Learn how to make dehydrated pears in just  a few simple steps and enjoy this delicious dried fruit snack all year round! See how easy it is to store and use dehydrated pears along with all the tips you will need to use your homemade dried fruits.

— Ripe Pears — Fruit Pretreatment  (lemon juice or fruit fresh) — Water


Wash the pears thoroughly to remove any dirt or pesticides. Slice the pears into ¼ inch thick slices and core to remove the seeds. Soak the sliced pears in a mixture of lemon juice and water for about 10 minutes.

Drain the pear slices, and arrange them on your dehydrator tray, so they are not touching. Set the temperature to 135°F. Place the trays inside the dehydrator and let the dehydrator run for around 6-12 hours.

Check for doneness. The pears should be flexible, but not spongy. If they are till moist, continue dehydrating for a bit longer. Cool the slices to room temperature before storing.

Once completely dehydrated and cooled, store the dried pears in airtight containers. Click below to get my cute  labels to put on your dehydrated pear containers.


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