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Freeze Dried Strawberries


Freeze-dried strawberries are dehydrated whole or sliced berries that are crunchy and flavorful, retaining most nutrients and needing no refrigeration

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What makes Freeze Dried Strawberries from Freeze N Dried the Best? Well, let's "chew" over the facts! These strawberries aren't just frozen dried; they're a berry blast of quality.

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Freeze Drying Strawberries at Home? 

Equipment Needed

Freeze dryer
Airtight storage containers or vacuum-sealed bags


Fresh strawberries🍓


Strawberry Preparation:

  1. Wash strawberries under cold water.
  2. Remove green tops and bad parts.
  3. Slice or leave whole as desired.


  1. Lay strawberries on freeze dryer trays without overlap.
  2. Pre-freeze until solid in freeze dryer or regular freezer.

Freeze Drying:

  1. Load frozen strawberries into the freeze dryer.
  2. Start the freeze-drying cycle. It can last 20-40 hours.

Dryness Test:

  1. After drying, let a strawberry warm to room temperature.
  2. Break and ensure it's dry and brittle inside. If not, dry again.


Once fully dried, transfer the strawberries to airtight storage containers or vacuum-seal them in bags to maintain freshness and prevent moisture from entering.
Store in a cool, dark place. If sealed properly, freeze-dried strawberries can last for many years.



Benefits of Freeze-Dried Strawberries:

Long Shelf Life: With the moisture removed, freeze-dried strawberries can be stored for much longer periods compared to fresh strawberries without spoiling.

Nutrient Retention: The freeze-drying process retains most of the nutritional content of the strawberries, ensuring that you're still getting a good dose of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants when you consume them.

Lightweight: The removal of water makes freeze-dried strawberries much lighter, which is especially useful for backpacking, camping, or traveling.

Low in Calories: Freeze-dried strawberries retain their natural sweetness and provide a low-calorie, healthy snack option.

Safe Consumption: The freeze-drying process eliminates any microorganisms that might be present, making the strawberries safe to consume.

Rich Flavor: The freeze-drying process concentrates the natural flavors of the strawberries, resulting in a vibrant and intense strawberry taste.

How can you use freeze-dried strawberries?

Alright cool moms, listen up! Just blend them with your favorite ingredients. Not sure where to buy freeze dried strawberries? Our team can navigate you to our best strawberries or we can even place a custom order for you; we have over 100 products and pretty cool discounts. If you want to try DIY freeze dried fruit at your home, make sure to check our blog; it has got all the freeze drying fruit tips you'll need. 

Enjoy your homemade granola with yogurt, milk, or as a snack on its own! Adjust the sweetness and add-ins according to your preference

Freeze-dried strawberries are a fantastic ingredient to use in baked goods. They offer a concentrated strawberry flavor without the added moisture, which can be particularly beneficial in certain recipes


Can I rehydrate freeze dried strawberries?

Yes! Just soak them in water for a few minutes, and they'll regain their original texture.

How long do freeze dried strawberries last?

If stored correctly, they can last up to 25 years, but once opened, it's best to consume them within a year.

Do they retain their color?

Absolutely! Freeze dried strawberries maintain their vibrant red hue.

Are they good for baking?

Yes, you can incorporate them into your baked goods for a delightful twist.

How do they compare in taste to fresh strawberries?

While the texture is different (crunchy), the flavor is intensified, making them a delicious treat.

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