Dehydrated Apple Slices 

Once we got the dehydrator out we have become dehydrating machines, dehydrating everything we have in the house that we think would be good. Including apple slices.

These are really easy! And delicious.

What You Need: – lots of apples – a large bowl with water – optional – lemon juice – optional

To prevent any browning of your apple slices fill up a large bowl about halfway and add a splash of lemon juice. This is completely optional of course.

Completely optional is peeling your apples. The skin will be a little tougher but it also adds a pop of flavor.

As you core and slice your apples put the slices into the bowl of lemon water. Again, this is optional to prevent any browning. Alternatively you could place them directly onto your dehydrator trays.

Set your dehydrator to 135ºF and dehydrate them for about 12 hours, depending on how thick you cut your apple slices.

When your apple slices are rubbery they are done. That's the easiest way to tell. An apple will bend in half, but not snap.

You can “over” dehydrate them to where they are dried out and snap when you try to bend them. Personally, I really enjoy them like this, they are super sweet and crispy.

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