Wash your blueberries well to get rid of all impurities.
Dry them carefully with a clean kitchen towel. Keep in mind that blueberries stain. We don't want extra water on the berries as this can prolong the drying process.
Keep your dehydrator ready as per buying instructions. Turn the device on.
Place and spread the blueberries on the dehydrator baskets. Don't overcrowd as this can prolong the drying time too but also keep enough berries to dry to use the space properly.
Keep one basket over the other on the dehydrator. As per device, you may be able to stack up to 10 baskets. The more baskets with fruits the longer it can take for the berries to dry in the top baskets.
Keep the berries to dry at a medium to high temperature or as per device instructions. The drying time is about 16 hours, so you might want to turn on the dehydrator early mornings to leave it turned on over the course of a day.
Check on the drying process of your blueberries. I like to switch the position of the baskets every few hours so that the fruits get equally dried and I make sure that the berries don't stick on the grid.
The blueberries are finished dehydrated when they are a bit crunchy. Leaving the dehydrated blueberries out will turn them chewy due to the humidity in the room.
Store your cooled and dried berries in an airtight container until further use.
Follow the instructions on the dehydrator manual. Follow safety instructions.
Dehydrated Blueberries Recipe https://www.masalaherb.com/dehydrated-blueberries/ August 9, 2019