Dried Apples - Easy and Delicious

dry apples

Dried fruits are not only a useful alternative to cakes and cookies. They are useful, filling and not least of all- delicious. They do not contain emulsifiers, nitrites, preservatives or coloring.

In the drying process, they may lose some of their nutritional value, but valuable micronutrients such as calcium, iron and magnesium, as well as pectin, are retained in full.

If you are already convinced of the benefits of consumption of dehydrated fruits, this recipe for dried apples at home will surely appeal. It only takes a few apples and some desire.

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Peel the fruit and cut it into crescents. If you can not be bothered, just wash them well and cut them. Insert the slices one next to another on a tray, the bottom of which is covered with paper for baking. Do not add oil.

Bake them in the oven at 150 degrees to the desired state. Do not forget from time to time to turn the pieces to be able to bake evenly on both sides.

You can add cinnamon before baking, if you are fond of it.

Dried apples can be consumed directly, or soak them in cold water before consumption in order to be absorbed more easily by the body.

You can prepare flavorful tea, just top them with hot water and let them stew under a cover for a few minutes.

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