I love using my dehydrator, it’s a super easy way to make healthy snack preserving their nutrients since no high temperatures are used. It’s so easy, cut and seasoned if desired, place in dehydrator and forget about it! I am still using my old dehydrator but I have my eye set on this one.
These super appliances can go beyond making fruit leather, you can make yogurt, sprouted flours, and dehydrate nuts and seeds to name a few.
I have collected a few great recipes to inspire you and get you started. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!
3- Spiced Banana chips
If you want a little more spice, this recipe by Healthy Roots, Happy Soul would be perfect. I love that for most of these recipes you can get the little ones involved!
6- Cinnamon Coconut Chips
Besides being awesome, this chips are perfect for those on the GAPS diet, My Gutsy shows you hot to make many combinations for spices, chili lime, anyone?
Jerky is something I haven’t tried yet, but something I’ really want to do. I’ve booked marked this recipe for future reference. These can be perfect for treats for your furry friends too (don’t forget to omit salt if giving them to your pets).
8- Spicy cheese Kale Chips
Now here is a sure way to bring your kale chips to the next level.
9- Lemon- Pepper Potato Chips
What I love about this recipe is that for potato chip lovers (like me) this is a great way to make potato chips at home and without all the unhealthy oils.
By soaking and dehydrating nuts and seeds you are removing the anti-nutrients in them, yet preserving the good stuff.
This year I grew for the first time many different herbs and I found this article on growing and using a dehydrator for drying herbs very helpful.
So simple, so easy, and so healthy. This can be done with garlic or any other root as well.
Here is an article for getting the most out of your dehydrator.
Whether you have a top of the line of more economical version, I hope these recipes get you inspired and you get great use from your dehydrator! Will you share below a favorite dehydrator recipe you have?