These sweet Kombucha Scoby Strawberry Fruit Roll-Ups are a great way to use up extra scobys. You'd never know there's a scoby in them!
There's one thing about kombucha brewing that you might not have heard. Kombucha scobys produce more kombucha scobys.
After a bunch of batches of kombucha you have a bunch of kombucha scobys. What to do with all of them? Do you give them away? Put them in a kombucha hotel in case one batch goes bad?
Maybe you throw them out. I have done all of the above and still there's more scobys. It's like a horror movie where kombucha scobys are taking over!
The solution: eat them. What, you say? Why on earth would I want to eat that chewy nasty looking thing?
Trust me, you won't even know you're eating one. These Kombucha Scoby Strawberry Fruit Roll-Ups are sweet and chewy just like store bought fruit leather.
Kombucha scobys can also be blended into your morning smoothie or made into scoby candy.
- Kombucha scoby
- Strawberries: Fresh or frozen strawberries both work. If using frozen strawberries, allow to thaw first.
- Maple syrup: Adds sweetness. You could also use agave syrup, dates or your favorite sweetener.
- Blend strawberries and chopped kombucha scoby in a food processor or high speed blender until smooth. There should be no scoby pieces.
- Add maple syrup to taste. If your strawberries are really sweet you will need less maple syrup or perhaps none at all.
- Spread the puree on a teflon lined dehydrator sheet.
- Dehydrate until you can easily peel it off the sheet and it's dry to the touch.
This fruit roll-up recipe will last 1 month in an airtight container.
Do I Have To Dehydrate It?
No, you could bake them in the oven at the lowest setting instead. I haven't tried this method yet, so I can't speak for the results. Dehydrating ensures a successful outcome; they won't burn or become crispy.
The reason for dehydrating is to keep all of the scoby's nutrients.
📖 Variations / Additions
- Other fruit: raspberries, blueberries, banana, mango, pineapple, peaches, or a blend of fruit like Tropical Fruit Roll-Ups or Cherry Banana Fruit Roll-Ups
- Spices: cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, allspice
- Cacao powder (or cocoa powder)
- Agave syrup, dates, sugar, brown sugar, or vanilla simple syrup
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Here's the dehydrator that I have. It's perfect for making fruit leather as well as other raw recipes.
Kombucha Scoby Strawberry Fruit Roll-Ups
- 1 ½ cups strawberries
- 1 cup chopped kombucha scoby
- 3 tablespoons maple syrup (depending on sweetness of strawberries)
- Add strawberries and chopped kombucha to a food processor. Mix until there are no scoby pieces.
- Taste to see how sweet / sour the mixture is. Add maple syrup, 1 tablespoonful at a time to see how sweet you want it. Mix until combined.
- Pour mixture ⅛ - ¼" thick onto a teflon lined dehydrator sheet. Dehydrate for about 24 hours at 110°, or until you can easily peel it away from the teflon sheet. It should be completely dry and sticky to the touch.
- Slice into long strips, about 2" wide.
*Note: Nutrition information should be considered an estimate only. Different nutrition calculators give you different results.
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