175 Dehydrator Recipies

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Herbs and Spices

Dehydrator recipes for herbs and spices let you have fresh, flavorsome additions for your meals. Many herbs, spices, and mixes contain chemical agents like anti-caking agents and, for those of us who want a more natural diet, those synthetic and heavily-processed ingredients are something we want to avoid. So, making our own mixes makes the most sense. It’s really easy, too. As well as these recipes, once you’ve got the technique, you can experiment and make your own. Make a deep, flavorful fall soup herb and spice blend, or a cajun mix for your favorite cut of chicken. Or a steak rub. Or a winter spice mix. The list is endless.

  • Chili Powder
    Chili Powder
  • Dehydrated Milk
  • Dried Chives
  • Dried Rose Hips
  • Dried Sweet Basil
  • Garlic Powder
  • Ginger Powder
  • Citrus Salts
  • Onion Powder
  • Peppermint
  • Rosemary


    So, now we’ve got the recipes that don’t really fit anywhere else. Dog treats, bread crumbs, cereals, and more. It’s truly amzing just what you can make with a dehydrator.

  • Bean Bark
  • Bread Crumbs
  • Carob Flour
  • Chicken Jerky for Dogs
  • Coconut Flour
  • Dehydrated Cheese
  • Dehydrated Cottage Cheese
  • Dehydrated Eggs
  • Dehydrated Rice
  • Flax Crackers
  • Fruit and Veggie Leather Dog Treats for Dogs
  • Liver Dog Treats
  • Mint Sweet Potato Chews for Dogs
  • Natural Food Coloring
  • Peanut Butter and Banana Chips for Dogs
  • Raw Buckwheat Granola
  • Raw Vegan Bread Recipe
  • Smokey Tomato Sauce (Vegan)
  • Traveling Bone Broth
  • Do you have any tried and tested recipes we’ve missed? Let us know and, if we haven’t got them and think they’re awesome, we’ll add them here. Get yourself a good dehydrator – even something budget-friendly but with solid performance like the Nesco American Harvest, and see just how much money you save and by how much you reduce the food waste your household reduces.
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    Post Author: Becky Britton

    Becky has been living green for more than a decade. She's a small-scale homesteader who is always learning new ways to make life a little greener.

    13 thoughts on “175 Dehydrator Recipies


      (February 4, 2018 - 2:50 am)

      Thanks for all info here! 😍


      (August 8, 2017 - 4:19 am)

      This is interesting for all those who are into making recipes as an amateur or a professional. I am sharing this post onward so that people interested in dehydrating their recipes learn something new. Great post.

        Katy Willis

        (August 22, 2017 - 5:36 pm)

        Glad you found it useful. We love dehydrating our produce – it’s a great way of reducing waste.

      Mommy Queenelizabeth

      (August 7, 2017 - 9:36 pm)

      Oh! This is interesting! Didn’t know about this before. In fact its my first time to hear/read about dehydrator foods. And those were a lot!


      (August 7, 2017 - 3:32 pm)

      Cool! I can search plenty options on what is available in our pantry. I love mangoes so I think I will be doing that. Thanks for the recipes.


      (August 7, 2017 - 3:27 pm)

      I honestly did not know that there is such thing as dehydrating fruits and vegetables! I only know of juicing and blending as processes done with food. I actually am amazed with technology nowadays. Dried mangoes and dates are familiar to me but the other fruits and vegaetables are like uncharted waters. This also a great way of lessening the food waste! I get mad at myself whenever I throw away food.

      momi berlin

      (August 6, 2017 - 11:55 pm)

      this is awesome. seriously haven’t heard of a dehydrator before and its use. i like the idea of zero waste management and the cool way it could preserve food. something really new to me and i wish this is something affordable. would also like to try it at our household.

      Amila Wickramarachchi

      (August 6, 2017 - 11:04 am)

      I only new about sun-dried food as we use to do that.Otherwise it is always we buy dehydrated food items from grocery stores.I never thought or heard of dehydrating with such equipment which is easy to use at home.I will check the suggested dehydrators.It is really nice if I can make dehydrated fruits and vegetables at home in a healthy way!

      Nadine Smith

      (August 6, 2017 - 6:54 am)

      I have never even heard of a dehydrator before, but it sounds like an amazing kitchen tool! I want to get my hands on one of these. It’s so amazing how you listed down all the possible kinds of treats you can produce just by using a dehydrator. You can even use it for doggie treats! So cool! I’m trying to have a “zero waste” lifestyle by making sure that everything in the kitchen is used up, and I think a dehydrator would be a good way to support that lifestyle.

      Clarice of My Metro Lifestyle

      (August 5, 2017 - 6:05 pm)

      Hi Katy! We are actually considering the use of dehydrators since we are shifting to a greener lifestyle. We like the idea of minimizing food waste. Thank you so much for these recipes. Saving this one for future reference.

      Thelittlelai: Beyond limits

      (August 5, 2017 - 5:10 pm)

      Wow, I couldn’t believe that there’s such a thing as this. I have just heard about dehydrator and seemed to be really interesting as you have elucidated it clearly and really in detailed. I also love that you have provided us a long list of recipes where we can get an idea and would love to try it as well. This is just truly a new concept of preserving food without a waste. Thank you so much for sharing this with us.


      (August 5, 2017 - 1:39 pm)

      wow, the things that you can do with a dehydrator is just amazing. I didn’t think of it. It proves to be really useful


      (August 5, 2017 - 2:39 am)

      Dehydrator is the latest trend I have read. Interesting how this concept helps in preserving food. The strawberry leather strip looked yumm to me and many other products looked new to me. Mangoes and dates are common here , I hope other dehydrated products hit the shelves here soon.

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