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06/08/2014 07:09PM   (Thread Older Than 3 Years)
Any reason why cherry pie filling wouldn't dehydrate right for pie's in the pie iron? Or any pie filling for that matter.
 
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Frenchy
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06/08/2014 07:49PM  
I was thinking the same thing. Think I'll throw a can in the dehydrator tomorrow and see.
 
OldFingers57
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06/08/2014 09:01PM  
You will need to put some holes in the cherries to get them to dehydrate. I would even maybe suggest you cut them up some. It should dry into a fruit leather type material.
 
MIWildflower
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06/10/2014 06:17PM  
I've tried this. Dried to a nice leather, but difficult to rehydrate without chewy spots. Cutting up the cherries as suggested might help.
 
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