Once again, I was trying to find a way to get my daughter to eat fruit in a form other than leather. She didn't like it, but my babysitter took them home and shared with all her roommates.

Recipe Directions

1. Core and slice the apples into eight pieces.

2. Put slices in a large bag and toss to coat with juice. Add spices and toss.

3. Lay on dehydrator (with air circulating, not a Teflex sheet) and dehydrate 3-6 hours until warm, soft and sweet.

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By noelleloveshoney

Once again, I was trying to find a way to get my daughter to eat fruit in a form other than leather.

She didn't like it, but my babysitter took them home and shared with all her roommates.

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Oh yeah, when I read "baked apples" this reminds me of Cherie Soria's Apple Baklava dessert. Yummm!!!! It tastes cooked without dehydrating!

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Vanilla powder-ah,heaven on earth. Powdered vanilla bean, basically. I have bought it from mountain rose herbs and living tree community, both fantastic sites. Not sweet but very fragrant and makes everything better-especially cookies and smoothies!

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What is vanilla powder and where can you get it or can you make it yourself?

Thanks.

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awesome!! so how did you do it-with spices and such? maybe i can learn and my daughter will like them too :)

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P.S. I "baked" 5 lbs. of apples and he actually likes them.

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These sound great. My son needs dehydrated fruit for winter camping and he says plain dried apples taste like cardboard. Let's see how he likes these.

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