Homemade Fruit Roll-Ups

Fruit-Roll-Ups

When thinking about snacks, people usually associate them with a lot of unhealthy stuff that one eats while watching a movie or hanging around with friends. But who said snacks can’t be healthy? You just need to have the right ingredients, combine them in a clever way and you will get a healthy and delicious snack for your next get-together. This homemade fruit roll is the perfect healthy snack and the great thing about it is that you can combine the flavors any way you want. Besides this, you can control all the ingredients so you can make sure it doesn’t contain any chemicals. To make the fruit rolls, you will need to have a blender to process the fruits. Then put the processed fruits into the oven as shown in the video and after it’s done you can start making your rolls of fruit. For more info and the whole recipe, watch the video!

 

 

INGREDIENTS
5 cups fresh fruit
1/2-1 Tbsp honey (optional)

by WhatsUpMoms

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4 Responses to “Homemade Fruit Roll-Ups”

  1. Cinda Sackety says:

    How long will the fruit roll up last? Refrigerate or dry storage?

    Thank you. Love the instructions.

    • Ruth Nicholson says:

      My sister freezes her homemade fruit roll-ups until Christmas when she puts them in her daughter’s stocking. They stay super fresh that way. Generally, fruit can last about 8-10 months in a freezer, but being dried it can probably last a bit longer than that.

  2. Myra says:

    “make sure it doesn’t contain any chemicals”
    Everything is a chemical. Oxygen, water, and vitamins are all chemicals. Strawberries even contain things like pelargonidin 3-glucoside. I really wish people would better understand their topics instead of using buzz words.

    • Darlene says:

      Your reply is correct, but it seems the “no chemicals” thing has come to mean “no added harmful chemicals”. I like that the amount of sweetener can be controlled in this recipe as I’m diabetic and must track carbs.

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