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Apple Chips

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A unique way to feast on apples. These apple chips are surprisingly delicious and ideal for school lunch boxes, car trips or picnic treats. The gorgeous star shape is created by slicing across the apple core and makes it a fun new way for children to eat apples.

Apple Chips ready to eat
An unusual ways to use up excess apples

Preparation Time: 30 minutes
Cooking Time: 120 minutes
Makes: 5 servings

Apple Chips ready to eat
They may look dried out, but these apple chips are actually super delicious

5 ripe apples (any variety)
3 Tablespoons cinnamon sugar

Thinly slice the apples - make sure you slice across the core to get the lovely "star" shape.

Apple Chips ready to eat
Arrange the apple slices on a baking tray

Sprinkle the cinnamon sugar onto a plate and coat each apple slice lightly in the spices.

Apple Chips ready to eat
Coat each apple slice gently in spices

Arrange the cinnamon sugar-coated apple slices on a baking tray and place in the oven on low heat (120 degrees celsius) for 120 minutes. Check on the slices every 20 minutes to ensure they aren't burning. If you are lucky enough to possess a food dehydrator, then of course, use it instead of putting your apple slices in the oven.

Allow apple slices to cool and pack into clip lock bags for picnics or school lunch box treats.

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