Dehydrated Tomato Chips

I enjoy growing my own dehydrated tomato chips and making these savory Tomato Chips for a tasty snack when I have a good harvest. Oh, my goodness!

Dehydrated Tomato Chips are a healthy snack that you can create in-home dehydrator in no time. With the best tomatoes of the season and a little salt, you’ll have mouthwatering chips!

There’s nothing like fresh tomatoes from the garden. I enjoy cooking them under the broiler, topping them with fresh mozzarella and basil, and eating nothing else for lunch! But I’ve discovered an even better way to eat tomatoes that’s also quite convenient!!! CHIPS OF TOMATO!!!

Dehydrated Tomato Chips


INGREDIENTS: • Tomatoes (any variety)

• Seasonings (any blend of seasonings that you enjoy on veggie chips) Looking for additional ideas on how to season vegetable chips?


  1. Slice tomatoes ¼” to ½” (6mm to 12mm)
  • A thinner slice yields a crispier chip, but it also lends itself to sticking.
  • A broader slice yields a more intense flavor and a fruit leather-like texture.
  1. Dehydrate at 125F/52C for 8-12 hours in a dehydrator
  • Because tomatoes are botanically a fruit, you can increase the temperature to 135-140F for a speedier dry.
  1. Flip after 5 hours
  • After 5 hours, flip the tomato slices to prevent the chance of their sticking to your trays.
  1. Make a Dryness Check
  • Allow your samples to cool for five minutes before snapping them when they’re entirely dry.
  1. Condition
  2. Place in an airtight jar to keep fresh.
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