cooker recipes.