Homemade Fruit Leather

Homemade Fruit Leather

Tammy Everts
Jul 2, 2010

Looking for a healthy snack you can throw in your bag for the beach or the park? Instructables member tcup120 was inspired to make a healthier, sugar-free version of that kid staple, Fruit Rollups, for her family.

This recipe is fairly simple and doesn't require a food dehydrator – just a 200-degree oven. The instructions say that any kind of fruit can work, whether fresh or frozen. As for how to serve them, "My favorite way to serve these fruity snacks is to cut them into long strips, roll them up, and place a cute sticker on them. You could also use a cookie cutter to make them fun shapes, though!"

Get full instructions at Instructables: Dried Fruit Rolls.

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(Images: Instructables member tcup120)

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