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Homemade Apple Chips

Homemade Apple Chips

I took pictures of homemade apple chips last fall. I am just now getting around to sharing them. My timing may be a year late, but at least it is just in time for back to school.

I learned how to dry fruit from my mom. She dried all kinds of fruit and fruit leather during the summer and fall when so much fresh fruit was available. Apples were always one of my favorites.

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My mom usually made dried apples that were a little chewy and I love those, but I also like to change it up and slice them more thin and dry them a little longer. This gives you a crispier dried apple and more of an apple chip.

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These are so easy to make and are perfect for fall and back to school. You are basically just slicing the apples and baking them on a low temperature.

We can make these plain, but we like a little cinnamon sprinkled on top of them.

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  1. Excellent idea. I’m definitely going to try this.

  2. What do you have in your pan that you lay the apples on?
    Can you freeze the apple chips after drying them?

  3. I tried making these a few weeks back (saw on another site but cant find it again) and they all stuck to my pan like really bad and because of that we could not eat them any ideas on how to keep from sticking?? Maybe nonstick spray??

    • Did you remove them from the pan as soon as they came out of the oven? I have found if I let them cool on the sheet they stick, but if I remove them right away they are fine. I think some non stick spray might help though if you are having an issue with it.


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