Baked Cinammon Apple Crisps Recipe

These Baked Cinnamon Apple Crisps are the perfect snack, to help satisfy your sweet tooth. They are full of sweet and delicious flavor, without any added sugar. You will love these.

I snack all day long. My problem is that I don’t always like snacking on healthy things.
So I’ve been trying to be creative in my healthy snacking, and I found a recipe for making your own Apple crisps, here by Ginger and Scotch.
I LOVE baked apples so I gave it a try. They were out of this world delicious. They were so easy to make and had the most amazing taste and texture.
Not to mention, they are very inexpensive to make, and you and your family will go crazy for these.
I like to put them into little baggy’s, and my kids grab them as they head out the door, for a healthy snack, or I eat them throughout the day, when I get a craving for something sugary.

how should I store the baked Apple crisps?

I love how these baked apple crisps preserve, because they stay good, for so long. They are also so chewy, and their texture gets better with time.

However, you will want to be sure you properly store them, so they don’t lose their amazing texture.

We recommend placing them in an airtight container, or a ziplock bag, with all the air pushed out of it.

This will help the apples stay crisp. We don’t recommend freezing or refrigerating them. They will lose their crisp texture if you freeze or refrigerate them.

I usually make two batches, put the apples in ziplock bags, and place them in an easy to reach spot, in my pantry, because this is one, mom-approved snack, that I want my kids to eat.

These apple crisps stay good for about a week.

can i cut my apple crisp pieces thicker? or do they work better when they are thin?

I always try to cut mine as thin as I possibly can, because they get a little more crunchy and even. If you cut them thicker, they will have different textures throughout the apple crisp bite.

The outside will be burned, then the inside will still be a little chewy. For best results, stick to the instructions and aim for 3 mm slices.

Or try to cut them as thin as you can. This part may take a little time, but I promise it’s worth it. This is also a very inexpensive snack, and it beats buying them at the grocery store for 4 times the amount.

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Serves: 4

Baked Cinammon Apple Crisps Recipe

10 minPrep Time

45 minCook Time

55 minTotal Time

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  • 2 red apples (Gala and Pink Lady apples are great for making crisps as they are low in moisture to begin with)
  • Cinnamon for sprinkling


  1. Preheat oven to 120 C (250 F) and use the fan element if your oven has it. The circulating air will facilitate the drying of the apple slices.
  2. Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper.
  3. Core and slice your apples as thin as you can (1/8 of an inch or 3 mm)
  4. Arrange the apple slices on the parchment paper close together so you can fit as many as you can. Lightly sprinkle with cinnamon.
  5. Bake on the lower part of your oven (away from the heating elements) for 20 minutes, then gently turn the apple slices over and bake for another 20 to 30 minutes. Keep an eye on them towards the last 10 minutes or so to make sure they do not burn.
  6. Remove baking sheet or rack from oven and allow the apples to cool. The apples will come out a bit soft but will crisp up as they cool.

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