I am not a huge apple fan. I never have been. Unless they are covered in caramel but then that really takes away from the healthy nature, just a little. Apple pie too, but once again not very healthy. Previously my daughter wasn't an apple fan either but the other day when she was up checking out the counter, supervised, she grabbed for one. She bit at it and played with it for awhile. I took a big bite out of it to help her out. However, she still didn't make a lot of progress.
I got to thinking about my failure with kale chips. They turned into chips they just tasted awful. I know apple chips isn't a new concept but I have never done it. Until now.
All you need is as many apples as you want. I used golden delicious. Slice them super thin. I used the second smallest setting on my mandolin. I didn't remove the core either, just the seeds.
Place on a parchment lined baking sheet and bake at 225-250 degrees. Bake for about fifty minutes. I turned them after twenty five minutes and then checked on them every five to ten minutes.
You just want them to get a light golden brown. When you touch them they won't feel crisp but they crisp more as they cool.
We both enjoyed them quiet a bit for being apple haters.
You could do different variations as well, like sprinkling some sugar and cinnamon on them.