Orange Chips

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orangeWant to make a fun fruit snack for the kids that is not fruit rollups??  Why not try these fun Orange Chips?

I used my dehydrator to make them but if you don’t have one you may want to try your oven at it’s lowest setting.

For some reason mine took a really long time (almost 24 hours) to finish but I think my dehydrator may simply not be the best (or the fact that I dropped it once and it doesn’t close properly any more).  Other recipes for fruit chips don’t take nearly that long so these should take 6-12 hours to get fully crispy.

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Give my Orange Chips Recipe a shot, and let me know if you do!

More Recipes from Frugal Living Mom you might enjoy:

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“Doritos” Popcorn Cucumber Chips

 

Yields 5

Orange Chips

Orange Chips

10 minPrep Time

12 hrCook Time

12 hr, 10 Total Time

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Ingredients

  • 5-6 medium seedless oranges (navel)

Instructions

  1. Cut of the peel and pith of each orange
  2. Slice each into 5-6 slices
  3. Lay slices on the dehydrator trays
  4. Dehydrate until crispy (6-12 hours) somewhere between 115-135 degrees
http://www.frugallivingmom.com/orange-chips/

 

And here is a good post on storing home dried foods. I like to store things like this in the freezer, just to ensure there is no spoilage.

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