How to Dehydrate Raspberries!

Food dehydration is an effective and fun way to reduce waste, save money, go green, and practice preparedness! Dehydrated food lasts for years when stored properly, is lightweight, and doesn't require electricity to preserve. In this video, you will learn how to dehydrate raspberries!

Dehydrated raspberries make a great on-the-go snack and can be stored for years if vacuum packed, and up to a year in a mason jar. Never throw out spoiled fruit again!

These treats are great to eat “as is” for a tasty on-the-go snack. Everyone loves these! Or, put them in yogurt, cereal, and more!

They will last many years if stored properly. Store in a jar with an oxygen pack, or vacuum-sealed bag. Keep out of direct sunlight.

INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Lightly rinse but do not soak in water.
2. Allow to dry on a paper towel for a few minutes.
3. Line your dehydrator tray with the pointed ends facing up.
4. Dehydrate at 125 degrees Fahrenheit for 18-20 hours.
5. Store in a Mason jar with an oxygen pack or seal in a vacuum and Mylar bag for later use in recipes, or eat as is!

DRYNESS CHECK:
A properly dehydrated raspberry will feel dry and not sticky to the touch. They will be lightweight and easily crunch and crumble between your fingers. If yours do not feel this way, just put them back in the dehydrator for a few more hours!

OTHER TIPS:
Starting with a fresher raspberry will yield a more attractive product than if your raspberry is older before dehydrating. Both products are great to eat, but the visual appeal is better with fresh raspberries.

We love to help you dehydrate, store, and build your pantries! Here are some things we think will help you!

**** ITEMS WE RECOMMEND ****
Excalibur Dehydrator: https://bit.ly/DehydratorExcalibur
Vacuum Sealer: https://bit.ly/VacSealerMachines
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.

**** BOOKS ****
Please pick up our original books, "The Ultimate Dehydrator Cookbook," and "Quick and Easy Meals in a Bag" (https://bit.ly/D2SBooks). Available on Amazon!

**** FREE ONLINE RESOURCES ****
Check out our website! On our site, we have an online Dehydrator Guide (https://bit.ly/D2SGuide), recipes (https://bit.ly/D2SRecipes), and more tips! (https://bit.ly/D2STips)

Thank you so much for your support!

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16 comments

  • momtomtse

    Looks yummy! Good to see another video 😊

  • Open Eye

    Would this technique work with a brazzberry? My friend Justine showed me how to make them.

    • Dehydrate2Store

      😂 Justine huh?😂 Great question! To make a brazzberry (or braspberry) you will have to keep in mind that blueberries are trickier to dehydrate than raspberries, and require both the “freezer trick” and “pin trick”. So, this is what I would do:

      1. Place blueberries into a strainer and set strainer into a large pot of boiling water for only 30 seconds, no more or less. Then dip strainer into cold water.
      2. Once cool, transfer blueberries to a baking sheet and place in freezer for 2 hours to freeze the berries.
      3. Insert your frozen berries into the unfrozen fresh raspberries and spread on your dehydrator tray.
      4. Spray with lemon juice
      5. dehydrate at 125 degrees Fahrenheit for 12 hours.
      6. remove the trays, and use a toothpick or clean needle to poke a hole in every blueberry.
      7. Return to dehydrator for an additional 12 hours.

      This way should work! Give it a try and let me know how it works!

    • Open Eye

      Dehydrate2store excellent advise! I will expect a step by step video by next week. Thank you 😉 Justin will love it!

  • sha whit

    LOVE your book and your videos! Thank you for sharing your God given gift! More please.

  • Phoebe Mckenzie

    can you dehydrate fruit that is frozen? i have done it to frozen vegies not sure about fruit.

  • Poodle Daddles

    thanks for the video!

  • Claudia Martin del campo

    Hi !!!
    This is so interesting…
    Why don’t you post more often.
    It would be nice please

  • Jeannette Ugorji

    Boy Howdy…..you have been missed! I now have a dehydrator as well as your books, but still need your excellent videos for inspiration.

  • Beenatriptonow2new nstuff

    Thanks for your vids this is longtime sub (was Whattosayehh from Canada)
    Thanks again for all your things over the years
    Best to you and yours

  • Ventura0404

    I have a question which vacuum sealer did you get the 350 or 380. Much appreciate your answer

  • Susann Minall

    Miss your informative videos. I hope you are well.

  • Nicole Shupe

    Sure have missed you. Hope to see more of you in the future.

  • carolyn moody

    Blessings

  • Traditional life / Gone Fishin'

    I spent 20 hours dehydrating raspberries at 125f following your” advice” but they are not even close to being dehydrated. Thumbs down.

  • Non Conformist THE TRUTHSEEKER!

    What about frozen ones cant find a video anywhere lol

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