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Oven Dehydrated Strawberries

  • Author: Stacey Clare



My dehydrated strawberries that you can do in your oven are your answer to healthy lollies.
I make these when strawberries are in season, and you nab yourself 5 or 6 punnets for an absolute bargain.


2-6 punnets strawberries


Give your strawberries a good wash; I often soak them in water for a minute or two with a good splash of apple cider vinegar.

Set your oven to the lowest temperature it can go, and line 2 or 3 baking sheets with parchment paper.

Dry off the strawberries on a tea towel and then chop them into slices, about 3mm thick at most.

Lay the strawberries on the tray; close is OK as they will shrivel as they dry out.

Cook for anywhere between 4-9 hours. Mine took 6.6 hrs at 50 degrees.

They're done when they're crispy and not at all burnt.


Store these in a glass jar with one of those 'absorb satchels' you get in the kids' seaweed packets. It will keep them crisp.

They also freeze WONDERFULLY!