Air Fryer Apple Chips Recipe

Air fryer apple chips recipe are thinly sliced apples that are lightly seasoned and pleasantly crisp. Using your air fryer is the best way for how to make dried apple chips. This dried fruit snack is healthy and homemade. They have only natural fruit sugars and are extremely addictive.

Dried fruit is the best low calorie healthy snack. You can take them to work, put them in your kids lunch, and munch on them all day long. These are the best midnight snack when you have a sweet tooth as well.

Air fryer recipes are amazing because they don’t need oil and crisp up so delightfully. An air fryer is a countertop kitchen appliance like a toaster oven or waffle maker. It circulates hot air around food in order to cook it. Most air fryer models come in a two-liter to six-liter capacity and can cost anywhere from $70 to $200 depending on the model.

Dried fruit is the easiest healthy snack

Air Fryer Apple Chips Recipe

How to make dried apple chips. All you need is 2 Red Delicious Apples (medium), 1/2 tsp nutmeg, and 1/2 tsp cinnamon. Also 1/2 tbsp coconut oil (optional), non stick cooking spray, (optional but helps apples not stick to tray.)

Slice the apples with a mandolin or with a knife into chip like slices. Each apple should make 6 or 7 slices. Remove the stems and seeds. Use the non stick cooking spray to coat the air fryer

basket.

Place apple slices in a mixing bowl or spread out on a cutting board and drizzle with coconut oil (optional) and sprinkle with seasoning. Place 7 to 8 apple slices in single layer in air fryer basket at a time for crispy air fryer apple chips recipe.

Heat air fryer to 375 degrees F for these Air fryer apple chips recipe. Cook the fruit for 5 minutes then flip apples over. Cook again for another 5 minutes. If you want them a little crispier, flip each side again and cook for 3 minutes. These are the best plant based snack for toddlers, kids, and adults.

How to make dried apple chips below

Air Fryer Apple Chips Recipe

The perfect healthy snack

Course Appetizer
Cuisine American
Keyword air fryer, fruit, healthy, plant based diet, vegan
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Resting time 5 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 2 Servings
Calories 80 kcal
Author admin

Ingredients

  • 2 Medium

    Red Delicious Apples

  • ½ Tbsp Nutmeg
  • ½ Tbsp Cinnamon
  • ½ Tbsp Coconut oil Optional
  • any Amount Non stick cooking spray to coat air fryer basket (optional but helpful)

Instructions

  1. Slice the apples with a mandolin or with a knife into chip like slices

  2. Each apple should make 6 or 7 slices

  3. Remove the stems and seeds

  4. Place apple slices in a mixing bowl or spread out on a cutting board and drizzle with coconut oil (optional) and sprinkle with seasoning

  5. Use the non stick cooking spray to coat the air fryer basket

  6. Place 7 to 8 apple slices in single layer in air fryer basket at a time

  7. Heat air fryer to 375 degrees F

  8. Cook for 5 minutes then flip apples over

  9. Cook again for another 5 minutes

  10. If you want them a little crispier, flip each side again and cook for 3 minutes

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