Apple Chip Snack

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Apple Chip Snack

Today I want to share with you a tasty Apple Snack Chip. These are great for kids lunches or just a healthier version of a potato chip. Do you ever just sit in front of the tv munching on chips and before you know it the whole bag is gone? If so try these Apple Snack Chips they will save you tons of calories and satisfy that desire to be munching on something. Every year by the end of apple season I am looking for ways to use up the last bit of apples we picked at the orchard and dehydrating them always seems to be the best solution for me. It’s one of those tasks that takes care of itself all you have to do is slice the apples and let the dehydrator do the rest. I have used several different varieties of apples and find they all turn out equally as good. If you have a favorite I recommend that’s what you use.


Healthy Apple Chip Snack

If you don’t have a food dehydrator you can still make these Apple Chip Snacks all you will need is your oven, parchment paper, and cookie sheets. If you have a dehydrator follow the instructions for dehydrating fruit, if not print the recipe below for dehydrating in your oven. If you missed the “Easy Peach Crisp Recipe” you can find it here.


Apple Chip Snack
Healthy Apple Chip Snack
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  1. Apples Sliced Thinly
  1. Slice apples uniformly. Place on parchment lined baking sheet evenly making sure they do not overlap. Bake at 170 degrees for 6-8 hours until apples are dry, wrinkly, and the edges are starting to curl. Turn oven off and leave until apple chips are cool. Store in an airtight container.
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  1. Kris says

    Hi Dawn. I made a bunch of those in a dehydrator recently, and they were so good! It is apple season, so I need to make more!
    I have grandparents day for Noah today, but I will try to text you later.
    xo Kris

    • says

      Kris, I can’t wait to hear from you:) Have a good time with Noah today! XOXO

  2. says

    Yum! I have made these before and they are healthy and so good. I hope we get some fall weather as predicted starting on Friday. That will be nice to think about peach crisps, apple pies and yummy fall foods.

    • says

      Kris, our weather is supposed to cool down for Thursday and be in the 50’s for Friday. I can’t wait, I so hate hot temps. I just ate the last of my apple chips last night so I need to make some more.

  3. says

    Yummy, what a great idea. Do you add any sugar and cinnamon to the apples before baking?

    • says

      Carla, I never have but you certainly could.

  4. says

    Great idea, Dawn. But I won’t be turning the oven on until this A/C gets repaired! But I’d much rather munch on these than nasty, fattening chips!


    • says

      Claudia, so sorry to hear the air is still not fixed, I bet the cold front blows through your area tonight. It is chilly here today, the cold front went through last evening.

  5. says

    I bet this would be good with Honey Crisp apples. Talk about saving calories! I will definitely be trying this…

    • says

      Ann, Honey Crisp are my favorite apple but I don’t seem to notice a flavor difference once they are dehydrated.

  6. says

    Hi Dawn, I have never tried to dry apples but I’d like to give it a try. I’m not a big snacker but Leo is and this would be much healthier. Maybe I can dry some this weekend while I’m decorating the porch!

    • says

      Jane, my boys brought me 6 bushel of apples last night so I will be making cider and dehydrating them this weekend. I bet Leo would love them:)

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