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Homemade Fruit Rollups are easy to make and fun to eat! My Strawberry Fruit Rollups video was so popular and I always get asked about other flavors, so I've made three new flavors for you to try out. SUBSCRIBE for more easy recipes: http://bit.ly/fifteenspatulasYT
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Homemade Fruit Rollups Recipe:
Yield: Makes one half sheet tray
3 cups of chopped fruit, such as mango, strawberries, plums, peaches, etc
1 tsp fresh lime or lemon juice, optional
1 to 2 tbsp honey or sugar, optional
Preheat the oven to 175 degrees F.
Puree the chopped fruit and citrus juice, if using, in a food processor until smooth, scraping down the sides as needed. Taste the mixture and determine if you'd like to sweeten it with honey or sugar, and mix it in if you do use it.
Pour the puree onto a silicone mat lined baking sheet and smooth it out with a spatula, then shake the pan to flatten evenly. Place the sheet pan in the oven for 2-3 hours, until the fruit rollup sheet is dehydrated enough that it is dry to the touch. The cook time may take longer if you're using a high-moisture fruit.
Remove the fruit rollup sheet to a cutting board and cut into long strips, then roll them up. Enjoy!
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