Apple crisps are a great little healthy snack. They are bursting with vitamins, minerals and fibre, are virtually fat-free and taste delicious!
You can bake apple crisps with so many different flavours but my favourite has to be cinnamon. Do let me know what your favourite additions are!
I personally prefer to eat these crisps on the day that they are baked :).
- 3 Pink Lady Apples*
- spray oil
- cinnamon or lemmon juice
- Pre-heat your oven to 180 degrees C (140 degrees fan)
- THINLY slice your apples (1-2mm thick) and place them on a baking rack over a tray covered with foil
- Sprinkle/spray/brush on your chosen toppings
- Bake your apple thins in the oven for 20 minutes before flipping over, adding a touch more of your toppings and bake for 20 minutes more
- Allow to cool & store in an air tight container
*You can use other apples but Pink Lady apples hold their colour a lot better once sliced!
Made some of these this evening with a little cinnamon. Thanks for the idea, they turned out great!
Tempted to try with a really light dusting of cocoa next time too.
Hi Simon! Thanks for your comment. That does sound lovely – please let me know how they go! Thanks, Nic x
Made some yesterday with lemon, loved them! Going to try them again tonight as a dessert with an innocent fruit tube (24cals) as a dip!! Amazing recipes! Bikini body here I come ha! OXX
Hurray! Thanks for your comment Lauren! I love them with cinnamon 🙂 or dipped with Greek yoghurt! Nic x
How long do these keep for?
A few days! They’re too irresistable to last any longer 😉
I’m in love with these & once I buy a wire rack I can’t wait to try more fruit & veg versions, so easy & guilt free 🙂 thanks Nic xx
So glad you liked them!! Thanks for your comment Lesley 🙂 x
Would I be able to do this but with small chunks instead of slices? I am just thinking it would taste lovely with my porridge in the morning!
Yes Natalie! Or you could do slices and then chop them up with scissors 🙂 Good luck! xx
Hi Nat! It would make the apples a lovely chewy consistency rather than crispy but that would be the only difference 🙂