Cinnamon Apple Chips

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1 large apple
1 tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
Oil-based non-stick spray (canola or olive)

Preheat your oven to 200 degrees.

Line a baking pan with parchment paper (do not skip this step, since you are working with sugars).

Slice your apple using a mandolin or sharp knife to 1/8″ slices and remove the core. *If you leave the core intact you are left with a really pretty flower shape, but I found these pieces did NOT crisp up the same as the others.  Space the slices out on the baking pan.  

Spray the apple slices with the oil-based non-stick spray. Mix together the sugar and cinnamon (I didn’t do this the first time I made them, but I will next time!) and sprinkle over top the apple. 

Bake the apple at 200 degrees for at least 2 hours until they are crisp…like a chip!  (function() { var sb = document.createElement(“script”); sb.type = “text/javascript”;sb.async = true; sb.src = (“https:” == document.location.protocol ? “” : “”) + “/media/js/jquery.shareaholic-publishers-sb.min.js”; var s = document.getElementsByTagName(“script”)[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(sb, s); })();

Published by KMo679

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8 thoughts on “Cinnamon Apple Chips

  1. I made 2 pans yesterday. 1 pan came out perfectly crisp and the others were crisp but the centers were a little chewy. I think it has to do with which rack they are on? They are easy to check, so if you pull them out and they are chewy, pop them back in for a few more minutes!


  2. i've always wanted to make these, but never have. Thanks for the recipe. I will definitely be trying these. And thanks for stopping by my blog…following you back :)


  3. I made these again at my parents house over Christmas. They look WAYYyy better if you mix the sugar and cinnamon together before sprinkling it. I also found they crisp up better if you slice the rounds in half. These are so fun to figure out 🙂


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