How to Make Banana Chips With a Food Dehydrator

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You can make banana chips in a food dehydrator so long as you follow a few basic steps. Find out how to make banana chips with a food dehydrator with help from an internationally recognized holistic health and wellness expert in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Koya Webb, and I'm going to show you how to make banana chips. First, you want to start with the banana and then you want to cut them into little slices and you actually want to dip them in water with a little bit of lemon juice. So, I've put about a half a cup of water and half a cup of lemon juice here and now, I'm just going to let my banana slide around and the lemon water and what it does is it lessens the blur, browning so that you have nice vivid banana chips and also adds a little bit of Vitamin C into it. So, we're going to put our banana banana chips there and you want to make sure once you cut it, you pretty much put it right in because once you cut the banana, it starts browning. Bananas are great source of potassium, great to have after your workout, great to have as a snack in the car or just at work, at your work desk. So, I'm going to grab some I've already made to show you what they look like. So, these are still yummy banana chips. I absolutely love them, but I forgot to put the lemon water and I just chopped them and I put them into the dehydrator and they're a little brown, but they are still yummy. Ummm, really yummy, nice and chewy; the longer you leave them in, the harder they'll get. But, this is how you make dehydrated banana chips. And you can visit me at


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