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Peach Brandy Infused Apple Chips in your Weston Dehydrator


I used peach brandy because it's what I had on hand (and it's delicious). You could definitely change up this recipe with some bourbon, maybe some flavored whiskey... even a good smoked stout — in fact, I dare you to. ...And let us know how it came out for you!

Makes about 24 apple chips

- Ingredients -

3 apples
1/4 cup peach brandy

- Tools -
Weston Apple Peeler
Weston Vacuum Sealer + bag
Weston Dehydrator


Peel, slice and core your apples with your Apple Peeler.

Apple chips are already easy to make, but the prep work only takes a minute if you have a Weston Apple Peeler.

Place the slices into a Weston Vacuum Sealer Bag, and pour in the brandy. Use your Weston Vacuum Sealer to seal the bag.

Vacuum sealing the apples Weston Vacuum Bag draws the brandy deep into the pores of the apple.

Allow to marinate overnight.

Place the apple slices onto the trays of your dehydrator and dehydrate 2-3 days, or until the apples feel dry, but still spongy.

Brandy-infused apple slices lay on a tray of our Weston 4-Tier Dehydrator, ready to be dried.

Allow the apple chips to air out overnight - this will allow them to crisp. Enjoy!


If you'd like to store your apple chips, you can put them in a paper bag, store in a cool, dry place, and enjoy them for a week. For longer storage, seal them with your Weston Vacuum Sealer - but be sure to let them dry completely before you seal them. You'll get at least a couple of months out of them this way, so long as they were properly dried. 

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