Dehydrated Banana Chips with YUM YUM
Okay so here is the amazing meal-plan item I made this week. Yes, Tony is a dork, but DUDE…Superfood Vanilla & Cinnamon Banana Chips!!!! I wanted to make something that wasnt just the generic “oh look I dried bananas!” I wanted to have something I could make in bulk, wouldnt destroy my blood sugar, or a low(er) carb regimen.
If you’re using a similar dehydrator, this portioning will fit one tray with powder mix to spare & store.
First, you will want to set your dehydrator to 140F/60C. This will produce a more crisp chip. If you want chewy, lower the temperature or lower the cook time accordingly.
Because sliced bananas like to be a little slimy, let’s keep bananas cold until ready to prep.
Next, you will want to mix the Ultramet Powder and you Cinnamon together in bowl.
Next, let’s slice the bananas into 1/4 inch slices. You can slice them thinker, but they will be chewier even after 24 hours in a dehydrator.
The next step is to mix the banana slices into powder. This will take a little while because you cant do them all at once, as the banana slices will stick together. I toss them in a larger bowl in small groups and make sure all are nicely covered.
Place the chips closely together on dyhydrator tray and and let the dehydrator do the rest! (You will want to have a drip/catch tray in place to catch loose powder!)
Let the dehydrator run for 22-24 hours.
This portioning is easily good for a 13″x12″ tray. If you want to make enough to last for tons of meals, portion to fit your trays. These will keep for weeks if not months in a cold/sealed environment.
Because bananas are often left out of diets because they bont have a ton of bang for the buck when you’re doing keto/low-carb. But if you’re diabetic and missed a meal, and needed something that itsnt going to kill your blood sugar but tastes amazing and doesnt break a rigid diet, portion it under 100 calories a serving and you have superfood good for almost any diet.