Dried Apple Chips



I received another gorgeous bushel of apples from Pachamama Farm in Ossining, NY.


I made apple sauce, apple butter, and apple chips and I STILL had apples left over!! If you have a dehydrator, you have probably done this before. I don’t have one but was able to get that chewy texture from a few hours in a low oven. This is a great recipe to make with your kids. They can arrange the apple slices and handle the seasoning.

ImageDepending on the size of your oven, you can probably only make about 5 apples worth of chips. I can only fit 3 baking sheets in my oven.

I sliced 5 whole apples using my mandoline (you could do this with a knife but I wouldn’t recommend it…it will take a while!)

Note: The seeds fell right out as I was laying them out on the baking sheet so don’t worry about trying to remove them


About a tbsp of cinnamon covered the whole batch

Sprinkle of Salt

Sprinkle of Sugar (optional)

Note: you could leave them totally naked and they are still delicious!


Place apple slices in a single layer on a baking sheet lined with parchment. Let your toddler do the seasoning ;).  Bake in the oven at 275 for about 2 hours…check in and flip at 1 hour.


Let them cool on a wire rack.



Enjoy this gorgeous fall weather, SW and Sweet P


About Siobhan

My name is Siobhan and I live with my husband and our beautiful daughter in New York. I love real, whole, healthy food and I am passionate about biodynamic farming practices. I try to eat locally as often as possible and to support my local farmers.
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  1. Pingback: Apple chips. A low fat sweet snack! | Chocolate Spoon & The Camera

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