The new kitchen gadget for creating
healthy, versatile & convenient snacks for all the family

Béaba’s NEW Dry ‘n’ Snack food dehydrator is perfect for making easy, healthy food and snacks for babies, toddlers and the whole family. Ideal for busy parents who want to make fuss-free batches of nutritious inexpensive dehydrated purees, yoghurts and snacks for outings, the Dry ‘n’ Snack not only preserves vitamins and minerals, it’s also energy-efficient, so better for the environment AND your purse!
This new, must have kitchen companion can turn a whole range of fruit, vegetables, fish and meat into convenient, nutritious and long-lasting snacks or can dehydrate delicious purees, which can be rehydrated simply with water or milk when needed.
With the Dry ‘n’ Snack you can make everything from ground fruit (to mix with water or add to porridge or yogurt) to dried banana chips, strawberry flakes, vegetable crisps, flavour-packed ‘sun-dried’ tomatoes and freshly dried herbs. And for the more adventurous – macaroons, crackers and granola bars – the possibilities are endless!

Dry ‘n’ Snack Features:

  • Healthy, low temperature cooking preserves vitamins and minerals.
  • Adjustable temperature from 35°C to 80°C.
  • 3D air flow: for an enhanced and even cooking result
  • Digital display and timer from 1 to 24 hours with automatic switch off.
  • See-through, magnetic closing door.
  • 4 removeable stainless steel trays and crumb tray.
Dehydrated Food Recipe Inspo…Yoghurt Drop Buttons! These are so easy to make and a delicious snack for on the go.You can easily customise them to your preference or to use up any fruit you have to hand. SUITABLE FROM 9 monthsPREPARE  5 mins / DEHYDRATE 6 hours at 60°C
 INGREDIENTS1 cup/280g plain yoghurt1/2 cup/100g raspberries (or use strawberries/blueberries) INSTRUCTIONSBlend the raspberries in the Babycook® Neo (or a blender) to form a purée.Add the yoghurt and fruit purée to a bowl and stir to combine.Line 2 mesh dehydrator trays with a non-stick sheet or parchment paper. Using a teaspoon, drop circles of the yoghurt mixture onto the parchment paper, ensuring that there is space between them.Dehydrate for 6 hours at 60°C.Once dehydrated remove from the parchment paper and store in an airtight container in the fridge for up 2 weeks or at room temperature for 1 week.
About Food Dehydration
Dehydration is a popular method for extending the shelf life of food, Short date foods can be dehydrated rather than thrown away, therefore helping to reduce food waste. It uses low temperatures to ‘fan dry’ foods (fruit, vegetables, meat, fish and herbs) to eliminate water and moisture, resulting in delicious, healthy ‘dried’ snacks that are ideal for on-the-go (to eat as they are or rehydrated).

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