apple crisps

A healthy snack that’s super easy and uses up those stray apples in the fruit and veg drawer. Preheat the oven to 90°C (200°F). Thinly slice red apples (I used braeburns, but any would do) by hand or with a mandolin – two apples produces a good snack portion for one. Lay the slices out neatly on baking sheets lined with greaseproof paper and pat dry with kitchen towels. Pop in the oven and bake for an hour. Carefully peel the crisps off the paper and eat immediately (or store in an airtight container for later).

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~ by gourmettraveller on October 30, 2010.

20 Responses to “apple crisps”

  1. Oooh yum!

  2. These really are apple crisps! Great, healthy snack. Would be great in a salad too.

  3. looks delicious

  4. When I saw the title, “apple crisp” surely I was thinking of the old fashioned dessert, but this is so cool. This is real apple chips. It must be so delish. I would not have imagined this…love it!

  5. Okay… that seems so easy! I’ll try it tonight. I’m thinking of sprinkling with cinnamon before baking. What do you think?

  6. Nice tasty snack.

  7. very nice. Like the sprinkle of cinnamon idea, or what about a sprinkle of salt? yum! Nice pic, too. :)

  8. These look like they might just be perfect for a healthy snack option at a party I’m planning. Thank you!

  9. hello! just wanted to let you know we featured you this post on FoodPress.com today – great photo and love the simple directions for making apple chips without a dehydrator. thanks and have a great day!

  10. Cool idea! I’ll have to try this sometime.

  11. Wow! What a great idea!

  12. this is amazing and tastes very good!

  13. [...] (adapted from Gourmet Traveler) [...]

  14. That would make a great snack.

  15. Love these! Used to eat them as a child but never tried to make, how simple!

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