15 Best Fruits To Dehydrate At Home Using A Food Dehydrator - The Easy Way. (2023)

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Dehydrated fruits are nutritious and healthy although they lose a few of their nutrients. They can be eaten alone as snacks used as salad toppings or used in various dishes.

Perhaps what most of us don’t know is that virtually all fruits can be dehydrated for future use. But let’s see what are the best fruits to dehydrate (see our food dehydrators reviews) and how to pick the right ones for the perfect dehydrated fruit snacks.

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Best Fruits To Dehydrate

Here is a list of the best fruits to dehydrate for snacks, fruits that are in season for use when they are out! When the flood gates of fruits open, dehydrating a good amount of every type gives you a ready supply that will see you through to the next season.

1. Cranberries

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Drying at temperature between 125℉ and 135℉, they take between 10-12 hours to be ready. Their tough skins make their dehydration a demanding task.

So, cranberries need close monitoring during dehydration as over-drying them can leave you with an awful end product just like under-drying them.

How To Dehydrate Cranberries In A Dehydrator

  • Purchase fresh cranberries that you need to dehydrate immediately. This is because their spoilage begins the moment they have been picked.
  • Rinse them thoroughly in running water and place them in a pot.
  • In a separate pot, heat water to boil. The water should be enough just to cover the berries.
  • Pour the boiling water over the cranberries and let them sit for 5-10 minutes or until their skin ruptures (don’t cook).
  • Drain the berries.
  • Sprinkle sugar on the cranberries to help absorb as much water from them as possible. A quarter cup is enough for a 12oz bag.
  • Spread the cranberries on your dehydrator’s tray evenly.
  • Turn the heat ON to around 140℉. The dehydration process should take 12-24 hours. The end product should be dry to the touch and chewy.

2. Apricots

Apricots make lovely snacks when dehydrated. As per the rule of the thumb, you need to buy them when they are fully ripe.

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If they are firm, placing them near the window in a paper bag will help in softening them a bit. Click here for a guide on how to dry apricots in a dehydrator.

3. Peaches

Peaches are among the easiest fruits to rehydrate in case you prefer rehydration before consumption.

Avoid firm peaches as they may not be fully ripe. Ripe peaches are a bit soft when squeezed and have an attractive color.

The ideal temperature for dehydration for them is 145℉ during the first 2 hours and later 135℉ for the remaining hours of the 8-12 hours recommended for drying them.

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4. Apples

They are some of the most widely dehydrated fruits thanks to their popularity and availability. However, not all apples will give you the desired results when dehydrated. You need to choose wisely the appropriate one from the wide pool of varieties depending on what you prefer.

For instance, the dehydrated chips from the Gala variety are too sugary and might not be ideal for snacking while the Macoun variety can be used both for snacking and also as an ingredient in recipes. Apples are dry well at 135℉ and take 8-12 hours. You can get all the information about best apples to dehydrate here.

5. Tomatoes

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Tomatoes are wonderfully multipurpose. If they didn’t find their way to a sandwich, then you should consider drying them for later use in a variety of foods including pasta and chili.

The good thing here is that virtually all tomatoes can be dehydrated. The chips can also be ground into powder and form terrific ingredients for preparing tomato puree.

How To Dehydrate Tomatoes:

  • Cut them into a half-inch slices (avoid cutting them too small as they tend to turn black when dried). You could remove or leave the seeds. It’s optional.
  • Place them on the trays- don’t place the slices on top of each other as they might stick and tear.
  • Dry them at 1350F for 8-10 hours. When cooked, the tomato slices should peel from the trays easily. They should also flatten into flakes.

6. Pineapples

Anyone who has munched a dehydrated pineapple will tell you that it tastes magical. Although you’ll still lose a considerable amount of its nutrients, you’ll still be left with a load of vitamins and sugars that will give you a perfect pick-me-up on your hikes.

For those who live far from the tropics, drying is with no doubts the only way to have a ready supply all read round.

Pineapples dry at 125℉ and 135℉ and will take 12-16 hours. You might want to turn them every 8 hours for even drying.

7. Pears

Another one of the best fruits for dehydrating, a pear makes adds a tasteful touch when added to compotes or sprinkled on salads.

Ideal pears for dehydration should be ripe but not too soft.

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How To Dehydrate Pears:

  • Peel, core, and slice each fruit into ½-inch slices.
  • Put the slices in a bowl of acidulated water (water plus a spoonful of lemon juice or vinegar) to prevent browning.
  • Drain the slices in a colander and bloat them with a paper towel.
  • Lay them on your dehydrator trays making sure to leave space between them for proper air circulation.
  • Dehydrate them at 130℉-140℉ for 8-10 hours.

8. Kiwi

Can’t feed all the kiwi fruits in your kitchen to your family before they go bad? Well, you’ll be surprised that they are still as healthy and full of nutrient even when dried. Kiwi is dense in minerals and fibers and it’s also a reliable source of quick energy.

How To Dehydrate Kiwis:

  • Wash the fruits in running water.
  • Trim the brown peel on the outer edge.
  • Cut into ½-1/4 inch sizes (don’t go so thin).
  • Arrange the slices on single layers in your dehydrator trays.
  • Dry them at 135℉. Kiwi takes anywhere between 8 and 12 hours to dry completely.

9. Strawberries

As their heart-shaped silhouette depicts, strawberries are a fat-free, cholesterol-free, sodium-free, and low-calorie food.

These fruits also pack lots of vitamins (mostly vitamin C) and antioxidants and are said to put certain ailments including cancer and heart attacks at bay.

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When dried, these potent packages can go on cereal, baked foods, and in a mix of other dried fruits.

Strawberries are among the easiest fruits to dehydrate as they don’t require pretreatment to produce desired results.

How To Dehydrate Strawberries:

  • Wash and drain them in a colander. Give them a few minutes to dry.
  • Slice off the hull and discard or compost.
  • Slice them from crosswise aiming at getting thin slices (1/4 to 1/8 inch is preferable).
  • Arrange them on the dehydrator’s trays leaving at least ¼’’ space between the slices.
  • Dry them at 135℉ for 8-10 hours or till they are dry to the touch.
  • Cool for around 30 minutes and store in your glass jars.

10. Bananas

Rich in potassium and fiber, banana chips (fried or dehydrated banana slices) can form a really good part of your healthy-eating regimen.

As most experts will tell, this snack is better made at home.

When selecting the best bananas to dehydrate, it’s advisable to go for those that have brown speckles on their peels. Avoid over-ripe bananas that have black streaks on their peels.

Note that bananas require pre-treatment before dehydration to stop them from turning brown during the process.

They dehydrate at between 8 and 12 hours at 135℉.

Learn how to dehydrate bananas here.

11. Mango

A true tropical delight, mangoes are a rich source of vitamin A that promotes eye health and minimizes macular degeneration. These fruits also offer loads of soluble fibers that help in keeping your blood sugar levels in check.

When dried, mangoes make really good treats and can either be eaten as a snack or used to make a delicious dessert.

How To Dehydrate Mango

  • Collect firm and ripe mangoes- while the idea is to get ripe fruits don’t consider mangoes that are too soft. On the same note, remember that selecting ripe mangoes for dehydration might not be as simple as just looking at their colors. Some varieties don’t change from green when ripe. The best mango for dehydration should have a slight give when squeezed.
  • Wash and peel off the entire skin.
  • Cut the fruit into ¼ inch slices. You could go thicker if you like them chewy. But remember that thicker slices take longer to dry.
  • Place the slices on the trays and dehydrate at 145℉ during the first two hours of the 8-12 recommended hours for drying them and later set the temperature to 135℉.
  • After the drying process, let them cool for 10 minutes before storing them in an air-tight container.

12. Oranges

Dried oranges sound weird at first. But this is one of the sure-fire ways of preserving their natural taste. When dried, oranges slices add a fun flavor in tea and cold drinks. You could munch them as sweet, chewy snacks or spice up your muffins, breads, sauces, and salads.

Simply put, you have no reason to let the oranges go sour when the season comes.

How To Dehydrate Oranges:

  • Pick ripe and firm oranges.
  • Pre-heat your dehydrator at 120-130℉.
  • Meanwhile, wash the oranges and dry them.
  • Using a knife, make thin slices around ¼ inch thick. You can either peel or opt to dry the orange with the skin together.
  • Place the orange slices on the trays and let them dry for 15-24 hours.
  • Cool the dehydrated slices and store in an airtight bag or container.

13. Blueberries

These little North American fruits are known as a powerhouse for vitamin C, and K, manganese, fiber and high levels of antioxidants.

These die-hard fruits are amazingly easy to work with if you prefer to dry them. The good thing about them is that they don’t require hulling, pitting, or coring.

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When dehydrated, blueberries form crunchy and sweet snacks. They can be a part of ingredients in a couple of dishes if rehydrated and warmed.

How Do You Dehydrate Blueberries?

  • Bring a pot of water to boil.
  • Wash the blueberries and plunge them in the boiling water for 25-30 seconds or until their skin starts to crack.
  • Drain the blueberries using a colander or pick them up using a slotted spoon (this process should be fast).
  • Plunge them in another bowl of icy water immediately (this stops the cooking process).
  • Drain and dry them completely.
  • Place them on the trays evenly and dehydrate at 135oF for between 12-20 hours.
  • Cool and store in dry jars.

14. Grapes

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From a nutritional value point of view, grapes are hands down one of the best fruits for dehydrating. Nutritionists say that grapes are packed with antioxidants that could help in preventing cancer, heart attacks, blood pressure, constipation, and diabetes among others.

Mind you, these cute fruits are not great when eaten fresh, they also make snacking easy both at home and in dense outdoors.

If you love raisins (who doesn’t!), then you know what I mean.

How To Dehydrate Grapes:

  • Wash and rinse the grapes.
  • Cut them in half.
  • Place them on your dehydrator sheets. The cut side should look up to keep the juice from dripping to the trays below.
  • Dehydrate them at between 125℉ and 135℉ for 6-10 hours.

15. Cherries

Cherries, sweet or sour, burst with nutrition. These fruits have lots of health-promoting compounds and antioxidants. Besides having it fresh from the trees, you could also have it in baked products or dehydrated.

In their dried form, cherries can be eaten as a snack, as a salad topping and even in compotes.

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Here’s How To Dehydrate Cherries In A Dehydrator:

  • Wash them.
  • Pick and pit- this will definitely be the hardest part if you don’t have a cherry pitter. So you could use some help from your kids.
  • Decide whether to cut them in half or dehydrate them whole. This depends with how you intend to use them. If you’ll be snacking on them, then dehydrating them whole might be the best idea. If you plan to use them in muffins and granola, cutting them in half sounds like a cool idea.
  • Load the cherries onto your trays. Similar to grapes, you’ll want to place the side cherries side-cut up. Otherwise, they might stick to the screen when lifting.
  • Dehydrate at between 125℉ and 135℉. They might take 13-21 hours to dry.

Selecting The Best Fruits For Dehydration

The end products of proper fruit dehydration are either crispy fruit chips or chewy fruit leather. Leathery dried fruits can be bent and torn while crispy ones can be snapped. Actually, this is one of the advantages of dehydrating fruits over freeze-drying. Dehydration allows you to choose what suits you best.

When selecting the best fruits for dehydration, there are a few factors that you should always keep in mind so as to achieve the desired results.

First, select only ripe and firm fruits for best results. The fruits have to be mature. Mature and firm fruits have the highest sugar content and nutritional level. Again, fruits with a firm texture dry faster.

Overripe fruits aren’t ideal for dehydration just like the bruised ones.

Second, go for sizeable, juicy fruits. These always give fantastic results. Actually, the moisture content of the fruit determines your final yield.

In addition, it is advisable to always grab the opportunity and go for in-season fruits.

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Third, select the right equipment. Learn the difference between a dehydrator, microwave, air fryer, oven and smoker.

Conclusion

Dehydration is one of the best methods of preserving food is no longer a matter to be argued about. You can even do it without a food dehydrator.

When dehydrating fruits, it’s good that you use them when they are at their best. For fruits that brown when left in the open, dipping them in a mixture of water and lemon juice might help.

Lastly, remember that home-made fruit chips and chewy don’t have preservatives. Thus, you’ll want to ensure that your stash is properly sealed for long-term use.

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Eric is the owner, author, content director and founder of dehydratorlab.com. He is the lead architect and the main man in matters concerning dehydrators, their accessories, guides, reviews and all the accompaniments.Whenever he is not figuring out simple solutions (hacks) involving cookery and their eventual storage, you will find him testing out the different types of dehydrators, to bring us the juicy details regarding these devices.He is a foodie enthusiast, pasionate about making jerky has a knack for healthy and tasty food and won't hesitate to share out any ideas that might be of value around this subject.

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FAQs

What are some good fruits to dehydrate? ›

Some fruits and vegetables suitable for drying include apples, pears, peaches, plums, apricots, bananas, cantaloupe, strawberries, blueberries, carrots, celery, corn, green beans, potatoes, and tomatoes. Fruits can also be dried as fruit leathers and rolls.

What is the fastest thing to dehydrate? ›

Dehydrating herbs

Herbs are one of the easiest and quickest foods to dry. There's little preparation and they store for a long time without losing their flavor.

What do you soak fruit in before dehydrating? ›

Pretreat fruit pieces by dipping in an ascorbic acid, citric acid, lemon juice or sodium metabisulfite solution. When dry, allow fruit to condition for four to 10 days before packaging for storage. Package dried fruits in tightly sealed containers and store in a cool, dry place.

What's the most hydrating fruit? ›

Water content: 90% and up

That's right, clocking in at more than 94% water content, tomatoes are officially the most hydrating fruit you can put into your body, which works out great in the summertime, as tomatoes end up in salads, atop burgers, and even eaten fresh with a drizzle of olive oil.

How long is dehydrated fruit good for? ›

Recommended storage times for dried foods range from 4 months to 1 year. Because food quality is affected by heat, the storage temperature helps determine the length of storage; the higher the temperature, the shorter the storage time. Most dried fruits can be stored for 1 year at 60ºF, 6 months at 80ºF.

What foods can you not dehydrate? ›

Foods that don't dehydrate well include:
  • Avocados.
  • Olives.
  • Fatty Meats.
  • Dairy, Such as milk, butter, cheese due to the high risk of food poisoning.
  • Nuts.
  • Peanut Butter.
  • Sodas.
  • Juices.

Is dehydrated fruit healthy? ›

Dried fruit is highly nutritious. One piece of dried fruit contains about the same amount of nutrients as the fresh fruit, but condensed in a much smaller package. By weight, dried fruit contains up to 3.5 times the fiber, vitamins and minerals of fresh fruit.

What is the best dehydrated foods? ›

Best foods to dehydrate
  • Fruits: apples, bananas, apricots, cherries, grapes, mangos, peaches.
  • Vegetables: carrots, beets, broccoli, cabbage, mushrooms, eggplant, zucchini.
  • Lean meats: beef, chicken, fish, jerky.
  • Sauces and syrups: jam, pizza sauce, maple syrup, spaghetti sauce, barbecue sauce, molasses.
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Does dehydrated food lose nutrients? ›

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The nutritive value of food is affected by the dehydration process. Vitamins A and C are destroyed by heat and air. Using a sulfite treatment prevents the loss of some vitamins but causes the destruction of thiamin.

What can I put in a food dehydrator? ›

You can dehydrate just about anything, including meat (beef, salmon, or turkey jerky), vegetables (beet chips, kale chips, or sun-dried tomatoes) and fruit (banana chips, apple chips, or fruit leather). You can even use your dehydrator to make dog biscuits and other pet treats that will be a big hit with furry friends.

Do you add sugar when dehydrating fruit? ›

Syrup blanching fruit is a common pre-treatment of certain fruits before dehydration. The added sugar helps to sweeten tart fruit and acts as a good preservative.

How do you keep fruit from turning brown in a dehydrator? ›

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Can you dehydrate different fruits together? ›

Can I Dehydrate Different Fruits at the Same Time? You bet. Since fruits don't have much of a permeating odor, feel free to put many different fruits together in your food dehydrator. If it's new to you, this is a great way to try a variety to see what your family likes.

What hydrates better than water? ›

Research shows that milk is one of the best beverages for hydration, even better than water or sports drinks. Researchers credit milk's natural electrolytes, carbohydrates, and protein for its effectiveness.

Which fruit will reduce belly fat? ›

Apple. Fresh and crunchy apples are packed with healthy flavonoids and fibres that may help burn belly fat. They are particularly rich in pectin fibre that breaks down slowly. The fibres present in apple promote satiety.

What fruit burns belly fat while you sleep? ›

Resveratrol is a naturally occurring compound found in red grapes, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, and apples. Resveratrol is but one of a number of antioxidants produced in these fruits. These compounds enhance the oxidation of beige fat and burn off the excess as body heat.

What are the 5 foods that burn belly fat? ›

7 Foods that Burn Belly Fat
  • Beans. “Becoming a bean lover can help you lose weight and whittle your middle,” registered dietitian Cynthia Sass told Today. ...
  • Swap your beef for salmon. ...
  • Yogurt. ...
  • Red bell peppers. ...
  • Broccoli. ...
  • Edamame. ...
  • Diluted vinegar.

Can dried fruit get moldy? ›

Dried fruits are not perishable but can support mold growth, some of which can produce mycotoxins.

How do you know when dehydrated fruit is done? ›

Fruit is done dehydrating when it becomes leathery and is no longer sticky. Cut a few pieces in half and squeeze them – you shouldn't be able to squeeze out any moisture.

Do you have to peel apples before dehydrating? ›

Dried apple skins can be slightly harder than the actual apple, so if you want your apples to have just one texture, peel the apples before dehydrating them. Some people do not prefer the look of apple skins on apple chips. If that is you, go ahead and peel away, as well.

Can I dehydrate peanut butter? ›

Fat doesn't dry out so, if you try to dehydrate peanut butter, the fats will start to oxidize and go rancid. Hack: If you want to dry peanut butter, you'll need to add a starch like maltodextrin to it. This will bind to the fats, dry them out, and turn the peanut butter into a powder.

Can you dehydrate bread? ›

Place slices of bread on the dehydrator trays. Dehydrate @ 125°F (52°C) for approximately four hours. There should be no sponginess left in the bread or it might spoil later. When the bread is dry, it will break easily by hand into large crumbs for use as a chili topping or in dessert recipes.

Can I dehydrate honey? ›

Dehydrating honey ensures an indefinite shelf life, regardless of where it is stored. A dehydrator takes the moisture out of honey and ensures there will be no discoloration or crystallization. Dehydration also prevents yeast from growing on the honey, which can spoil the sweet taste.

Which dry fruit should we eat daily? ›

Health experts recommend eating dry fruits like apricots, walnuts and pistachios to stay healthy.

Which is the healthiest dried fruit? ›

Dates are one serious candidate for the title of healthiest dried fruit, with high levels of iron, fiber, potassium, antioxidants, and more. Dates also have a low glycemic index, so they do not typically contribute to a spike in blood sugar.

Which dry fruit is good for heart? ›

For example, walnuts contain high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids. Almonds, macadamia nuts, hazelnuts and pecans also appear to be quite heart healthy.

How long do dehydrated fruits last? ›

Recommended storage times for dried foods range from 4 months to 1 year. Because food quality is affected by heat, the storage temperature helps determine the length of storage; the higher the temperature, the shorter the storage time. Most dried fruits can be stored for 1 year at 60ºF, 6 months at 80ºF.

Is dehydrated fruit healthy? ›

Dried fruit is highly nutritious. One piece of dried fruit contains about the same amount of nutrients as the fresh fruit, but condensed in a much smaller package. By weight, dried fruit contains up to 3.5 times the fiber, vitamins and minerals of fresh fruit.

How do you dry fruit quickly? ›

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Is dehydrated fruit better for you? ›

Dried fruits also contain more fiber and more of the antioxidants called phenols than fresh fruit, per ounce. Fiber fights heart disease, obesity, and some types of cancer (although its possible protective effect against colon cancer is controversial).

Can dried fruit get moldy? ›

Dried fruits are not perishable but can support mold growth, some of which can produce mycotoxins.

What foods can you not dehydrate? ›

Foods that don't dehydrate well include:
  • Avocados.
  • Olives.
  • Fatty Meats.
  • Dairy, Such as milk, butter, cheese due to the high risk of food poisoning.
  • Nuts.
  • Peanut Butter.
  • Sodas.
  • Juices.

How do you know when dehydrated fruit is done? ›

Fruit is done dehydrating when it becomes leathery and is no longer sticky. Cut a few pieces in half and squeeze them – you shouldn't be able to squeeze out any moisture.

Which dry fruit should we eat daily? ›

Health experts recommend eating dry fruits like apricots, walnuts and pistachios to stay healthy.

Which is the healthiest dried fruit? ›

Dates are one serious candidate for the title of healthiest dried fruit, with high levels of iron, fiber, potassium, antioxidants, and more. Dates also have a low glycemic index, so they do not typically contribute to a spike in blood sugar.

What temperature should I dehydrate fruit at? ›

Set the temperature between 125°F and 140°F. Dehydrating at 125°F will result in a more evenly dehydrated end product, while setting the temp to 140°F will make everything go a bit faster.

How do you sweeten dehydrated fruit? ›

Dipping fruit slices in honey before dehydration serves to both better preserve the fruit by increasing sugar concentration of the final product, and also adds a nice kick of sugary deliciousness. Beware that honey-dipping your fruit will turn it into a high-calorie food.

How do you make dehydrated fruit chewy? ›

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Which dry fruit is good for heart? ›

For example, walnuts contain high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids. Almonds, macadamia nuts, hazelnuts and pecans also appear to be quite heart healthy.

Do you lose nutrients when dehydrating food? ›

The nutritive value of food is affected by the dehydration process. Vitamins A and C are destroyed by heat and air.

Which dry fruit is good for skin? ›

These under-rated nutritious snacks deserve our attention; from almonds to walnuts, pistachios and cashews, all of them have something special to offer for your skin. These nuts are packed with healthy vitamins and minerals like copper, zinc, vitamin A, C and E among others that aid in a glowing, smoother looking skin.

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