3 INGREDIENT FRUIT ROLL-UPS #desserts #rollups

3 INGREDIENT FRUIT ROLL-UPS #desserts #rollups

This 3 Ingredient Fruit Roll-Ups formula is a straightforward and delectable approach to make your very own organic product cowhide (with no extravagant gear or fixings!)

In the event that you were in any way similar to me as a child, you presumably used to think, "When I'm an adult I can have ______ for supper consistently!" (embed: frozen yogurt, treats, poptarts, cotton sweet and so on.). Be that as it may, since I at last am a (kind of) grown up, I realize I need to stifle my internal identity requests for not gauging 500 lbs. Be that as it may, I as of late found an approach to have it both ways. All things considered, natural product roll-ups anywho.

When I previously went over a formula for a comparative natural product cowhide type thing, I was suspicious. You intend to reveal to me I can utilize my broiler as a dehydrator? I needn't bother with one of those extravagant shmancy things? I figured I would need to give it two or three attempts, some old design experimentation, however oh dear, the main attempt was a significant achievement! I'm talking major, these things are great.

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3 INGREDIENT FRUIT ROLL-UPS #desserts #rollups


  • 2-3 cups fruit
  • 2-3 Tbsp honey, can sub sugar or sugar-substitute
  • 2 Tbsp lemon juice


  1. Blend: Blend fruit in food processor or blender until smooth. Mix in sweetener and lemon juice.
  2. Spread: Pour into a pan lined with plastic wrap or parchment paper then spread out ? to ¼ inch thick.
  3. Dehydrate: Dehydrate in oven at 140 to 170 degrees F (or as low as oven will go) for 4 to 6 hours, or until the middle is not longer tacky.
  4. Cool: Allow to cool, then remove from sheet. With clean scissors, trim off edges then cut into 1 inch wide strips. Wrap with strips of parchment or tissue paper, then use tape or string to seal.

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