Food DehydratingThe Process of Dehydrating Bananas Splits

The Process of Dehydrating Bananas Splits

The process of dehydrating Bananas splits is an easy way to create long term food storage to fill your kitchen pantry. This tutorial will walk you through how you can prepare and dry bananas divided into three splits. The guide is extremely easy to understand and takes you through this simple process with descriptive steps and pictures. The best part about dried banana splits is that they’re extremely easy to make and store.
The Process of Dehydrating Bananas Splits

You can make hundreds in a day, depending on the size of your oven or dehydrator and eat them for months or longer, if you freeze them. If you’ve never dried fruit before, don’t worry. You won’t need any special equipment for this tutorial and the drying process is actually very easy. However, it does take several hours, so the best time to do it might be overnight. If you spray the bananas with lemon juice they won’t turn dark.

For this tutorial, you will need the following materials:

– Bananas
– Knife
– Oven Racks or Dehydrator
– Storage containers

-Lemon Juice to spray the bananas with

That’s it! Once the banana splits have cooled, you can either start snacking or freeze them to use later.

You can always use a food dehydrator so you don’t have to multiple task. Cut into 3/8″ rounds for thin strips, or 1/4″ for thick strips. Lay the slices on the dehydrator trays in a single layer. Set the temperature to 135 degrees. Allow to dehydrate for 8-10 hours.

A good affordable food dehydrator is a Nesco American Harvest Food Dehydrator (Buy Here)

It’s extremely important for you to eat some sort of fruit every day. But, some of the hardest things about keeping your intake of fruit regular is what’s in demand, how much it costs, and eating it before it goes bad. Thankfully, this tutorial takes care of all those issues. For one, it deals with bananas, which are always available in huge amounts. And, bananas are also some of the cheapest fruit you can purchase right now. Finally, you won’t have to worry about these bananas going bad, because you’ll be drying them, which means they’ll be around indefinitely!

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Melissa Francis
Melissa Francis
Greetings! I'm Melissa Francis, the founder and primary contributor to The Homestead Survival. With over 20 years of experience in homesteading, sustainability, and emergency preparedness, I've dedicated my life to helping others achieve a simpler, more self-reliant lifestyle.

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