Dehydrated Apple Peels in an Oven

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Cooking dehydrated apple peels in an oven always requires you to keep a few very important things in mind. Learn about dehydrated apple peels in an oven with help from a lover of all things health and wellness in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Marissa Vicario, Founder of Marissa's Well-being and Health and Creator of of the Total Reset Plan. Today, I'm going to show you dehydrate apple peels in an oven. In this case, I'm going to slice the apple and dehydrate with the, with the apple peel on. First, I'm going to core the apple using an apple core. Next, I'm going to slice the apple into thin circles, or if you don't have a knife, you can use a mandoline to slice it into thin circles. Next, I'm going to lay the slices onto a cookie sheet or wire cooling rack. Dehydrated apples are really great high fiber snack. Most of the store-bought kinds however can contain sulfur and other preservatives. So, this is a great way to make your own and ensure that there's nothing extra lurking inside of them. Next, I'm going to put these in an oven that's preheated to about 150 degree or whatever the lowest setting on the oven is. And this is a really easy way to do this without having to invest in an expensive food dehydrator. I'm going to leave this in the oven for ten to 20 hours. Now, I'm going to take these out of the oven. If you're using cookie sheets, you'll need to make sure that you check the apples halfway through to rotate them. Once they come out, we're going to let them cool. You'll know the apples have fully dehydrated when they bend like a raisin. Then, you'll just want to pack them into plastic bags and store them in a cool dry place like your pantry. They'll keep for about six months. If you'd like to keep them longer, you can store them in the freezer. And that's how you dehydrate apple peels in an oven. I'm Marissa Vicario, Founder of Marissa's Well-being and Health and Creator of the Total Reset Plan.

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