Sunday, April 17, 2011

Homemade Fruit Leather

My project for yesterday (Saturday) was to make some Fruit Leather from scratch. I am excited to report that it was a success!
I got the recipe from Tasty Kitchen and it is delicious!

I bought some blackberries to try out sometime this week and I also have some kiwi's....strawberry kiwi fruit leather?!?!
I think so!

9 comments:

  1. The family down here in Cally would be proud of you! They make homemade fruit leather, and golly, nothing better!

    Mmmm!

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  2. I love fruit leather! Brings back childhood memories : )

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  3. I still eat fruit straps for lunch at Uni (Yes, I never grew out of my primary school lunches), I saw this recipe and I'm going to have to give it a go, but probably not till winter when it is feasible to have the oven on for such a long time!!

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  4. I actually only used the oven for 3 hours! I placed the baking sheet in front of a sunny window for about 10 hours (from 11am to 9pm) and then in the oven at 170 degrees (F) for 3 hours. Then I let it sit out on the counter for the rest of the night and when I woke up it was perfect!

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  5. This is SO cool!!! I love buying these and would love to make them even more :-)

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  6. yum. i bet i could make these with some low oxalate fruits. what a great snack

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  7. Oh Fruit Leather! Love this stuff! My mom always had these on hand when we were kids, I can't wait to make these!

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