Recipe Challenge Day 18: Apple Chips

Need a new healthy snack for the kids? This is the ticket, your own Apple Chips. I made two batches of these, one with cinnamon sugar, and the other with only a dusting of cinnamon. You really don’t need the sugar, I liked them both ways so do as you would like.

What’s needed

Apples of choice
Food slicer
Cinnamon sugar
Cinnamon
Parchment paper
Olive oil

Core and slice the apples. I didn’t core them, no real reason too when you slice them up. Once sliced
arrange in a single layer on two baking sheets lined with parchment paper sprayed with olive oil. Sprinkle with cinnamon and bake at 200F for 2 or more hours until crispy. Flip the apples over halfway through baking. Take out and let cool before storing in air tight container.

Simple, easy and a great healthy snack!

24 thoughts on “Recipe Challenge Day 18: Apple Chips

  1. Eliz Frank

    Very nice. They look tasty and with fewer calories than a typical snack pack. Did you say you didn't core them? Do take the seeds out. Apple seeds are toxic; they contain cyanide and over time they can become harmful to the system.

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    • mburbage@sbcglobal.net Post author

      When you slice the apples the seeds simply fall out, I didn't imply that . Still there's so little in an apple seed it will not harm you, your body can handle the seeds. It would take a large amount to do any harm at all

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  2. Mina Slater

    Wow, that is so easy and really wouldn't stop me from doing other things around the house while they are baking. I love apple chips so I will definitely try this!

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