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Strawberry Mango Fruit Roll-ups

Posted by on April 12, 2013

Strawberry Mango Fruit Roll-ups - Meatballs&Milkshakes

I’ve always been a big fan of fruit roll-ups, even though it’s somewhat embarrassing to admit. They are a guilty pleasure from when I was a kid, so when I saw how easy it was to make them at home, I was intrigued. To be fair, these are really more like the healthy fruit leathers from health stores, but I loved them nonetheless. And they are so easy, I can’t wait to try other flavors.

Strawberry Mango Fruit Roll-ups

1 1/2 pints strawberries, hulled

1 mango, diced

1 tablespoon honey (to taste)

1/2 teaspoon salt

Puree all ingredients in a food processor until completely smooth. You can strain out the strawberry seeds if you like, but it’s not necessary. Put two Silpats on baking sheets and pour the mixture onto them. Spread them out into a thin layer. If you can see the Silpat through the puree in spots, it will become dried and flaky before the rest is done so make sure you cover them with more puree.

Bake at the lowest setting your oven will do, I baked them at 270 degrees for 3 hours, but it depends on how thick your puree is. Bake until they are drier and you can start to peel them off the edge. Let cool and cut into roll-ups with kitchen shears.

Strawberry Mango Fruit Roll-ups - Meatballs&Milkshakes

6 Responses to Strawberry Mango Fruit Roll-ups

  1. apuginthekitchen

    I love fruit rollups and never thought it was so easy to make. Love this!

  2. perfectingdeliciousness

    Looks like fun to make and yummy! keep us posted on other flavors,,,,

  3. Liz

    love it! with little kiddos underfoot, this is perfect. not a fan of long ingredient lists on packaged foods, so this is idea. You are very creative :-)

  4. Mimi

    I never knew it was this easy! Thanks!

  5. undertheabaya

    If I don’t have silpat, can I use baking paper?

    • admin

      Yes, it may stick a little more though…wax paper or parchment paper should work.

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