Apple Chips

2 Trays
3 hr 10 min

2 ingredient apple chips! Apples are great on their own but if you're looking for a change and want to add some crunch to your day, this easy, delicious and healthy recipe is for you! This only took about 10 minutes or less to prepare, but a few hours to bake because of the low heat required. You will just need some sweet apples (I used Gala apples) and ground cinnamon! This is a great back to school or work snack recipe that will help you get in your fibre intake for the day without even noticing it. Check out the recipe below!

Recipe details

  • 2  Trays
  • Prep time: 10 Minutes Cook time: 3 Hours Total time: 3 hr 10 min
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  • 3 medium sized Gala apples
  • 1 tsp ground cinnamon
  • *Optional: 1 tsp to 1 tbsp of sugar based on your sweetness preference or if your apples are not naturally sweet


Preheat the oven to 200°F or 95°C. Spread parchment paper over two cookie sheets.
Wash, dry and core your apples.
Slice your apples AS THIN AS POSSIBLE with a knife or slicer if you have one. The more thin the apple slices are, the more crispy your chips will be and you will be able to bake them for a shorter amount of time.
Spread out the sliced apples on to your prepared cookie sheets. Sprinkle on the cinnamon over the apples (I ended up using more than 1 tsp but this will depend on your preference!). If you decide to add sugar, sprinkle it on top now as well.
Bake your apple chips for 3 hours. Place one cookie sheet on the top left corner of your oven and the other one on the bottom right. After 1.5 hours have passed, switch the trays and rotate. Based on your apples and how thick you cut them, you may need to bake them for a longer or shorter amount of time for them to get crispy.


  • Once they are ready and have been cooled down after removing them from the oven, store them in an airtight container to keep the crispness.

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  • Carole gerst Carole gerst on Sep 13, 2020

    You forgot the most important thing about this recipe and that is the smell that is coming from your oven making this it's wonderful just thought I would give you a heads up

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    • Lorraine Diebels Lorraine Diebels on Sep 14, 2020

      Carole, Hello! My maiden name was Gerst. I live in Northern Calif. Could we be related? My email is (if you care to chat): My Father’s fAmily lived in the SF Bay Area. However, his Dad (my Grandfather) was born in N. Y. (Schenectady, I believe). Would love to hear from you!

      Lorraine Gerst Diebels

  • Jean Jean on Sep 14, 2020

    Are these diabetic friendly?

    • Vinny Vinny on Sep 14, 2020

      Yes! I only used apples and cinnamon. The sugar is optional.