These homemade Tropical Fruit Roll-Ups are an easy healthy snack. Made in a dehydrator.
Here's a snack you can feel good about making for your kids. It has four ingredients, all of which are healthy.
I got the idea for these Tropical Fruit Roll-Ups when I was re-shooting my Tropical Sorbet. I decided to leave out the almond milk and turn the recipe into fruit roll ups.
What a great idea indeed! This tropical flavored homemade fruit leather is super fruity and flavorful.
This healthy snack is perfect for on the go. I plan on making a batch for my next road trip. It's nice to have a variety of vegan snacks for a vacation.
I like to keep a snack or two in my purse because I never know when hunger will strike.
There have been times when my car has broke down or my errands take longer than expected and I need a snack NOW. Those are the times I'm glad to be prepared with food in tow.
What Are Fruit Roll-Ups Made Of?
These Tropical Fruit Roll-Ups are made with banana, pineapple, mango, and lime juice. There are no preservatives or ingredients you can't pronounce, so you'll feel good about serving these to your kiddos.
How Are Tropical Fruit Roll-Ups Made?
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Tips for Making Homemade Tropical Fruit Roll-Ups
- Blend fruit in a food processor until there are no chunks of fruit.
- You can use fresh or frozen fruit.
- Spread mixture on a Teflon lined dehydrator sheet. It should be about ⅛" to ¼" thick. If it's spread too thin it will crack in spots.
- Dehydrate at 110°. Any higher than 118° and you start lose enzymes and nutrients.
- Check on fruit leather after eight hours. I had mine going for about 12 hours because I started it in the evening and checked on it when I woke up.
- The fruit leather is done when it's dry to the touch.
- Use a butter knife to lift the fruit leather off of the Teflon sheet. It should peel off easily.
- Slice with a pizza cutter or sharp knife.
- Cut parchment paper the same size to roll fruit leather in. This isn't necessary but can prevent them from sticking together.
- Store in a cool dark location. Tropical Fruit Leather will last up to a month if stored properly.
- Make a batch of sorbet while you're at it then you get two recipes for the price of one!
How Long Will Homemade Fruit Roll-Ups Last?
Homemade fruit roll-ups will last up to a month if stored properly. Store in a cool dark location in an airtight container.
Tropical Fruit Roll-Ups Recipe
This is one snack you can feel good serving your kids!
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Here's the dehydrator that I have. It's perfect for making fruit leather as well as other raw recipes.
Tropical Fruit Roll-Ups
- 1 banana
- 1 cup chopped mango
- 1 cup chopped pineapple
- 1 tablespoon lime juice
- Mix all ingredients in a food processor. Spread mixture on a teflon lined dehydrator tray. Spread it about ⅛" to ¼", but make sure you can't see through it. If it's too thin it will have holes in it.
- Dehydrate at 110° for 8 - 12 hours. The fruit leather is done when it's completely dry and slightly sticky to the touch. Use a butter knife to lift the fruit leather off the sheet. You should be able to peel it off the teflon sheet easily.
- If desired, you can cut parchment paper the same size as the fruit roll-ups to roll them in.
*Note: Nutrition information should be considered an estimate only. Different nutrition calculators give you different results.