Interested in making dried fruit at home but don't have a dehydrator? No worries! You can learn how to dry fruit using only your oven. Read these tips and tricks for using your own oven as a dehydrato (Chocolate Orange Fruit)
While floral potpourri is fragrant, potpourri made from dried fruit imparts a zest that fills your home with a crisp, fresh scent. Drying fruit is easy, and part of the fun in making this potpourri is choosing your favorite fruits to mix together.
Decorative Dried Lemon and Lime Slices Dried lemon and lime slices are easy to make and the process will leave your kitchen with a wonderful scent. Use them as a pretty addition to an elegantly wrapped gift, or incorporate them into table.
What to do with all my figs. Fig Chips…RECIPE medium figs —- Makes cups Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Using a chef’s knife, thinly slice figs thick. Place the figs on a lined sheet tray. Bake until figs are dry, about minutes. Let figs cool on tray.
How To Make A Healthy Pumpkin Spice Latte—Plus 5 More Delicious Fall Treats
The pumpkin spice soda might be a good cold drink. Or it might be worth making pumpkin syrup. The good people at put together this great for making your own pumpkin spice lattes, tea & more! No high fructose corn syrup in these either.
Dried Orange Slices Garland: Slice navel orange very thinly; line on nonstick baking mat; generously dust with confectioners' sugar; bake at 200 degrees for hours until peels are dry and flesh is translucent