- fresh lemon juice (A squeeze of)
- 1 pinch cinnamon
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Lefy Zee 4 May
they turned out wonderful! I first did a little bit of apple slices then when they came out they were really good!
Kelly Holden 21 Apr
the flavor was great but i was hoping they would be more crispy.
Irene Boz 17 Mar
Great. I'll definitely do it again
Edkins 13 Feb
soo yum! good for an afternoon snack, or even cinamon on it when backing or honey xxx
Annie Sav 25 Nov 2017
Unfortunately this recipe did not work out for me at all, in part because the temperature units were not specified and so I set the oven temperature at 225C when it (probably) should have been 225F, burning 2 apples worth of "chips". Even when I converted units, the thin apple slices (some were even tissue thin) did not turn out as crispy as I had hoped. Overall, a disappointment.
Samantha 8 Aug 2017
So good! I've made it more than once but recommend doing lots of apples at a time
Kaydin Lechowicz 1 Aug 2017
It was really easy and straightforward!
Sarene 20 Jun 2017
Perfectly! Recommend using correct slicer as even a little too thick they won't be crispy.
Kennedy Andrews 26 May 2017
For me, these just tasted like warm applesauce. It's probably due to the fact that I only cooked them for an hour because the thin slices had already burnt. But the thick slices tasted great although they weren't cooked to a "chip" yet, they were slightly soft but warm.
Jacqui B. 6 Mar 2017
Perfect! My son took them to school in his lunchpack and his friends wanted me to make more for them too.
Taylor 12 Feb 2017
They worked, kind of. I live at a very high altitude and unless you cut the apples super thin it takes way longer than posted to bake mine tasted fine but they were kind of chewy
Monica S. 24 Oct 2016
These are worth the effort and time. So yummy! However, I got the best results cooking at 250 degrees for 3 hours instead of two, even with the thinnest slices. I hope to make these often this fall and winter.
XxB4RC0D3xX 1990 1. 27 Sep 2016
Very good. Will definitely make it weekly. Great healthy snack to eat late at night. Fresh lemon is the way to go. make sure to dab the apples with a paper towel so the lemon doesn't overpower in flavour. Baking time varies, almost 3 hours for me, use your judgement. Will try adding a little brown sugar with the cinnamon next time just for fun. That being said, the flavor was very good without it. We enjoyed them very much.
Heidi h. 20 Sep 2016
I followed the recipe exactly, but maybe you have to slice them paper thin to make them crispy. Even the thin ones came out floppy, should the cooking temp be higher? Still delicious though for sure!!!
Joyce D. 18 Sep 2016
Made it exactly as recipe called for, using fresh lemon juice and I sprinkled both sides in turn with cinnamon.. Some pieces I made very thin (as it happened) and some were just thin (about the thickness of two quarters). The very thin ones obviously cooked faster, some were burnt and some prefect and crunchy. The slightly thicker pieces did not come out crispy but are very good. The kids loved them. This is a keeper snack. Thanks.
Linda D. 17 Sep 2016
I made the Apple Chips and found they were awesome. I am a senior and a Diabetic so cannot indulge too many. My question is, because it is apple season can they be frozen after cooking and cooling down ? Look forward to hearing from you.