18 February 2008

Homemade Dried Apples

All I did was peel and core a Granny Smith apple, slice it thinly (1/4"), place on top of waxed paper on a cookie sheet in a single layer, and bake at 200 for 2 or 3 hours, stirring every hour or so (just lift them off the wax paper so they don't stick)

What came out was some apples like dried apples, and some more like apple chips. Both tasted amazing. Totally awesome snack!

2 comments:

Brad Lenzner said...

yum.

That's a profound comment, eh?

emilie said...

yes it is profound. :)

**NOTE: I tried this again later, at 250 degrees, and it totally didn't work. Unless you like to eat wax paper. So, stick with 200.