Got extra lemon peels? Often recipes such as Trim Healthy Mama's Singing Canary say to trim them off and juice the rest of the lemon (including the white).
But no need to waste those peels! Make homemade dried lemon peel in 3 easy steps. In the video below, you'll see me do it in (literally) a minute. Give it a try!
Homemade Dried Lemon Peel in 3 Easy Steps
- lemon peels
Transfer peels to a dehydrator tray and spread them out. (I don't dry the end with the hard stem stub.)
Put the tray in the dehydrator and dry around 100 degrees Fahrenheit for about 24 hours -- until the peels are curled up, dry and crispy.
Now you've got dried lemon peel for your favorite scones, muffins, or other desserts — even loose tea mix. These Blueberry-Lemon Muffins (can be grain-free) are great!
Do you make your own homemade dried lemon peel? How do you use it? Feel free to share recipes or links in the comments.
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