Introduction: Make Your Own Dried Apple Bits

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Dried apple bits are good in snack mixes or for making apple-cinnamon oatmeal. All you need is an apple and some time!

Step 1: Peel and Chop

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Peel an apple, then chop it into small chunks.

Step 2: Bake

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Spread the chopped apple pieces on a cookie sheet.

Set your oven to the lowest temperature setting (about 150 degrees F) and bake for at least one or two hours.

Step 3: Cool and Store

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Let your dried apple bits cool and store them in an airtight container. Enjoy!


MichaelA13 (author)2015-01-23

I wonder if it would make a difference were I to add cinnamon and sugar before putting them into the oven? Any thoughts on that?

saige hill (author)MichaelA132015-04-15

I was thinking the same , it would be a bit like the outside of a churro with apple , so sweet Apple , thx hoped that helped

willow.narwhal (author)2011-08-11

Do you know how long these will last after you make them?

jacobzman (author)2008-12-15

can you put it in a hier temperatuer

Kaiven (author)2008-01-23

wow cool. Couldn't you do this with other fruit? Like, make raisens, banana chips, strawberry mush :P

canida (author)2006-12-06

Also good for inclusion in homemade trail mix! A dehydrator will give you extra shelf space, but if you live in a warm/dry area you can just put your apple on a screen in a sunny spot.

Crash2108 (author)canida2006-12-07

Did you read the first sentence? "...are good in snack mixes..."

canida (author)Crash21082006-12-07

Oops. Apparently not.

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