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Oven Dried Peach Chips

Oven Dried Peach Chips

Oven dried peach chips are a delicious way to enjoy the intense flavor of summer sweet peaches all year long.  Perfect in trail mix, granola, or just on their own, these crispy peach chips are sure to be your family’s new favorite snack!

baked peach chips in a white ramikin

Easy oven dried peach chips

Baked peach chips are simple to make and are a healthy snack or addition to your favorite homemade granola.  Just a few easy steps, and some time, are all you need to make a crispy, crunchy, naturally-sweet snack your whole family will love.

thinly slice peaches on a wooden cutting board and arranged on a parchment lined baking sheet

Can I make peach chips in an oven?

I used to think that I needed a food dehydrator to make my favorite dried fruit snacks.  However, it turns out that all you need is an oven and a few lined baking sheets.  A low temperature and some patience is all it takes to create these delicious dried peach chips.

When making peach chips in the oven, it is important to slice your peaches as uniformly as possible.  This ensures the peaches will finish drying about the same time.  I have found that 1/8 inch thick peach slices are thick enough to flip without tearing and yet not so thick that they require excessive amounts of baking time to dry.

thinly slice peaches on a parchment lined baking sheet
Slice peaches into 1/8 inch thick slices

After about two hours in the oven, the peach slices should be almost dry to the touch.  This is when you want to peal them off of the parchment and flip them over so they can finish drying.

finished peach chips on a parchment lined baking sheet

During the last hour or so of drying, keep your eye on the peach chips.  If smaller peach slices finish drying first, and you can always remove them from the oven while the larger peach chips finish drying.

For sweet peach chips, use in-season ripe peaches

Your peach chips will only be as sweet as the fresh peaches used to make them.  You will have the best results if you make dried peaches with ripe, in-season peaches.

Oven Dried Peach Chip Recipe

easy paleo peach chips baked in the oven

Oven Dried Peach Chips

Yield: 4 servings
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 3 hours
Total Time: 3 hours 15 minutes

Oven dried peach chips are a healthy and delicious summer snack.  Peach chips can be enjoyed by all because they are vegan, dairy-free, paleo, gluten-free, Whole30 compatible and contain no added sugar!


  • 2 Peaches, peeled if not organic/pesticide free
  • Parchment Paper


  1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees F.  Line a baking sheet with parchment
  2. Wash and dry peaches.  Cut in half and remove the pit
  3. Peel peaches if you prefer to not eat the peel or if they are not organic* 
  4. Slice peaches in 1/8 inch slices, reserve ends for another use.  Note: if you slice the peaches thicker, it will take longer for them to dry
  5. Place peach slices on parchment lined baking sheet, leaving space between each slice
  6. Bake at 200 degrees F for approximately 2 hours, until the top of the peaches are dry
  7. Peel the peach slices from the parchment paper and flip over. Continue to bake for another 30 minutes to an hour until fully dehydrated
  8. Remove the dried peach slices from the oven and allow to cool completely.  Store in an airtight container at room temperature. The peach chips can be stored for several months at room temperature without spoiling
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 4 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 51Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 0mgCarbohydrates: 13gFiber: 2gSugar: 11gProtein: 1g

*Peaches consistently rank on the EWG’s “Dirty Dozen” list.  That is way I purchase either peaches raised without pesticides from a local farm or organic peaches. 

Tips and tricks for making dried peaches in the oven

  • Use “free stone” or “cling free” peaches to make these oven dried peach chips
  • Multiple baking sheets of peach chips can be baked at the same time.  However, the amount of time needed for the peaches to fully dehydrate will increase
  • You can use the convection setting on your oven.  Depending on your oven, this may decrease the time needed to make the peach chips.  Be sure to check on the peaches often toward the end of their drying time!

How long can you store dried peach chips?

Peach chips must be completely dry for them to have a long shelf life.  I have successfully stored oven dried peaches in an air-tight container at room temperature for a few months.  However, now that I have children we are lucky if the peach chips last for a few weeks and can be added to school lunches and snacks.

oven dried peach chips stored in a mason jar

Other delicious oven dried fruit snack recipes

Want to try other delicious oven dried fruit snacks?  In addition to these delicious and crisp peach chips, my family loves oven dried strawberries made with freshly picked summer strawberries. 

Easy to make oven dried strawberries are a healthy school snack

Another favorite is homemade blueberry fruit leather, which transforms blueberries into a portable, mess-free snack.  And the fruit rolls are a healthy treat you can make all year because they are made with frozen blueberries.

easy to make homemade blueberry fruit leather

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Homemade easy to make oven baked peach chips

Sun Wukong

Saturday 15th of October 2022

The best thing I've consumed in 2000+years. Seems like a lot of work but definitely worth it. When I took the first bite...I ascended..aaaaaaaaaa. For real , thank you.


Friday 10th of May 2019

Perfect healthy snacks! Totally love it!


Friday 10th of May 2019

Yes! These are for me! I don't have a dehydrator (or room for one more large kitchen appliance) so this is perfect!

Megan Stevens

Friday 10th of May 2019

These are so special. I love the idea of them for Whole30 when you want a nutrient dense treat! :)


Wednesday 8th of May 2019

Never would've thought of this but it's such a great idea! I'm sure my nieces and nephews would love this (if I don't eat them all first).

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