How to Dehydrate Raspberries:

Dehydrated raspberries make a great on-the-go snack and can be stored for years if vacuum packed, and up to a year in a mason jar. Never throw out spoiled fruit again!

These treats are great to eat “as is” for a tasty on-the-go snack. Everyone loves these! Or, put them in yogurt, cereal, and more!

They will last many years if stored properly. Store in a jar with oxygen pack, or vacuum sealed bag. Keep out of direct sunlight.


  • Lightly rinse but do not soak in water. 
  • Allow to dry on a paper towel for a few minutes.
  • Line your dehydrator tray with the pointed ends facing up.
  • Dehydrate at 125 degrees Fahrenheit for 18-20 hours.
  • Store in a Mason jar with oxygen pack, or seal in a vacuum and Mylar bag for later use in recipes, or eat as is!

Dryness Check:

A properly dehydrated raspberry will will feel dry and not sticky to the touch. They will be light weight and easily crunch and crumble between your fingers. If yours do not feel this way, just put them back in the dehydrator for a few more hours!

Other Tips:

Starting with a fresher raspberry will yield a more attractive product than if your raspberry is older before dehydrating. Both products are great to eat, but the visual appeal is better with fresh raspberries. See the video below for an example!



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