Use a Food Dehydrator to make Strawberry Coconut Crackers!

Food dehydrators are versatile and can make an amazing variety of delicious goods! In this video, we will show you how to make delicious crackers in your food dehydrator!

RECIPE:
Strawberry-Coconut Crackers
Makes 25 (2-inch) square crackers

1 cup hulled ripe strawberries
1/2 cup shredded fresh coconut or unsweetened flaked coconut
1/2 cup coconut juice or water
2 tablespoons lemon juice

1. Preheat the dehydrator to 125°F. Set a drying sheet on a dehydrator tray.
2. Place the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
3. Pour the cracker mixture onto the drying sheet. Pick up the dehydrator tray and slap on the counter a couple times to level it. Spread the mixture into a 10-inch square on the drying sheet, smoothing the surface with a rubber spatula and using a straight edge to get nice edges. Dehydrate for 6 hours.
4. Remove the tray from the dehydrator and use a pizza wheel or straight edge to cut the square into 2-inch square crackers. Place the tray back in the dehydrator for another 6 hours. When the crackers have completely cooled, snap them apart along the perforated lines.

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**** ITEMS WE RECOMMEND ****
Excalibur Dehydrator: https://bit.ly/DehydratorExcalibur
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Vacuum Bags: https://bit.ly/VacuumSealerBags

For high-volume dehydration and storage, we recommend the 9-tray Excalibur dehydrator and a heavy-duty vacuum sealer with dual motors. For low- or moderate-volume dehydration, we recommend 6- or 9-tray Excalibur, and any vacuum sealer, with high-quality vacuum bags.

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23 comments

  • MilkCap

    That looks good! How long was the dehydration?

  • TheDenisedrake

    YEAH!  Congratulations on your book.  Looking forward to getting it.

  • katzcradul

    You’re amazing. What a fabulous recipe!

  • sha whit

    Wow, great video! so glad to see you. You look so good.

  • callmecordelia1

    Wow, interesting! I can’t wait to try that. I pre-ordered your book a couple of days ago. Looking forward to getting it! 🙂

  • Nancy E

    They both look so delicious! I just don’t think I can wait another month for the cookbook!!!!! 🙂

    • Michigansnowpony

      I am thinking the same thing . . . Can’t wait to get my hands on that cookbook!

    • Nancy E

      Oh no……….. Renee, are you another instant gratification person coming out!! LOL I ordered the cook book like most of us, the day it hit the Preorder on Amazon. So, it feels like a CENTURY by now!

  • Michigansnowpony

    I’m so happy to see the Diva of Dehydrating (as you are known in our house) publishing on youtube again.  : )   Love ya Tammy!

  • Tina's Delightful Creations

    I just placed my order for your  book along with my very own Excalibur dehydrator! I have an American Harvest which just had the motor replaced and it gets so hot (167′) it is burning the top trays while leaving the bottom ones unevenly  dried. Now I find I have to rotate trays, I never had that problem with the original one.  My husband finally gave in and bought me the Excalibur.  I am so excited I can’t wait for it to arrive. Now if I can only get him to build me the storage shelving like you have. Hope we see you on here more often Tammy as you do an amazing job sharing your knowledge.   

  • Sheila6325

    I already have your book on order, and this “Yummy” looks so good. Thank you!
    Tammy, it really is good to see that your ok, and you look wonderful too.
    Love Strawberries and Coconut. mmmmm

  • Victorias Crafty Room

    Welcome back to you tube!! Thanks for plunging me into the great world of dehydrating about 3 yrs ago… Looking forward to many more videos!!

  • Lyn Toll

    My dehydrator has circular trays with a hole in the middle, but if I use parchment paper and just drop a tsp of the liquid, it should be fine! LOL As I’ve been doing Whole 30 for the last month, I’m really looking forward to trying these as an unsweetened compliant food!!!! 🙂

  • Cindy Trowbridge

    So glad you are back!

  • Sheila6325

    I JUST GOT MY DEHYDRATOR COOKBOOK NOT ONE MINUTE AGO!!!!!!!
    I HAD TO COME IN AND TELL YOU RIGHT AWAY!!
    I GOTTA GO, HAVE TO READ IT RIGHT NOW. LOLOLOL
    Can you tell I’m excited? LOLOLOL

  • Erin F

    looks like you used coconut water not coconut milk. Coconut milk is thick and opaque white and not as sweet, and comes from mature coconuts. Coconut water is sweet and thin and translucent and comes from young coconuts. Which did you mean for the recipe? Im assuming coconut water. Looks so good id love to try.

  • LeighAnn Napier

    I have a copy that should arrive any day! along with the Excalibur dehydrator! I can’t wait!

  • brain feed

    Hi another great vid,I have just bought my self a 10 tray dehydrator and it recommends after the food has dried out remove and place in a air cooled place for a week be for bagging up or jarring,is this necessary or can I just bag up once the dried food has cooled down?

  • Barbara Hogan

    I’m going to love your videos.

  • Valerie Anderson

    Thanks for your recipe I hope I can try it sometime. when i get a dehydrator. just one thing. the clear liquid is the coconut water, and the coconut milk looks just like milk – its the flesh grounded with water in the blender and passed through a strainer.

  • Legolina Greenleaf

    I have just bought the book and must say this book is clearly written by someone who has actually done dehydration cos so much on web tells you to coat kale in oil then dehydrate wots that about? How does water escape if its coated in a substance that helps prevent moisture escaping this book tells you not to put oil on kale totally logical! Book is very informative with a lot of tips

  • Thanuri Gunawardhane

    What about shelflife ?

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