Elise Bauer over at Simply Recipes has one solution we can't wait to try: fruit leather!Chewy tangy fruit leather is one of our favorite grocery store check-out line indulgences. Bauer's process for making it at home involves cooking down a large amount of fruit into a puree and then dehydrating it at a very low oven temperature over the course of several hours.
We like that her method doesn't necessarily require a lot of extra sugar, so we get the real fruit flavor, pure and simple.
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• How To Make Fruit Leather from Simply Recipes
(Image: Elise Bauer for Simply Recipes)