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This is how I make dried apple chips in my oven that are truly addictive. You can't just eat one. But at least they're healthy!
First I gather my supplies. I want to work rather quickly so the apple slices don't oxidize before I get them into the oven.
I work with one apple at a time because the amount you need all depends on the size of the apples. So first I core the apple.
Next I slice the apple on the 3.0mm setting on a Kyocera mandolin.
Then I place the slices on a silpat in a baking sheet. I want to get as many slices on 1 sheet as possible. So they are touching but not overlapping. If they overlap they will stick together.
I place the baking sheets in the top 3rd of the oven (or bottom if it heats from top) and bake @ 200 degrees for 2 1/2 hours, switching sheets @ 75 minutes to ensure even drying.
Remove from oven and let cool for 10 - 15 minutes.
Store in airtight container (I prefer glass). Apple Crack will last 4-6 weeks, though they start to lose their crunch after 2 weeks. Of course when I make them for friends they disappear immediately!
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@Amy - how did they turn out?
7 months ago
ive got my first batch in the oven now :) soo excited!
8 months ago
I guess the mentioned oven temperature is in Fahrenheit?
Wow, this sounds really delicious! I gotta try this when my apple threes start to grow some apples during this summer!
Great snack... Will make them, but I like granny smith apples for this with cinnamon.. Call me crazy lol..
Farook Jr Mohammed
That makes sense :) I think I am going to try some with cinnamon and keep you updated! :)
Melinda, with the right apples they do not need any sugar because they are already very sweet. I haven't tried cinnamon yet. Please let me know how it works if you do.
Baking Sheet Pan
Silat or parchment paper
Fresh organic apples
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