Dehydrating Food Recipes

By Marjorie J McDonald

Follow these 5 best dehydrator recipes for fruit that you can make in the comfort of your house and you will have nutritious goodies for yourself and your folks.

Fruit Rollups also often labeled Fruit Leathers

You can choose almost any sort of fruit. Puree the fruit and add lemon juice, honey, cinnamon or nutmeg. Pour out the mix on the dehydrator tray and dry the mixture for 8-20 hours depending on the liquid content in the fruit. At 1400C. Take off the dehydrated mixture, tear into strips or squares and roll them.

Banana Chips

This permits you to use your ripened bananas and prevent them from further spoiling. Cut the bananas into 1/4 " thick slices and soak them in lemon juice. Dehydrate the fruit at 1500C for 24 hours prior to getting them out of the machine.


Do you like raisins? If you do, then you can make them yourself. Visit the produce section at your fave market and see what you may use to form a spread of raisins or crasins.

It is easy to get a variety or flavours by selecting cranberries, blueberries, red grapes, green grapes, concord grapes or the dark purple grapes.

Just put the grapes or berries on a tray inside your dehydrator to evaporate the juice.

Dried Peaches or Apricots

Dried peaches or apricots are very sweet. You can begin by peeling them, removing the pit, cutting them in half and then preparing them by slicing them. Dry them under 1350C for 20 hours so they become dehydrated.

Trail Mix

For a delectable yet healthful snacks for breaks, why don't you try trail mixtures? Just put together a choice of coconut, various nuts, apple chips and banana chips.

Don't forget to fully clean and dry your food dehydrator whenyou finish using the unit as this could preserve it for a longer extended period of time and you must buy dehydrator trays lessoften.

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