Easy, homemade fruit leather
“These are perfect for when you’re on the go – I’d suggest keeping some in the fridge for whenever you need a quick and healthy snack. Most fruit leathers available out there are full of processed sugars and preservatives, but if you make your own you can feel good knowing exactly what you’re eating!”
Ingredients (makes 8 fruit leather rolls)
2 cups fresh or frozen raspberries
In your food processor, puree the raspberries and banana into a thick fruity paste, adding water as needed. If you don’t like the seeds, just use a sieve to strain the puree before adding the banana.
Next, grease your dehydrator sheet with a thin layer of coconut oil and cover with fruit mixture, using a spatula to make sure it’s spread evenly. Dehydrate on 118 degrees for 8 to 12 hours, or overnight – fruit leather should be pliable, but not sticky. Cut into eight equal strips, and roll into cylinder shapes.