Homemade Fruit Roll-ups

by Daisy on 12/31/2008

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They are indeed yummy, but truthfully, they were so yummy that this was the only pic I got of them before they disappeared…and it has a GLARING white spot right behind those words. So, my taste assessment is there for your ocular protection.

1. Liquefy some fruit and adjust sweetness to taste. I did bananas and peaches…no added honey or stevia needed.

2. Spray oil on baking sheet or specialized tray from a brand-spanking new-2-me…..

5$ Garage Sale Dehydrator!!!

3. Pour in the fruit.

4. Pop in a slightly ajar 140 degree oven or a fore mentioned glorious dehydrator until it is no longer sticky and has achieved peel-ability.

5. Peel, cut, and roll.

6. Take many pictures before the family figures out what you’ve just made and eats it all, so you’re not stuck with a fuzzy, glaring, not-the-best-roll-up-in-the-bunch picture.

Ivory



{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Joy January 26, 2011 at 8:36 am

Ivory, I have the Nesco American as well, I wanted to let you know that they had a recall on those, apparently they catch on fire. You might want to check and see if they recalled your model. Luckily, my square one was ok, but I guess it is most of the round ones.

Hope yours is ok,

Joy

Jennifer September 21, 2011 at 2:12 pm

“140 degree oven”

Celsius?

Tomato Lady September 21, 2011 at 2:26 pm

Jennifer–Fahrenheit, actually.

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