I saw this recipe on pinterest from loveyoumadly.com. I was so excited about it, that I had to share it on my page! I tried it, and it's amazing! This girl is brilliant, and I'm so glad she shared. Here you go...
100% Real Fruit Roll-Ups
This recipe is pretty flexible. You have the freedom to pick one
fruit or mix different kinds. You can use fresh, frozen and dried fruit.
Below the recipe are some fruit combination suggestions, but feel free
to try out your own combos too. I suggest making a few different trays
of fruit at the same time because these won’t last long in your house
and though they are VERY simple to make, they do take a long time to
1. Warm the fruit in a pot on the stove and mix it into a puree. If
there are seeds in the puree you can pour it into a sieve to get the
seeds out (I didn’t).
2. Spread the puree on a oil-sprayed silpat baking mat
(my baking love!) or parchment paper (BE SURE to spray! If you don’t it
will stick!). 1 1/2 cup of fruit puree is enough for 1 baking sheet,
and put in the oven on 140°F (or as low as your oven can go. my stove’s
lowest temperature is 170). Leave the oven door open a little bit to let
the moisture out.
3. They are done when the puree isn’t sticky anymore, you normally need
between 5-8 hours depending on the oven and your fruit choices. (If you
live in a warm climate, you can just leave the pan in the sun for the
4. Use a sharp knife or pizza cutter to cut them and roll them with wax
or parchment paper when they are still warm. Enjoy this healthy
Fruit combination ideas:
Yellow: 1 fresh mango, 200 g dried apricots, 1 orange (the juice) (these came out the best in my opinion!)
Purple: Frozen raspberries, frozen blackberries and 1
banana (these were very seedy, you could replace the raspberries with
Green: Kiwi, mango and mint leaves
Blue: Blueberries and grape juice
Red: Strawberries and banana
You can also add spices such as cinnamon, cardamom, vanilla pods or mint leaves.