Ingredients: Naturally dehydrated Apples. No additives.
Fiber: A half-cup serving of the dried fruit contains 3.7 grams of dietary fiber.
Vitamins: A half-cup serving contains approximately 6 percent of your daily recommended intake of vitamin B-6 and 3 percent of your daily intake of vitamin B-5. They also contain small amounts of Vitamin C and Vitamin A, two nutrients that keep your skin and bones strong and healthy
Minerals: Each half-cup serving contains 4 percent of your daily recommended intake of potassium, a mineral essential to nerve and brain function, according to the Linus Pauling Institute. Dehydrated apples also contain a small amount of iron -- 8 percent of the recommended daily intake for men or 3 percent for women
Cooking: Try warming chopped dehydrated apples on a stovetop along with dried cranberries, apple cider, and cinnamon to make a sweet condiment that pairs well with lean pork loin or chicken breasts. Add a handful of dehydrated apples to your oatmeal in the morning, then top with sliced almonds and cinnamon for a healthy alternative to pre-packaged apple-cinnamon oatmeal. Finally, try a pairing dehydrated apple with mixed nuts and seeds for a homemade trail mix to keep you full when you’re on the go.