Introduction: Apple and Cinnamon Crisps

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A few years ago I bought a pack of 'apple crisps'. I looked for them again in the supermarket recently but to no avail. I thought they looked simple enough to make, so after playing around with cooking times, here's a recipe for apple and cinnamon crisps.

Step 1: Ingridients

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You will need:
Large apples. (I used Granny Smith apples, but most will work fine)
Ground cinnamon

Step 2: Step 1

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Pre-heat the oven to 140 degrees Celsius. Core the apples then slice them thinly. Make sure the slices are 1 or 2 mm thick. To keep them from going brown while you're slicing the next apple, place the slices into a bowl of water, with another bowl on top to keep the slices under the water.

Step 3: Step 2

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Place the slices on a oven dish covered in a baking sheet. Sprinkle cinnamon onto them. Turn the slices over and sprinkle with cinnamon again.

Step 4: Step 3

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Put them in the oven for 45 mins or until they're done. Turn the slices over every 15 mins. The longer you leave them for, the crispier they will become.
Once done, take them out of the oven, let them cool and enjoy.

Please leave feedback and all votes in the 'healthy eating' and 'snack food' contests are much appreciated!


jcoreen (author)2014-01-26

This is awesome! I have a weird food allergy that doesn't allow me to eat fresh fruits and veggies. I liked those apple crisps from the store but they seemed to be expensive and full of crappy preservatives. I'm going to make this! Very excited! Ty

Athram (author)jcoreen2014-01-27

Thank you! Knowing I helped someone has really brightened my day. :) I'm sure you could use the same principle for pears and ther things too. :)

trinitygr6 (author)2014-01-22

MmmMmm.... Looks yummy

Athram (author)trinitygr62014-01-22

Thanks! You can vote for it in the healthy food and snack food contests! :)

natemfhunter (author)2014-01-21

I did not go very well. I cut them too thick. I had to turn up the oven temp and elongate the cooking time. I then forgot about them...most were overcooked. the ones that weren't were delicious though. thanks for the recipe!!!

Athram (author)natemfhunter2014-01-21

Aww well. I'm glad you enjoyed the recipe!

natemfhunter (author)2014-01-20

I'm cooking them now, but don't know how to post a pic in comments from my phone.

Athram (author)natemfhunter2014-01-20

Don't worry if you can't, but tell me how they went! :)

waggy101 (author)2014-01-20

What would it be in Fahrenheit????

Athram (author)waggy1012014-01-20

284 degrees. Are you going to make them? Post a picture if you do!

waggy101 (author)2014-01-20

U should enter this in the snack food contest u got my vote

Athram (author)waggy1012014-01-20

I have! I'm just waiting for it to be approved. Thanks for the vote when it does get approved!

lundsayslovelys (author)2014-01-20

Thaws are so cool

Athram (author)lundsayslovelys2014-01-20

Thanks! I'm glad you like them!

gramma2luke (author)2014-01-20

Could these be done in a dehydrator? Where do you vote? Like em!

Athram (author)gramma2luke2014-01-20

I guess so! They've not been accepted into the competition yet, I only posted it yesterday. Check back in a couple of days. There will be a vote box in the top right-hand corner

wicked good (author)2014-01-20

Looking forward to trying it

Athram (author)wicked good2014-01-20

Post a picture when you do!

wezils tuts (author)2014-01-19

Hashtag lol

Athram (author)wezils tuts2014-01-19


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