Dehydrating Bananas
-- great for healthy snacking!


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Dehydrating Bananas

Dehydrating bananas is quick and makes great banana chips for on-the-go munching. When re-hydrated: voila! banana pudding! It's a great way to use up bananas as we all know they tend to turn brown so fast! But for those bananas that are "too far gone", consider using them in smoothies - the riper, the better!

Bananas are a good source of vitamin A, Choline, vitamin C, vitamin K with trace amounts of Niacin, vitamin B6, Pantothenic Acid, Riboflavin, Betaine, and Thiamin

Minerally speaking, bananas are loaded with Potassium, followed by Magnesium, Phosphorus, Calcium. There's trace amounts of Fluoride, Selenium, Manganese, Iron, Zinc and Copper.

Bananas contain Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids too.

And best of all: Bananas are super-easy to dehydrate!

OK, off we go to grab a bunch, or two - and when you're ready, make sure to chill your bananas first, as that makes them much easier to slice without them going all mushy!

~ Dehydrating Bananas ~

  1. First, prepare your bananas by unzipping them and slicing evenly. Not too thick and not too thin. Don't forget, you can slice your bananas lengthwise too - so you can wrap it around dates and other fruits! Use your knife and a chopping board, or use a mandoline. TIP: Chill bananas a short while first for easier slicing – less mushiness!
  2. Grab a bowl and generously spray the banana slices with lemon juice, tossing gently to make sure they are evenly coated. TIP: Use a pump-top from a new unused spray bottle, pick one that fits your lemon juice bottle, look for one that has a long enough plastic tube that will reach to the bottom of your lemon juice bottle.
  3. Arrange the sliced bananas on your dehydrator trays, making sure they don't overlap.
  4. Turn on your dehydrator and set the temperature between 125°F and 135°F (or per your food dehydrator's instructions).
  • Dried bananas will feel leathery when fully dried.
  • Drying time: between 6-12 hours.
  • Please remember to rotate your trays, for even drying.

Bananas are great any way you slice 'em,
but dehydrated bananas are fantastic in granola,
banana bread, pudding, cookies... and baby food!





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