Want to try fruit leather recipes for healthy desserts and snacks? If you want something sweet yet healthy to snack on, these easy fruit leather recipes are just what you’re looking for!
Easy Homemade Fruit Leather Recipes You’ll Love
Growing our own vegetables and fruits is very rewarding–so much so, sometimes we just grow a little too much. While I love canning vegetables and dehydrating fruits to preserve them, sometimes, the process can get a little tiring and boring, especially when there’s just way too much produce. It would be a shame for my fresh harvest to rot and end up in the compost pile. Luckily, you will not run out of ideas online for your extra fruits and vegetables so you can enjoy them longer. Take these homemade fruit leather recipes which I am having fun making and eating with my little ones. Help yourself to these chewy and juicy fruit leather recipes you can enjoy without worries.
Apple pies, apple sauce, vinegar, and pastries, are just a few uses of apples. But when apples are in season, the yield is anything but few. Make room for apple fruit leather in your apple-product arsenal.
2. Very Berry Fruit Leather
If you love berries–blueberry, raspberry, and strawberry, you’ve got to give this berry fruit leather a try. You can also add or try other berries like cranberries and blackberries, especially if they’re in season.
3. Homemade Peach Fruit Roll Ups
4. Strawberry Chia Fruit Leather Recipe
5. Apple Cinnamon Fruit Leather
Add spice to your apple fruit roll-ups with a bit of cinnamon for a more interesting taste. Tickle your taste buds with this cool combo perfect for summer snacks.
6. Homemade Naturally Sweetened Blueberry Roll Ups
7. Mango Lime Fruit Leather
Make sure to use sweet and ripe mangoes to balance the citrusy acidity of the lime. This is one fruit leather recipe you will never get sick munching on.
8. Easy Nectarine Blueberry Fruit Roll Ups
The sweet and fruity aroma of nectarine with the delicious and tangy taste of blueberries will have you craving for this toothsome snack. You’ll also find the color combo so delightful, you’ll want more!
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9. Spicy Strawberry Fruit Leather
If you’re into sweet and spicy foods, this zesty strawberry fruit leather is for you. Snack on something out of the ordinary with this strawberries and pepper combo.
10. Strawberry Lemonade Fruit Leather
It’s best to eat homegrown strawberries with the overuse of fertilizers in commercial strawberries. You can never have too much of strawberries, with lots of delicious recipes to make from them–like this zesty and fruity strawberry and lemonade fruit leather.
11. Watermelon Fruit Leather Recipe
Got a bumper crop of watermelon in your garden this summer? That’s great! With this refreshing fruit, you’ll have a great time making this watermelon fruit leather with your kids.
12. Pineapple Fruit Leather
Get a taste of the tropics this summer with these pineapple fruit roll-ups. You’ll love the sweet and tangy taste of this fruit leather recipe.
13. Apricot Fruit Leather
14. Peach Raspberry Fruit Leather
You’ll love this interesting mash-up of raspberries and peaches in this fruit leather recipe looking more like a pretty ribbon than food. The secret to this beautiful fruit leather recipe? It’s in the thickness and the swirl.
15. Strawberry Mango Fruit Leather
Strawberry and mango are definitely a juicy and fruity combo. Mix them up in this chewy fruit leather recipe and you’ve got a gooey delight your kids will love.
16. Homemade Blackberry Paleo Fruit Roll Ups
17. Cherry Fruit Leather
Check out this video on how to make easy homemade strawberry fruit roll ups:
There you have it, healthy eaters! Homemade fruit leather recipes you can crave and snack on without worrying about sugar and calories. Now you don’t have to worry about your harvest or fruits in season. With this added healthy homemade snack idea, you can always make fruit leather recipes with them!
Which fruit leather recipe will you try to roll? Let us know below in the comments!
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in January 2016 and has been updated for quality and relevancy.