slice the bananas very thin (about 1/8''). place banana slices on a baking sheet that has been lined with parchment paper.
brush the slices with lemon juice that has been mixed with a little water. sprinkle with cinnamon. (this coating will give it a crisp "chip" texture
Dehydrator: turn the dehydrator to 135*F and allow the bananas to dehydrate for 6 to 8 hours until they are as dry or crisp as you want them to be
Oven: bake at 250 for approximately 1 1/2 hours, flipping them over halfway through
slice off the top, stem side, of the apple and then slice the apple into thin rounds, somewhere between 1/8'' to 1/4'' thick. a mandoline slicer works best so they are all the same thickness.
remove the seeds, or the whole core. peel can be left on or taken off.
toss the sliced apples with sinnamon and sugar (optional) and arrange in a single layer in your dehydrator or onto a parchment paper or lined baking pan.
Dehydrator: turn the dehydrator to 135*F. allow the apples to dehydrate for 6-8 hours or until they are dried and as crisp as you want them to be.
Oven: preheat the oven to 200*F. bake the apple slices for 1 hour, then flip them and allow to bake for another 1 to 2 hours until the chips are no longer moist. flipping occasionally.
in a food processor, combine all ingredients and sweeten to taste. add enough nut butter/ tahini to bring the mixture together. for the mixture into desired shapes and dehydrate overnight or eat as is.