Ever since I purchased this excellent Dehydrator, I have been dehydrating every fruit and vegetable in my kitchen.
Last night after my small fry went to bed, I was cleaning the kitchen, and I spotted these Kiwis. I cut them up and threw them into the dehydrator and let them sit overnight.
This morning I woke up to this.
A Wonderfully crispy tart Kiwi Chip! They taste awesome!
After taking some pictures. My son and I gobbled them up for breakfast! All I have to say is how cute would these be as a garnish on top of a dessert? THAT would be show-stopping! I can’t wait to get to the store so I can buy more kiwis to make into chips! What an AMAZING snack!
1) Slice into 1/4 inch slices and remove the skin.
2) Put them in your food dehydrator for 12 hours.
That is it!
Use an egg slicer for a quick way to slice soft fruits and veggies like kiwi, mushrooms, strawberries,…
I used a mandolin slicer on the thinnest setting to make ‘chips’ – only too about 4-5 hours on the 135 F setting on my dehydrator… delicious!!! 😀
yay! I m glad you like them!!!
it states “if you don’t have a dehydrator….” So I don’t, is there another method?
What temp do you set the dehydrator at?
I don’t have a temp setting on my dehydrator….I would start with low and keep your eye on it.
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Would these be dry enough to grind to a powder? I’m going abroad for a couple of weeks and am thinking of trying to dry my usual juicing Vegs and grinding them to powder to take with me.
These look so good! We got a food dehydrator for a yard sale but it crapped out on us immediately. I need to get another so I can try this! 🙂 Thanks so much for linking up to Monday Funday!
Will be trying this. My daughter loves kiwis.
They look so pretty! Never thought of kiwi, I like to do herbs
What a fantastic idea. You make me want to go out and by a food dehydrator, if only I had the cupboard space.
Oh my goodness, YUM! These look so good!
Wow, I have never seen kiwi chips and would never even think to make them. I have a 16 month old as well. I think sometimes the kiwi is harder for her to chew. Of course if there is any possibility of a red fruit coming her way, she will not eat any other color. Have you ever dried peas? I wouldn’t even think to give her some, but another mommy had some and my daughter ate them up. NOw I am thinking of making some at home.