Dani Kelly, RHN

"The evidence for nutritional therapy is becoming so strong that if the doctors of today don’t become nutritionists, the nutritionists will become the doctors of tomorrow." – Anonymous Irish Doctor

Homemade Apple Crisps

on 12/04/2012

Rylan has recently tried apple crisps (a.k.a. dried apple slices) at her school in Knowlesville and they have been the rave ever since.  On a recent trip to the SuperStore, she spots them and begins to beg and plea for this small container with the goods, which – might I add – has a price tag of $5.99.  I usher her away and informed her that they are, in fact, just as easy to make at home!  And so this is exactly what I have attempted today!  Won’t she be thrilled once she gets home?  Most certainly.  :)  And I know the apple-cinnamon aroma lingering throughout our third floor apartment is certainly delightful enough!

Ingredients:
– apples, thinly sliced
– cinnamon (optional)
– nutmeg (optional)

Procedure:
1. Set oven on bake, at 200 degrees.
2. Place thinly, sliced apples on parchment paper.
3. Sprinkle spices onto to apple slices, if desired.
4. Bake for 2-4 hours remembering to flip the slices half way through time.

Enjoy (the smell that lingers and your delectable treat)!


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