Apple Cinnamon Chips – Easy Recipe

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One of the easiest snacks to make is Apple Cinnamon Chips – the apple chips are one of the most delicious and healthiest snacks to eat. The best part is, both the kids and grown ups love these chips.

The apple cinnamon chips are chewy and sweet, making them very addictive. I recommend that you double the recipe, or you will run out of the apple chips very quickly. To keep the chips as healthy as possible, leave the skin on.




Much of the antioxidant content in apples is found in its peel, for this reason, look for organic apples. Most apples are sprayed with pesticides and possibly other chemicals, so organic apples are a healthier choice.

If you decide to use conventional apples, briefly soaking them in a solution of 10 percent vinegar to 90 percent water will help remove pesticides and bacteria.


Cinnamon Apple Chips


To make the apple cinnamon chips is so easy! All you need to do is slice the apples very thinly, no need to peel or deseed the apples. The seeds pop right out after they finish baking. So as you can see, it takes very little work to prepare the chips.

The apples are then slowly baked at a very low temperature, making the chips sweeter, more flavourful and perfectly chewy. To make these apple chips even tastier, I added a sprinkle of cinnamon. Enjoy!

For more healthy snack ideas, check out these gluten-free snack recipes 🙂 Another super easy snack is the frozen grapes, they taste just like candy, check it out!


  • 4 organic apples (I prefer to use Gala apples, they are sweet and have vanilla-like flavour)
  • GF ground cinnamon to taste
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  • Preheat oven to 225 F
  • Slice apples thinly, same as you would potato chips (do not peel). No need to remove the seeds, they pop out after the chips are done. I used a mandolin
  • Place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and sprinkle with cinnamon to taste
  • Place on the middle rack in your oven and bake for 1 hour, Flip apples over, bake for another half hour
  • Turn off the heat and let the apple chips cool off in the oven, this will help them get crunchy, sometimes they are more chewy then crunchy but still delicious!
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