Crispy Cinnamon Apple Chips

With an abundance of apples in our fridge, I decided that last night was the night to do something with them. Not wanting to commit to baking something like a brownie or muffins, I decided to have a go at turning them into chips. BEST. DECISION. EVER

Crispy Cinnamon Apple Chips are a new fave in this house and are a perfect way to use up all of those bloody apples in the fruit draw/bowl. They are a healthier alternative to chippies, make for a perfect lunchbox filler and they’re bloody magically delicious. I feel like this is the perfect way to trick kids into eating things that are good for them. “WHAT! It’s not an apple, it’s an apple chip. You’re having chippies!!!!!!” #toteswelcome

Cinnamon and apple go together like PB and jam so make sure you’ve got a shit ton of apples and cinnamon on hand because you’ll want to make a whole lot of these!

What you’ll need 
– a few apples
– cinnamon

What to do
– Preheat your oven to 110 degrees c (90 degrees fan force) and grab a metal oven tray. (Don’t line or grease it!)
– Finely slice your apple using a mandolin or that slicey bit-thing (totally the correct name for it) on the side of a cheese grater.
– Sprinkle your tray with some cinnamon, arrange the apples in a single layer on your tray and sprinkle with more cinnamon on top.
– Pop your tray into the oven for 40-60 minutes, turning the apples slices over half way through.
– Transfer them to a wire rack to crisp up and cool completely. They’ll be soft when you take them off the tray but they will crisp up as they cool.

– Chuck them in an airtight container (i.e your stomach) or eat them straight away


Crispy Cinnamon Apple Chips by Hey Little Sweet Thing

Crispy Cinnamon Apple Chips by Hey Little Sweet Thing

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