Dehydrating Bananas

Banana chips anyone?

Dehydrating Fruit-14

My oldest son, who won’t eat store-bought banana chips, loves these.  In fact, they don’t stick around more than a day here.  Good thing they’re easy to make!

Here’s how:

Dehydrated Banana Chips

-Peel bananas and cut into slices about 1/4″ thick.

-To keep them from browning too badly, you can give them a quick dip in a bowl of water with lemon juice or ascorbic acid.  I’ve done this both ways and there’s not too much of a difference if you don’t!

-Using mesh drying screens on your dehydrator trays, place banana slices in the trays.

Dehydrating Bananas

-Dry at 135˚ for 8-10 hours.

They will feel dry and leathery to the touch but will still be flexible.  Let them cool before storing to keep them from sticking together while warm.

One Comment

  1. Hi Emily, I just dehydrated banana chips for the first time. I thought I had done something wrong because mine didn’t look at all like the store bought kind. They looked just like yours so I guess I did it right. Thanks!

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