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How To Dehydrate Apples With A Food Dehydrator

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  • Author: Mavis Butterfield



68 large apples {I like to use Fuji or Braeburn}
2 tablespoons lemon juice
6 cups water


Peel, core and slice apples about 1/4 inch thick.

Soak in a solution of lemon juice and water to help prevent browning.

Remove apples from liquid and place on trays.

Dehydrate according to the manufactures directions on your food dehydrator {it takes about 6 hours at 135 degrees in my food dehydrator}.

When apples are finished dehydrating, let them set out out for about 30 minutes before bagging them up.


Have you made dehydrated apples before?  How long does a batch last in your house?

Here are a few links if you are interested in dehydrating:

Mary Bell’s Complete Dehydrator Cookbook $12.71 {}
Apple And Potato Peeler, Corer, and Slicer
$12.99  {}
Nesco American Harvest 400 Watt Food Dehydrator
$34.09 shipped {}