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:
– 2 Apple (Honey Crisp’s are perfect, since they’re so sweet)
– 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!
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Yummy! I have to try this!!!
Yum! I'll have to buy some honeycrisp and try these 🙂
Let me know how it goes!
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!
It's very toddler friendly. It's pretty much dessert for R.
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.
Hee, thank you.
“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.
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.
Love this! Totally doing it this weekend for the kids.
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?
Oh, I didn't mention it in the post. I used a silpat. I'll have to update that! I'd loooooove a dehydrator. 🙂