How to Dehydrate Brussels Sprouts:

Dehydrated Brussels sprouts are a great crunchy on-the-go snack that is lightweight to carry, but earthy and very filling. Not to mention, they have far less calories and saturated fat than potato chips and other processed snacks. Add a dash of salt and pepper, or other seasonings before or after dehydrating! You can also rehydrate them before eating!

These will last many years if stored properly.

Instructions:

  • If you want to snack on these in their dried form, first boil or steam until cooked through but still firm.
  • Cut into halves, and lay on dehydrator tray with the cut edge facing up.
  • If desired, add salt, pepper, or other seasoning before (or after) dehydrating.
  • Dehydrate at 125 degrees Fahrenheit for about 12 hours.
  • Store in a vacuum and Mylar bag or jar with oxygen pack

Dryness Check:

A properly dehydrated Brussels sprout should feel dry, ‘click’ when dropped on the table, and crunch in your mouth. If yours do not feel this way, just put them back in the dehydrator for a few more hours!

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