Your sweet, in-season fall apples are just begging to be made into fresh apple chips. For a more kid-friendly version, try our plain Apple Chips with Honey-Lemon Mint Yogurt. You can use a sharp knife if you don't have a mandoline, but your slices won't be quite as even.
Chipotle chile powder gives the crunchy chips a smoky kick that pairs well with the buttery guacamole. Use ground cumin or regular chili powder in its place, if you prefer. Prepare the chips up to a day ahead, and store in a zip-top plastic bag.
There's no need to buy pre-packaged apple chips when the real thing is so easy to make at home. We love the sweet and tangy dip with plain apple chips, but you can also serve with apple chips coated in your favorite spice blend--like Apple Chips with Ancho Chile Cinnamon Sugar or Chinese Five Spiced Apple Chips. If you don't have a mandoline, you can use a sharp knife, but your slices won't be quite as even.
Welcome to your new go-to snack food—kale chips 2.0! These flavor-packed nutritious chips come out of the air fryer even crispier than they do from your regular oven. Store-bought everything bagel seasoning can be gorged with sodium. Our homemade version delivers the same flavor using staples you probably have hanging out in your spice cabinet. Shop for the perkiest fresh kale you can put your hands on—it yields the crispiest chips.
Whether you make these with parmesan or nutritional yeast (a great choice for vegans), the secret to their crisp texture is to avoid crowding the leaves on the baking sheets. Also, keep an eye on them—they can scorch quickly.