You Can't Eat Just One: Apple Pie Apple Chips Recipe
I am a lover of chips, mainly the potato kind. I can take down a large bag of chips in no time...something I’m not all too proud of. Sure, they’re delicious but they aren’t very good for you either. The main issue: you can’t eat just one. Moderation is certainly my problem.
This week, I got a new toy: a wonderful Jaccard mandolin slicer. This fantastic mandolin comes with 7 different blades, including several for julienne cuts and a waffle fry blade! Now I can make everything from chips to grated carrots for a salad. Needless to say, I think I’m in love.
Sorry, fiancé. Something else has stolen my heart.
Anywho, I decided on trying a baked chip recipe for this week’s video that would be a healthier option to the potato chips I love so much. These Apple Pie Chips are made with fresh apple, sweet brown sugar, and a few other temping apple pie spices. They’re very crispy and oh so delicious.
Apple Pie ChipsWhat You’ll Need
- Mandolin, like my Jaccard mandolin
- 1 apple
- 4 tablespoons brown sugar
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- ½ teaspoon nutmeg
- An apple corer, like my Cuisipro apple corer
- Cut the ends off of an apple
- Core the apple
- On its thinnest setting, use a mandolin to slice the apple into rings
- Mix the brown sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg in a mixing bowl
- One at a time, take each apple slice and press both sides down into the spice/sugar mix
- Evenly spread the rings onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper
- Bake at 225 degrees for 1 hour
- Flip the rings
- Bake at 225 degrees for 1 more hour
- Let cool & enjoy!
Every single crunchy bite tastes just like apple pie! I simply adore having a guilt free snack that tastes so good. You can bet your socks I’m going to try more fruit chip recipes in the future, including banana and orange chips. Thanks, Jaccard. You have made my
day week month.
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