Dried Apple Instructions and Designs for Apple Wreaths, Great for a Warm Fall De'cor

Making Dried Apple Wreaths

A fun craft is making dried apple wreaths .Cut your best shiniest apple into small then slices so that the entire core and seeds show. Just turn your apple on it's side and cut horizontally.. .Soak your slices in 2 cups apple juice and 3 Tablespoons salt for 20 minutes. Dry on paper towels and then sprinkle with cinnamon. Place on center rack of your oven and bake at 150 degrees for 6 hours Let them cool and you will have apple slices or another fun wreath. I did one by threading mine trough a heart shape metal ring. I use it year round. Add a ribbon and hang it in the kitchen or give it away.

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Cousin Fudd 5 years ago from From the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina

This is a unique fun idea, thanks for sharing. Lot os apples where I live.


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nancynurse 4 years ago from Southeast USA Author

Glad you enjoyed it. I need to re make mine. My apples are getting a bit old. Thank you for reading and then taking the extra time to comment.


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Jack Gang 4 years ago

most people have the question how to dry apple slices? Cut your best shiniest apple into small then slices so that the entire core and seeds show. Just turn your apple on it's side and cut horizontally, Place on center rack of your oven and bake at 150 degrees for 6 hours Let them cool and you will have apple slices or another fun wreath. please reffer to :

http://www.dryfruitswholesale.com/Dry-Apples/Dry-A...

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