Fruit Roll Ups

So yesterday, I decided to toot my own horn and post on Facebook that I had made homemade fruit roll ups. And, wow, people were interested in how  did it! I was really easy, it just took time. I tried it again, and took pictures every step of the way.

DSC_0190 DSC_0191 I cut up strawberries, a banana and I happened to have this jar of Apricot halves in my fridge, so I used them too. I didn’t measure anything, I just used what I had.

DSC_0193 DSC_0194 I put the fruit and added some honey to sweeten it up, into my Magic Bullet!!

DSC_0197 DSC_0198 Blend. You could totally drink it at this point. It was good just like that!!

DSC_0199 DSC_0201 I put mine on the stove and simmered it a little bit. I’m not sure if this step is necessary, but I read several recipies and some said to reduce it and some did not. I did. But you could probably skip it.

DSC_0202 Heat your oven as low as it can go. Mine starts at 170…

DSC_0203 Cover a baking sheet with foil and spray with non-stick stuff.
DSC_0204 When your fruit has reduced a little bit,

DSC_0208 DSC_0210 DSC_0211 pour it on the foil lined baking sheet.

DSC_0213 Then shake it to spread it all over the baking sheet. The first time I did it, I didn’t make enough to spread out all over the pan. They turned out fine too…

DSC_0214 DSC_0216 Put it in the oven and leave the door cracked for 5 to 8 hours.

DSC_0217 Just let it sit in there…

DSC_0250 Voila!! Finished product.

DSC_0252 Peel it from foil. It should be pretty easy since it was spayed with non-stick spray.

DSC_0255 DSC_0256 DSC_0254 Lay it out on a cutting board.

DSC_0258 DSC_0259 DSC_0260 Cut into strips.

DSC_0262 Roll them up!

DSC_0263 DSC_0268 Yay!! Easy Easy!

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DSC_0275 DSC_0274 Give it to your kids (for breakfast in this case) and tell them to enjoy!!!


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