Baked Apple Chips Recipe {A Little Tipsy}

Baked Apple Chips with A Little Tipsy ~ Hello there, I’m Michelle from A Little Tipsy where I share creative tips and ideas for moms on the go. I am really excited to be visiting on The DIY Dreamer and have a yummy recipe to share with you today!

Baked Apple Chips

I think you will be surprised how very simple it is to make your very own apple chips getting rid of preservatives and other gunk that comes with the packaged ones.

Baked Apple Chips

Supplies:
Apples
Cinnamon
Mini Cookie Cutter (optional)
Knife
Parchment Paper
Cookie Sheet

Baked Apple Chips

1. Slice your apples into thin slices. The thinner you cut the crunchier they will be.
Baked Apple Chips

2. Grab the nearest kiddo and have them cut out the cores with a mini cookie cutter.Healthy Chips

3. Line your cookie sheet with parchment paper and spread apple slices on to pan. You can fit about two sliced apples per pan. Shake cinnamon over them.Baked Chips

4. Bake at 275 for about 2 hours 15 minutes. Flip them over after an hour so they bake evenly and then check them every half an hour thereafter until they look crispy. If you want to make a large batch, just do one pan at a time. They get too hot too close to the bottom.Baked Apple Chips

It made the house smell divine and the kiddos gobbled them right up! They were the perfect healthy snack.

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Comments

  1. says

    What a great idea! I love this for a healthy snack! I’ll have to make my husband help me cut the apples though…I get scared to cut so thin with a big knife!

  2. says

    Oh my gosh- I love these and always pay way too much for the tiny little bag at the grocery store! Now I can make them myself! Thanks for sharing the how to recipe!

  3. says

    These look so good, I LOVE apple chips and haven’t made any for the longest time! I need to make some soon too! And I love the little apple cookie cutter, what a cute idea!!! :)

  4. says

    Yes, please! These look so good! I was just thinking that my kids would love these for snacks a few days ago. Thanks for the recipe! :)

    Im going to feature this at a back to school roundup tomorrow as well! :)

  5. says

    Yum! These look amazing! Thanks for sharing this recipe it has been pinned and will be featured on Tell Me Tuesday this week!
    Take care!
    Tori

  6. Erin Dee says

    Baked these on the middle rack @ 275, flipped at the 1 hr mark and at the 1.5 hour mark they were already burnt to a crisp. 275 may be too high of a temperature, especially when slicing the apples thinly