Three Ingredient Airfryer Apple Chips

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Welcome to our three ingredient airfryer apple chips.

If you’re looking for a simple snack then look no further than our three ingredient airfryer apple chips. It wasn’t until I embraced the Paleo lifestyle in 2015 that I had actually heard of apple chips.

Chips in my mind were the savoury variety that you had with your Big Mac or with your fried egg. I had never thought of re-inventing it with different vegetables and doing it with apple was as far from mind as possible 🙂

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But I decided to give it a go and see what all the fuss was about. You didn’t have to worry about carbs and cutting up an apple is much easier and quicker than you would think.

Then when you’re done you have a brilliant snack for parties or for when you’re watching television as an alternative to sitting there with a bar of chocolate.

And like some of my other airfryer recipes there is only a little oil required.

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Three Ingredient Airfryer Apple Chips
 
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Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Slide up your apple into nice bite sized chunks.
  2. Place them in the airfryer and drizzle with a teaspoon of olive oil.
  3. Cook on a 180c for 10 minutes or until nice and crisp.
  4. Toss them in cinnamon in a large bowl.
  5. Serve!
Notes
You can also do this with other fruit and vegetables. Another of my favourites is using courgette and then covering with a sprinkling of sage.

 

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