Day 9: Homemade Apple Chips

Day 9: Today I’m sharing a simple homemade apple chips recipe! Only two ingredients. These little treats are delicious! My kiddo calls them “Dessert”. They would also be perfect to give as a hostess gift. Here’s how I made it:

Ingredients:

– 2 Apple (Honey Crisp’s are perfect, since they’re so sweet)

– Cinnamon

Directions:

– Slice up your apples. You’ll need them all to be about the same size. You could use a mandoline, but if you don’t have one use a knife (and try and cut them all the same size).

– Optional: cut out the cores. You don’t have to, but I like to.

– Sprinkle on some cinnamon and rub it into the apple slices.

– Place your apple slices on a baking sheet, and place in a 190 degree oven.

– Now, let them bake for 3 – 6 hours. That’s quite the range of time, but it will depend on how thick your apple slices are. Test them out every 30 to 60 minutes.

– When your apples are ready, pull them out of the oven and let them cool. Place them in an airtight container (a jar, perhaps) for storage.

– You’re done!

You can share this with your family for a treat, or add a gift tag and share them as a gift for a hostess!

– Chelsey

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12 Comments on "Day 9: Homemade Apple Chips"


Guest
November 3, 2012

Yummy! I have to try this!!!

Guest
katiivey
November 3, 2012

Yum! I'll have to buy some honeycrisp and try these :)

Guest
November 3, 2012

Let me know how it goes!

Guest
November 2, 2012

Mmm, these look good, and also like a fun snack for a toddler! I'm desperately trying to come up with more toddler-friendly snack recipes these days. Thanks for sharing!

Guest
November 3, 2012

It's very toddler friendly. It's pretty much dessert for R.

Guest
November 2, 2012

I LOVE apple chips!! I picture myself eating them next to a virtual fire with a warm mug of apple cider. Johnny Appleseed would be proud of you. Beautiful pictures.

Guest
November 3, 2012

Hee, thank you.

Guest
sigh
November 2, 2012

“You don’t have to, but I like too.”

Usage of the word “too” is incorrect, it should be “to”.

I suggest you review some grammar and word usage if you are going to be writing a blog.

Guest
November 3, 2012

Thank you for taking the time, out of your busy day, to mention this. I’m now reconsidering blogging. I might just quit altogether. I can’t believe I missed that in my edits, and I’m sorry to ruin your day with my poor grammar and punctuation. I may need to quit blogging, so you don’t have to read my terrible writing anymore.

Guest
November 2, 2012

Love this! Totally doing it this weekend for the kids.

Guest
November 2, 2012

These looks great. I usually make mine in a dehydrator because I can't make them in the oven to save my life. I'll have to give it another try. Do you use parchment paper?

Lura
x

Guest
November 2, 2012

Oh, I didn't mention it in the post. I used a silpat. I'll have to update that! I'd loooooove a dehydrator. :)