Use blood orange crisps in a gin & tonic for a sweet citrus garnish and a hint of pink colour. The dehydrated slices of blood orange also make eye-catching cake decorations. Try pressing lightly into the sides of a cheesecake.
You can even eat the fruit crisps as they are for a healthy snack.
California Crisps are the creation of Annie Babayan. Armed with a dehydrator and locally grown fruits, Annie started making her own fruit crisps. She carefully selects the ripest fruits and thinly slices them. They are slowly dehydrated to preserve their natural aromas, flavours and nutrients. Every variety is raw, gluten free and vegan friendly, with no added sugars, colours, additives or preservatives.