Apple Chips

Apples are in season now and you can get bags of them for cheap. You can use apples in all sorts of dishes. I’ll post later about a butternut squash soup with apples in it… it’s really good. I also plan to make an apple tart later in the year, so I’ll post about that when I get around to making it.

I wanted something to snack on though, and I didn’t want to put forth a lot of effort. Apple chips fit the bill. This recipe is quick and easy. It’s even easier if you have a mandolin, but a chef’s knife will get the job done. Also, if you have a convection oven, turn that setting on, it’s more effective at drying the chips out, but you get nearly the same thing with a regular over. (I have a regular oven and these came out fine.)

The chips will keep several days in an airtight container. (If you leave them out they will lose their crispiness and that’s basically the opposite of what we want.)

Apple Chips

Any crisp sweet apple (as many as you want to eat)
powdered sugar

  1. Slice apples as thin as you can.
  2. Sprinkle powdered sugar over a baking sheet. Place apples on baking sheet and sprinkle more powdered sugar over them.
  3. Bake for about two hours (if using multiple sheets, be sure to switch them around half way through.)
  4. Remove from oven and place on some cooling racks until cool. Then eat them!
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