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Super Simple Apple Chips

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I love a simple recipe. These super simple apple chips have only two ingredients. And you know what’s even better? Everyone loves them!

Super simple apple chips

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Seriously, everyone loves these apple chips. My kids ate handfuls of these like they were candy. My husband couldn’t resist them. And I found myself snacking on them throughout the day like potato chips.

Apple chips and yellow flowers

They are sweet, delicious, and are the perfect snacking food. You don’t feel bad when you’ve eaten too many!

I took these super simple apple chips to a fun apple themed event and all the food was so delicious! Check out this delicious apple salad, apple soup, and brie and thyme crostini.

Apple chips in bowel with apples surrounding the bowel.

Super Simple Apple Chips

I promised you a super simple recipe. All these super simple apple chips are made with is Autumn Glory apples and cinnamon.

Apple and a bottle of cinnamon next to it

Autumn Glory apples have a very sweet, firm flesh with hints of cinnamon and subtle notes of caramel. So they make the perfect chip just on their own. But I added a little extra cinnamon to really bring out that flavor.

Honestly, you can skip the cinnamon if you like. I made multiple batches, the ones with cinnamon are extra tasty. But these apples are so delicious on their own that you don’t even need the cinnamon.

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Super Simple Apple Chips

Super Simple Apple Chips

These apple chips are perfect to make anytime of year for a sweet and delicious snack!

Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours 20 minutes


  • 2 Autumn Glory apples
  • Cinnamon


  1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees.
  2. Use a mandolin to slice your apples evenly.
  3. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and lay your apples out on the paper, then sprinkle with cinnamon.
  4. Put apples in the oven. Once the edges begin to curl, usually around the 1 hour mark, flip your apples over.
  5. Leave your apples in until they start to crisp up. This happens between 2.5 to 3 hours.
  6. Take out of oven, let cool, and enjoy!


I found using my mandolin on the two setting gave me the best thickness. Too thin and you don't get enough flavor, too thick and they take forever to bake.

Go pick up some of these delicious Autumn Glory apples and experience autumn all year!


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