Experience a New World of Dehydrated Food

Apple slices drying in Sahara Folding Dehydrator

Intense Flavor

Dehydrating food packs in powerful new experiences in flavor. Watermelon becomes magical. Mushrooms pure umami. Your taste buds will thank you forever.

Healthy Snacking

Create your own additive-free snacks, from fruit leathers filled with fiber to protein-rich jerky. Take it on the go or store it safely for months.

Simple to Use

Slice, set, and forget. Nothing could be easier. Enjoy the fresh goodness of a summer farmer’s market all year when you preserve your own produce.

The Benefits of Dehydrated Food

Dehydrating your own food can benefit your health and your wallet. You can save money by reducing food waste, replacing expensive store-bought snacks with home-dried foods, and taking advantage of in-season produce to enjoy months later. A dehydrator also uses very little electricity compared to heating an entire oven for hours on end, and food dried with a dehydrator has a longer shelf life, also reducing waste of food and money. 

Dried food is good for your health because it’s just made of delicious, real food. Those expensive, store-bought snacks? They’re often filled with sugar, additives, and preservatives to extend their shelf life. When you dehydrate your own food, you’re in control of the ingredients and preserving your food at its peak freshness. 

How to Use a Food Dehydrator

While some produce requires blanching or “cracking,” most foods don’t need much prep: just a quick wash and uniform slicing. The time and temperature settings of your dehydrator will depend on what you are dehydrating. A simple-to-use dual time/temperature control also allows you to program two times and two temperatures, ensuring food is adequately dried without compromising the flavor and texture. Refer to our many dehydrating recipes, then get busy drying!

Latest Dehydrating Recipes

We are constantly developing new recipes and improving former favorites in our own home kitchens to ensure you’ll get the same results in your home. Check out the latest recipes for dehydrated foods we’ve been working on.


Watch "Making Beef Jerky" with Joshua Wiessman

Endless Foods

Dried foods are easy to make and great for recipes. You can eat dehydrated food on its own, create a custom soup mix, grind it into a powder for smoothies, and make your own herb and spice blends for cooking—to name a few uses. You can even make homemade dog treats and your own herbal teas. Dehydrated food is also incredibly portable and will keep for months or more. It is lightweight, not messy, and shelf stable for storage. That means whether you’re in your car or on a hike, you can count on eating healthy on the go without the bulk. Your options are endless. 

Dehydrated apple chips on wood table

Fresh Fruits

Drying your own fruit is a wonderful way to preserve food and avoid wasting produce before it goes bad. By removing excess moisture, dehydration also creates a concentrated flavor, unmatched by other snacks.

Dehydrating Fruits

Fresh Vegetables

Up your pantry game with delicious, dried veggies. Reconstitute for use in recipes or simply toss into soups, stews, sauces, or casseroles as you cook and enjoy farm fresh vegetables year round.

Dehydrating Vegetables

Dehydrated vegetable assortment
Man cutting beef jerky for dehydrating in rustic home

Homemade Jerky

Packed with protein for on-the-go energy, homemade jerky is free from additives and preservatives. Try your hand at a classic like beef jerky or opt for meat free alternatives like tilapia jerky, salmon jerky, or mushroom bacon.

Healthy Snacks
Happy Dogs

Just because your furry friend will eat just about anything, doesn't mean it should. Make your own healthy treats that pets crave with quality ingredients you control.

Homemade Dog Treats

Cute dog looking at camera with dried food in its mouth
Dehydrated herbs next to fresh herbs on stainless steel wire rack

Natural Herbs and Spices

Dehydrating herbs is fast and tastes significantly better than store-bought varieties. Store them in bulk or create your own seasoning and tea blends - either way you’ll capture the goodness of your garden to enjoy year round.

Dehydrating Herbs

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The Perfect Machine for a Home Kitchen

The Sahara Folding Dehydrator - a patented collapsible construction makes it perfect for countertop use and easy kitchen storage. A quiet, highly efficient radial fan optimizes air circulation, enhances food drying, and ensures energy efficiency. Patented dual sensors and dual heaters provide plenty of power for the largest loads of fresh fruit or the high temperatures needed for drying meat.

The Sahara Folding Dehydrator is the first ever folding dehydrator. It is collapsible to 1/3 its size, making it perfect for countertop use and easy kitchen storage. A quiet, highly efficient radial fan optimizes air circulation, enhances food drying, and ensures energy efficiency. Patented dual sensors and dual heaters provide plenty of power for the largest loads of fresh fruit or the high temperatures needed for drying meat.

Sahara Silicone Drying Mats on Stainless Steel Wire Rack for Dehydration

Silicone Baking and Drying Mats

Our reinforced silicone mats are great for holding liquids for fruit leathers, sticky foods, or small items that might fall through the dehydrator shelves. Oven- and dishwasher safe, these durable mats can also be used instead of parchment paper to line baking trays. PTFA and BPA free.

Brød & Taylor Silicone Baking/Drying Mats

Watch Mario get Started with the Sahara Folding Dehydrator

“The first ever folding dehydrator! I love my Sahara Dehydrator because not only is it one of the most powerful dehydrators, but it’s also the first ever to be folding. Most dehydrators are very big and bulky. This design is a game changer and makes it so anyone can enjoy dehydrating at home without worrying about kitchen space.”

- Mario Fabbri, Cooking Show Host