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Easy Healthy Snack Ideas – Cinnamon Apple Chips Recipe
By Kate Miller
Who says you can't have chips while dieting? You can have chips and not worry about
your weight if they're baked and unsalted. Forget about those dehydrated veggie chips
sold in supermarkets, they're expensive. I suggest you make your own chips for pennies
on the dollar and at the same time, help to reduce packaging waste.
Apart from potatoes, bananas, yam, sweet potatoes or apples are also terrific for
making chips. I like Granny Smith apples because of its slight tart taste and they
don’t raise my blood sugar but feel free to use any variety of apples – Gala, Macintosh
or Jonathan are equally good for this apple chips or apple crisps recipe.
Cinnamon Apple Chips Recipe
(makes several servings)
4 tablespoons sugar 2 tablespoons ground cinnamon or more 6 Granny Smith or other tart
apples, thinly sliced
How to make apple crisps
1. Preheat the oven to 250°F. Line baking sheets with parchment paper.
2. In a large bowl, combine sugar and cinnamon; mix well.
3. Using a serrated knife or mandoline, slice thinly the apples crosswise, discarding
the seeds and both ends.
4. Add apple slices and toss until most of both sides of the apples are well coated.
5. Pour the apple slices, in a single layer, onto the baking sheets. Bake the apple
slices, turning every half hour, until lightly browned and just crisp, about 1½ to
6. Remove and transfer to racks to cool. Store in an airtight container.
* Apple chips may be soft when they come out of the oven but they'll crisp once the