It’s the end of September and the apple season has just begun, hooray! Shiny red, yellow, or green apples fill whole baskets at the farmer’s market, and my fruit bowl at home is full to bursting with these local delicacies. I like eating them in all variations: As a fresh fruity snack, cut into small pieces over my granola bowl in the morning, as a smoothie ingredient, in apple crumble cake, apple oat cookies, and also as apple sauce.
I prefer eating whole apples, that is, unpeeled – not only because I like the taste of the skin, but also because it is said to contain a lot of vitamins, and because I don’t like wasting food. But since some recipes require peeled apples, e.g., apple sauce or apple pie, I often have big bowls filled with apple peel left over. Much too tasty to throw away! So I had the idea to dry the pretty peel curls in the oven to see if they make a yummy snack….