Dried Apple chips

United States
February 29, 2008 9:00pm CST
So me and my friends love these, i buy the camel flavored kind. I would like to learn to make these does anyone know how to?
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4 responses
• United States
1 Mar 08
ok first you will need 5 apples - Granny smith, Rome or golden delicious work the best. all sliced into equal sized discs. 2 tablespoons of powered sugar per baking sheet. (you are gone to spread the powered sugar along the bottom of the baking sheet) Set oven racks on the top and bottom quarters of the oven. Preheat the oven to 225 Line the baking sheets with parchment paper and now spread the powered sugar on top of the parchment paper. Now line the sheets with apples, Do not overlap the apples or they will stick together. Dust the top of the apples with you selected spice such as cinnamon Place one sheet on the top shelf and one sheet on the bottom shelf of the oven push them completely to the back of the oven. Bake now for 2 1/2 hours. until the apples are golden. Rotate the baking sheets about half way through the cooking time. Remove the apples onto a cooling rack as soon as you take them from the oven. Let cool and than enjoy.
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• United States
1 Mar 08
wow thanks I am definetly going to make some this weekend!
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• Philippines
1 Mar 08
wow! thanks for the recipe... I would definitely try that... ^_^
@Sissygrl (10915)
• Canada
1 Mar 08
camel flavoured apples ? EW lol i'm kidding that was a typo right ? LOL. :) I dunno how to make the carmel kind, but i know if you just cut the apples and core them the way you buy them and hang them in a dust free dry place, they will dry like that. We made them in school one year. hung them on a string near the ceiling.
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• United States
1 Mar 08
lol ya that was a typo, I didn't even realize it. lol thanks for your response.
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@carolscash (9500)
• United States
2 Mar 08
I never made carmel ones but I made the regualar ones when I had a food dehydrator but found that they turned brown and were not as good as the ones that you buy in the store.
• United States
3 Mar 08
Ya my aunt makes them with a dehydrator too and I don't like them as well as the store bought.
• United States
1 Mar 08
My daughter loves those things. Personally the store bought ones seem to chewy for my liking or did I just get a stale bag? Are they really crispy when you made them at home?
• United States
1 Mar 08
I have not yet tried making them myself so i don't know if there going to be better then the store bought kind. But the store bought kind that I get are always really good. There will be few chewy ones but for the most part I get some really good crispy ones.