Dehydrated Bananas

Trying to pack for an overnight backpacking trip without any processed or packaged foods can be quite a challenge. Dehydrating food is perfect for camping, traveling, or just snacking as it is lightweight and doesn't need to be refrigerated. You can dehydrate almost anything--even full meals to reconstitute out in the wilderness. Try your hand at different fruits, vegetables, or meats. It's difficult to go wrong with dehydrating.. if they aren't done, just keep them in the dehydrator longer!

Bananas are one of my favorite things to dehydrate because they have a slightly chewy texture and a subtle sweetness. They can also be added to a bag of nuts and cocoa nibs for a satisfying trail mix!


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Dehydrated Bananas
Author: Amy MoffatPrep time: 5 minCook time: 8 hrsServings: about 3 cups


4 very ripe bananas


Thinly slice bananas and spread onto a dehydrator tray in a single layer.
Dehydrate at 135º F for about 8 hours, or more if you want them more crispy

*Alternatively, you can use your oven, propping the door open with a wooden spoon and setting it to the lowest setting. Make sure you keep an eye on the food and the appliance, however, as it is not safe to leave your oven unattended while using it.

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