- 4 apples (coredand sliced 1/8” thick, I used McIntosh)
- 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
- 2 teaspoons granulated sugar (if needed)
- cooking spray
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Shailyn Cuniberti 18 Sep
super easy and very yummy. perfect healthy snack for my toddler.
Gayle I. 19 Aug
I've made these at home for years, just using cinnamon. When you put an apple into the oven, the natural sugar comes out, thereby not necessitating additional sugar. The kids don't need the added sugar, and neither do we. You could use Stevia (natural sweetener) if you insist on having them sweeter.
YumChef 11 Aug
I'm noticing that many people are having a hard time viewing the instructions, as did I. Download the Yummly app when given the chance. I was able to get right in after doing that. Looking forward to trying these.
N G. 10 Aug
I tried this with 1/4 slices so that requires more time obviously plus that may make them more chewier than people that are going for chips. I did like the taste though and adding any sugar or honey may be optional depending on the apples that you use. as fur myself I'll probably stick with the 1/4 slices as I do like the texture and it just takes more oven space to make actual 'chips' that won't be gone in a few minutes (or maybe that's just me) but to each their own. I hope that helps.
Marty 9 Aug
Poor user interface Sloppy developed
Annie DuBois 17 Mar
Amazing. I didn't expect them to taste anywhere near this good.
Rachel T. 15 Dec 2017
Super good! I️ only wish they were as quick to make as they are to eat!
serenitose W. 8 Nov 2017
It was a very simple snack. It tasted really good, and I always wanted more while I was already in the middle of consuming one.
Jason 24 Sep 2017
Great and easy to make!
Ve N. 31 Mar 2016
I couldn't stop eating these there was none left over for the next day! I didn't use any sugar and they turned out delicious!
Brian D. 3 Oct 2015
I liked this recipe but, if you bake at 200f for 3 hours it's just a bit too much, I would say 200f for 2 1/2 hours. I chose to use Honeycrisp apples, and Korintje cinnamon (which has a bit of a spicy sweetness), so in working with a very sweet apple to begin with I eliminated the added sugar in the recipe, and it turned out nicely. Definitely recommend!
Patricia W. 24 Sep 2015
I am not a lover of sweet things but I could not stop nibbling these until there weren't any left so now I have to make some more.
Judie B. 19 Sep 2015
I make these quite often, but am not into sweets therefor I don't use sugar only cinnamon. I use up apples that are left at the end of the week. Sometimes I have some and sometimes I don't.