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Apple Chips

Rated as 4.01 out of 5 Stars
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"These yummy cinnamon apple chips will disappear almost as quickly as you make them! They're perfect for healthy snacks and easy to take on the road. The secret is baking at a very low temperature for a long time, which dehydrates the apples."
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Ingredients

1 h 30 m servings 24
Original recipe yields 6 servings

Directions

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  1. Preheat oven to 225 degrees F (110 degrees C).
  2. Arrange apples slices on a metal baking sheet.
  3. Mix sugar and cinnamon together in a bowl; sprinkle over apple slices.
  4. Bake in the preheated until apples are dried and edges curl up, 45 minutes to 1 hour. Transfer apple chips, using a metal spatula, to a wire rack until cooled and crispy.

Footnotes

  • Cook's Notes:
  • Slice apples using the slicing blade of a food processor or a mandoline.
  • If you want, flip apple slices halfway through baking and sprinkle the other side with cinnamon sugar. Note: they will not feel crispy until they cool down.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 24 calories; 0 6.9 0.1 0 < 1 Full nutrition

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The first time I made these it was a disaster. They stuck to the pan so bad that I had to scrape them off with a sharp knife into thousands of little pieces. I couldn't salvage anything to even ...

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I have tried making these twice now. Here are the tips I have to make them better: slice apples with a mandolin and then place in a bag with the cinnamon and sugar to coat both sides. Bake on pa...

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The first time I made these it was a disaster. They stuck to the pan so bad that I had to scrape them off with a sharp knife into thousands of little pieces. I couldn't salvage anything to even ...

I have tried making these twice now. Here are the tips I have to make them better: slice apples with a mandolin and then place in a bag with the cinnamon and sugar to coat both sides. Bake on pa...

I tried the recipe, but gave it a twist. I made 2 batches, one with jalapeno and lime seasoning and one with cinnamon, powder vanilla, powder chocolate, and Splenda. I sliced them thick with man...

I just made this last night and it is so good. My two kids inhaled them so I had to make a 2nd batch. I used two pans - one lined with a Silpat and the other with parchment and the apples on the...

These turned out perfectly! I used my mandolin to cut them thinly. I didn't bother coring. I cooked them on parchment paper, and flipped them over half way through cooking. After a minute or two...

I made these with white chocolate mousse in shot glasses. It looked like leaves and apples were delicious. Everybody ate everything! To get the crispiness I baked my apples twice because I found...

I thought these were good and fun to do. It would be a great addition to your fall event. I did, however, lessen the cinnamon, used parchment paper, used Granny Smith (all I had), baked for 45...

Delicious! I served with a homemade salted caramel dip. I gave this 4 stars because I had to bake longer than stated. I baked at 225 for about 2 hours total and they came out nice and firm. I fl...

Loved these. No mandolin so just sliced them thin with a knife. Hardly needs the sugar listed, but the cinnamon is good. Baked for one hour and probably need another hour, as other reviewers sug...