Dehydrating apples is a quick and easy way to make apple chips and rings during the peak of apple season. Apple chips are a healthy, low sugar treat for kids and families. In this post I share with you how to make this super simple recipe!Jump to Recipe
I’ll never forget when I got my first dehydrator, it was Christmas and my husband and my mother bought me the same one! To be honest it was hard to return one.
Dehydrating fruit, vegetables, herbs, and even meat is one of my favourite was to quickly deal with a large harvest during the peak of summer.
A food dehydrator is one of the many preserving tools that homesteaders dream of having and if they do, it’s often running.
To make these yummy apple chips you’ll need apples, a peeler corer, and a dehydrator and a little patience.
Have you dehydrated food before? Once you use a dehydrator you’ll be introduced to a whole new world of food possibilities. The ideas and recipes are endless for dehydrating fruits, vegetables, meats, herbs and even mushrooms!
I often like to make these apple chips, fruit leather and beef jerky. I also use mine to dehydrate tomatoes and chanterelle mushrooms In the fall. It’s a tool that’s constantly humming along during harvest season.
HOW TO DEHYDRATE APPLES
Tools for preserving
You’ll need these two main tools to dehydrate apples
Prepare your apples using a peeler corer! I love the cherry apple red colour and it helps that it’s a solid, sturdy cast iron tool I can rely on.