Fruit leather is one of my favorite snacks. Making it is so gratifying, and you’ll know what your family’s eating-only three wholesome ingredents!
3 cups fresh organic fruit, your choice
2-3 tablespoons wild local honey, you can substitute sugar or sugar-substitute
2 tablespoons organic lemon juice
Prepare 3-12×18-inch baking sheets, backside up, with silicone baking mats — preheat the oven to 170’F degrees.
Combine ingredients in a standing blender or food processor. Process until smooth. If you have a non-texture eater, strain the liquid through a mesh strainer into a clean bowl. Divide the fruit mixture to each pan about 1 cup each.
Using an offset spatula, create a very thin layer on each baking sheet.
Dehydrate in your oven for 4-6 hours, or until fruit leather is no longer sticky, which will vary depending on your oven and humidity level in your area.
Rotate the pans between oven racks and turn every hour until cooked — test by touching with the tip of your finger.
Remove from the oven. Cool and transfer fruit leather to a cutting board. Slice into desired sizes or shapes and wrap in parchment paper, wrapping or wax paper — store air-tight.