About The River

Monday, July 29, 2013


Yummy! We tried dehydrating watermelon a couple years ago. We were heading to Montana and wanted some healthy snacks for the road trip. YUM! It did not last long. My boys asked if we would make it again this summer.
Slice melon 1/2 inch thick...place on your drying racks. Set your temperature at 130 degrees to 140 degrees Fahrenheit. It will take 8 to 20 hours to dry. I sample a few as the drying time goes on. If the texture is good and the crunch is right...I call it good. I store my dehydrated melon in a air tight zip lock bag. It does not last long....I have two hungry boys!
Dehydrated melon makes a perfect snack for road trips, camping and for any ol' time. 


  1. Sounds wonderful. Wish you could hand out samples so I'd know if we'd like it before we try.

  2. SHARON K.

    This looks like a very fun idea to try, and we
    both love watermelon.


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