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You’re 2 steps away from learning how to make dried kiwi in the oven. But, you can also dry kiwis in the dehydrator. Food dehydrators run at a temperature lower than an oven, so cooking dried kiwi in the oven takes only a fraction of the time as cooking kiwi in a dehydrator.
Dried fruit is easy to make whether or not you have a food dehydrator. The key to making dried kiwi in the oven is to set the oven on the lowest temperature. Food dehydrators run at a temperature lower than an oven, so cooking dried kiwi in the oven takes only a fraction of the time as cooking kiwi in a dehydrator.
It’s easier to learn how to make dried kiwi in the oven if you’re looking to save time.
Before learning how to make dried kiwi in the oven, you need to know how to ripen kiwi…
Kiwi is ripe and ready to eat or dehydrate when it becomes soft. Don’t dehydrate it when the kiwi is completely hard. To ripen hard kiwi quickly, place kiwi in a brown paper bag for 1-2 days.
Here you’ll find two versions of cooking dried kiwi. The only ingredient in these recipes is kiwifruit, making it a healthy snack option. Use as many kiwi as you’d like to make kiwis easier to eat on-the-go. Dried kiwi is a great addition to homemade trail mix, granola, and yogurt bowls.
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Dried kiwi in the oven (Sip Bite Go)
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- 10 kiwi
Peel kiwi and slice it into 1/4 inch discs.
Bake on a drying rack over a cookie sheet at 150-170 degrees for 3-4 hours.
Dried kiwi in the dehydrator Peel kiwi and slice it into 1/4 inch discs. Dehydrate at 135 degrees for 6-12 hours.