Recipe; sweet apple chips
By debbie; Apples that lie just too long…. I think everyone has that sometimes. Apple pie or apple cake is always a good option to still make something with the apples but not as healthy. That’s why I made these crispy apple chips with maple today syrup and cinnamon.
Tips for your apple chips
To slice the apples as thinly as possible it is best to use a mandolin. This way your slices will all be the same thickness too. My mandolin was broken, but with a razor-sharp knife you can cut thin slices as well.
So do this job without your children. Because if you’re not careful you’ll have a cut on your fingers. This is also ideal to give at school as a healthy snack.
Of course, it’s no substitute for a piece of fruit but it’s something sweet and still a lot healthier than a piece of candy!
What you need?
– 3 tablespoons maple syrup
– 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
How to proceed?
1. Preheat the oven to 95 degrees Celsius and line 2 or 3 baking sheets with baking paper.
2. Wash the apples, core them with an apple corer and cut them into thin slices.
3. Place the slices on the baking sheets.
4. Mix the maple syrup and cinnamon and brush the apples with the mixture.
5. Dry the apples in 2 hours. Turn them over after an hour.
6. If you remove them from the baking paper after baking, they become even crispier!
This article was written by Debbie Bodewes. You can find more from Debbie on her blog Deb’s Bakery & Kitchen.
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