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Baked Apple Chips Recipe

These baked apple chips are so easy to make, you’ll be surprised you didn’t learn to make them sooner! They are great as an after school or midday snack for your toddlers on up. Adults can even enjoy them for a healthy, natural, good for your snack! Alright, let’s get to it! Time to share how to bake apple chips so you can try making them this afternoon!

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Baked Apple Chips Recipe

Sweet, easy after school snack for kids? Check! Make up a batch of Baked Apple Chips Recipe! So easy and just 1 ingredient - apples!

Ready for the simplest ingredient list ever??

You’ll Need: 

baking mats

Yup, you just need a bunch of apples! Parchment paper is awesome for lining your baking sheet without needing to use cooking spray. I love silicone baking mats, also. They replace the need for parchment paper and you can get a 2-pack for just $14 on Amazon!

Baked Apple Chips Recipe pictures

Get started by preheating your oven to 250°F. Slice the apples in very thin slices. Remove the seeds. Place the apple slices onto your lined cookie sheet.

Bake for 2 hours, turning the apples over once.

Baked Apple Chips Recipe

Let your apple slices cool completely. They will get hard as they cool. Then, you can store your apples slices in a zipper baggie and munch on them throughout the next week.

Baked Apple Chips Recipe

To recap – slice, bake, eat! Doesn’t get much easier than that!

What are your favorite go-to healthy snacks? We’ll share a few more of our favorites, but would also love to hear from you in the comments what you like to snack on!

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Looking for more snack time inspiration?
See our post on 40 Kid-Approved Snack Options!

Now your turn to share! What’s your favorite go-to snack for yourself or to feed your kiddos? Do you eat just a couple favorite snacks on rotation, or mix it up as much as possible?

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Laurajj

Thursday 24th of March 2016

Oh those look so good and easy to make! I love how healthy they are, and our little one loves apples!

Emily @ The Benson Street

Tuesday 22nd of March 2016

So easy! I love apple chips. Thanks for sharing at the Monday Funday Party. - Emily

Erlene

Saturday 19th of March 2016

I always have apples for the kids. This would be something different for them to munch on. Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday.

julie

Friday 18th of March 2016

I tried this ages ago and ended up with a burnt soggy mess, I think I had the oven too high reading your tips. I'm going to try again - thanks

gigi

Thursday 17th of March 2016

I never knew how to do this! Thank you for the step by step!