How to dehydrate foods and recipes.
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Love French's Onions on your green bean casserole? DIY a dehydrated caramelized onion that tastes SO much like it, and is SO much healthier! The step-by-step is easy, and the benefit of the powder you can make from it is amazing!!!
Dehydrated marshmallows make awesome gifts for Christmas! Learn how to dehydrate all kinds of marshmallows to give as sweet gifts or as an accompanianment to homemade hot cocoa mix! Grab the free recipe printables today and be ready for Christmas!
Drying food is easy, son, but storing it is harder. I could not resist! Actually, it's not, if you follow some basic guidelines, you can make your dehydrated food last years! Learn these simple steps and tricks to storing dehydrated foods in your pantry.
Dehydrating blueberries is really easy, and they make a fun "craisin" like snack. But elevating that to blueberry powder to use in flavoring muffins and oatmeal and yogurt and frosting, etc. is EPIC! Find out how with these step by step directions.
Did you know that you can dehydrate marshallows? Lucky Charms, peppermint, pumpkin spice , and even PEEPS! Yes, you can dehydrate them all as fun treats for your kids or just for the heck of it! Dehydrated marshmallows are a great way to have a little fun with your kids in the kitchen - and a taste sweet treat, too!
Homemade fruit leather is an easy way to give your family a healthy snack, and even sneak in some veggies too! Find out how to make this delicious fruit leather with a bunch of zucchini and just a few strawberries! This strawberry zucchini fruit leather recipe is easy and makes a great snack without the packaging from store bought fruit roll ups. You can make it in a dehydrator or in the oven. Check out how easy it can be! #Recipes #FromScratchRecipes #Dehydrator #FruitLeather #AModernHomestead