Dehydrated Fruit Powders To Flavor So Many Foods Tutorial shows you how to finely grind dried sticky fruit into a fine dry powder. Although you can buy fruit powder online, it’s easy to make fruit powder at home to preserve whatever fruit is in season. This is another way to have stable food storage without the dependancy of electricity.
With dehydrated fruit powder, it can be used on many foods to add flavor. It can be topped on muffins and cakes, mixed in with smoothies, added onto cereal and oatmeal, fruity spiced meat rub, homemade kool-aid, iced or hot teas, delicious fruit sprinkles for a topping in baked goods and make any flavor of buttercream frosting. Making it is quite easy.
All you need is dried fruit, a teaspoon of arrowroot powder, and a high-powered blender.
A lot of dehydrated fruits are sticky because of the sugar in it, so make sure it’s really dry. Put the fruit and arrowroot powder in the blender, start at low speed and slowly raise it up to high and continue until you see a fined powder being formed. Clumps of fruit should not be there when the blending ends. Pour the fruit powder in an airtight glass jar.
How do you use fruit powder? If you want a fruity yogurt, mix 1/4 cup of your favorite fruit with a half-cup of Greek yogurt and add a little bit of sweetener to it.
To make Strawberry frosting, beat 7 tablespoons to 4 cups of powdered sugar as well as a stick of unsalted butter. In the process, put 2 tablespoons each of water and lemon juice to keep the cream hydrated so it can be fluffy.
You can add some fruit powder to chocolate too. Melt the chocolate, stir in the powder, and add nuts or coat cherries to top it. Both the color and flavor will get stronger in a few hours.
Fruit powder makes a difference with some foods we eat.
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