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a tray of whole figs being cut, ready for dehydrating. A jar sits in the corner full of sliced dehydrated figs

Dehydrated Figs

  • Author: Emma Lee
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 8 hours
  • Total Time: 8 hours 10 minutes
  • Yield: Lots of fig slices!
  • Category: Anytime
  • Method: Preserving


Snack on these sugar-free dehydrated fig slices or add them to your morning granola mix!


  • Figs


  1. Wash and dry the figs
  2. Remove the top stem off the fig. Slice each fig into 3-5mm slices. 
  3. Lay fig slices flat on a dehydrator tray.
  4. Turn the dehydrator on to the dried fruit setting and leave to dry for 8 hours. 
  5. Once cool. store in an airtight container.



The size/thickness of the figs will determine how long they need to be dried. On average my slices take 8 hours. I generally pop them on just as I’m going to bed and they are done when I wake up the next morning

Keywords: Figs, Preserving, Dehydrating