I wasn’t sure how much I would use a dehydrator, so I first borrowed one from a friend. It turns out I had that thing running day in and day out, so I quickly purchased my own. I like the Excalibur (buy here) because the large square trays are easy to arrange any shaped food on, the trays remove to culture yogurt, and the temperature dial allows you to choose the temperature you want.
I wanted to share with you 20 different recipes you can do in a dehydrator. I’m sure you can think of others as well!
Apricot Coconut Cookies is our favorite summertime cookie recipe.
Easy 10-minute mushroom chips beautifully take on any flavor combination you can dream up, and are a simple grain-free chip alternative to scoop up your favorite dip.
Dehydrated strawberries are a favorite for everyone. Their bright color, sweet taste,a nd how it makes the entire house smell like strawberry fields as they dry makes this simple recipe a winner. See the recipe here.
Dehydrated Kiwi is nature’s sweet and sour gummy candy, cut into thick slices and then quartered, these are chewy and delicious!
No-Fry Butternut Squash Chips are GAPS friendly and perfect for scooping up delicious dip!
DIY Natural Shares How To Make Fruit Leathers! What Child wouldn’t love to have this in their lunchbox?
Green Veggie Powder from Nourished Kitchen makes use of the high quantities of greens that sometimes arrive in a CSA box.
Raw Coconut Wraps are a must-try from The Coconut Mama!
Real Food Forager preserves the deliciousness of summer tomatoes in her dehydrator.
Mama and Baby Love cultures her fruit before dehydrating into leathers to sneak in some probiotics into a sweet treat.
Small Footprint Family makes beautiful Coconut Yogurt in theirs.
Salmon Jerky? My Gutsy shows you how to make this protein rich snack!
Dried Pears are my favorite dried fruit, and they make use of all the pears that are ripe all at once! I can’t wait for pear season!
Homemade Mommy travels with bone broth by dehydrating it first!
Kitchen Stewardship shows you how to dehydrate all sorts of vegetables into salty crunchy snacks!
Crispy Almonds have been soaked in a salt brine and then dehydrated for easier digestion and they’re buttery delicious with just the right amount of salt as well!
Mommypotamus makes Raw Lemon Coconut Macaroons in her dehydrator!
Homemade Banana Chips at The Polivka Family are my favorite movie-watching snack!
Excalibur dehydrators are my favorite – their square shape is easy to store, and the removable trays make the dehydrator suitable for things like yogurt as well as dried fruits and veggies. Click below and read the reviews – I’m not the only one who loves their Excalibur!
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