Homemade Dehydrated Apple Rings
1.) Collect apples.
We pick our apples fresh off trees we have access to.
2.) Wash apples
3.) Peel and core apples
We use an apple peeler that peels,cores and slices the apples for me!
4.) Slice apples evenly, 1/4 inch is ideal.
You can also use a mandolin or jerky board to slice and achieve even slices.
5.) To avoid browning to your apples soak in lemon water, 1 cup lemon juice per 1 gallon of water. THIS STEP IS NOT NECESSARY.
We skip this step.
6.) Place your apple rings on your dehydrator trays leaving about 1/4 space between rings. If you soaked your rings remove as much water as possible before placing on trays.
7.) Sprinkle a light dusting of cinnamon ove true top of apples rings. THIS STEP IS NOT NECESSARY.
We skip this step.
8.) Place in dehydrator and dehydrate at 135*F for 8 to 10 hours.
You want to check the apples for moisture. Rings should be leathery and feel dry, they should not feel tacky.
Store in an airtight bag in a cool dark place. Our dehydrated apples don't last more than a couple days.
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