Just in case you're tired of pumpkin baked goods already, here's another fall recipe for you: apple chips. These chips are 100% natural, unlike what you can find in a bag. Plus, they're made from apples which are, of course, healthy.
The first step in making apple chips is to slice apples as thinly as possible. To do so, I used a large sharp knife. A mandolin would also work. I found that one apple makes about one serving of chips.
The seasoning for the apple chips is simple, and can be adapted to your taste. I mixed together some cinnamon, sugar, and nutmeg for mine.
Since these chips will be baked, they need to be put onto a cookie tray. I found that one tray holds about one apple worth of slices. I have smaller than average trays though, since I have a smaller than average oven. Covering the tray with foil, as shown here, did not prevent the apples from sticking. Spraying the tray with non-stick spray did a much better job. After laying out the apples in a single layer, I sprinkled on the cinnamon sugar seasoning.
Then I baked the apples in a cool (225 degrees) oven for about two hours, flipping the chips over about half way through.
When the apples come out they should be nice and crispy, just like potato chips. If the apples aren't quite done they will have a texture more like fruit leather than chips....which isn't all bad either. I gobbled up these chips as soon as I made them. Even my dad (not a fan of healthy food) liked them!