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Old 04-20-2011, 08:01 PM - Thread Starter
 
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my picky 2 year old is INHALING these yogurt bites (dehydrated/flash dried?) faster than we can make the money to buy them.

 

anyone know if i can make these myself?

 

disclaimer: i am not crafty, nor too handy in the kitchen, nor do I have a dehydrator (i can borrow though)-- but i want him to eat well and for us not to go broke doing it!

 

can anyone help? has anyone attempted this kind of thing, or something similar?

 

thanks!


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I'm not familiar with the item you're speaking of, but yogurt can be dehydrated like fruit roll-ups.  Not sure it's feasible to do so in a cheap round dehydrator - they're incosistent at best.  But a high end dehydrator like an Excalbur can do it.  If you could borrow one of those for a week, you could easily make a gallons worth (or more).

 


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