Easy fruit roll ups

Easy Fruit Roll Ups Recipe

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Stormy Stewart


fruit roll ups are always appreciated by kids. They are sweet yet not sugar laden. A good choice for the older person or hiker as well as they are made from apples


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15 Min
7 Hr


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1 jar(s)
any flavor applesauce (used as the base of the fruit roll)
you can flavor your fruit rolls with fresh pureed fruit, powdered flavored gelatin, or with coconut or nuts. just mix it in or sprinkle on top before drying.

How to Make Easy fruit roll ups


  • 1Spray a fruit roll sheet (lightly) with cooking spray. Place several tablespoons of applesauce on a fruit roll sheet, to make small roll-ups. Spread to 1/4 thickness, so they’re about 4" in diameter. You can fit 6-8 on a fruit roll sheet, depending on how large you make them. Place in tray of dehydrator. Dehydrate at 140° for approximately 5-7 hours or until top of fruit roll is tacky. Remove, roll-up and place in a zip-lock bag.
  • 2NOTE: Entire fruit roll sheet may be covered with applesauce mixture and then dehydrated. Cut into individual serving sizes
  • 3Imagine the flavors with Jello alone.

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About Easy fruit roll ups

Course/Dish: Fruit Desserts
Other Tags: For Kids, Healthy
Hashtag: #dehydrator

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