Strawberry Mango Fruit Leather


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Strawberry Mango Fruit Leather~
Fruit leather is easy to prepare and makes for a handy, nutritious, on the go snack. This recipe is made raw, but fruit can also be precooked.
  • 1 quart strawberries*
  • 1 Mango*
  1. Set oven at 170 ° or dehydrator at 135 °
  2. Clean strawberries and remove green tops. Place in blender and puree. Pour into a bowl; set aside.
  3. Wash and peel mango. Place in blender and puree. Pour into quart size ziploc bag; set aside.
  4. On cooling rack (oven) or on dehydrator tray place a sheet of parchment paper to cover entire surface. Pour strawberry puree onto parchment paper and spread by simply tilting the tray. Thin to about ¼" - ½" thick.
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  6. With scissors make a small angular cut in the bottom corner of your the ziploc bag that contains the mango. This will allow you to squeeze out a small amount at a time. Gently squeeze the bag making stripes of mango across the strawberry puree. Do not worry how close the lines are.
  7. With a large cake knife, ½" from the edge of the puree place the knife down and move forward. Lift the kniife and place down again about ½" away this time move the knife back; continue to end. This creates a nice design.
  8. Place in oven or dehydrator for approximately 3-4 hours. The fruit leather is done when it is leathery, shiny, and slightly sticky.












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3 thoughts on “Strawberry Mango Fruit Leather

  • July 1, 2015 at 12:11 am

    Awesome! I just tried making fruit roll ups for the first time and this looks even easier. I will definitely be trying these.

  • June 30, 2015 at 3:29 am

    Those looks so yummy and pretty simple to make. Thanks for sharing!


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