Fruit roll ups are a snack that kids love, I know mine do. And learning how to make fruit roll ups in the or air fryer at home will save you a ton of money on snacks.
This homemade fruit roll up recipe in the dehydrator is great and it makes it so the fruit leather is shelf stable. With just 3 ingredients, and a good blender or food processor, you will have healthy homemade fruit leather that you made all by yourself.
How To Make Fruit Roll Ups
- Blend your fruit
- Line the dehydrator trays with parchment paper
- Spread The fruit mixture in a thin layer
- After that, dehydrate
- You will know it’s don’t when it’s no longer sticky
- When it’s done you can cut into strips and rolls allow to cool completely before this step
You can use pretty much any fresh fruit or fruit mixture to make your own amazing fruit rollups. My favorite homemade fruit leather is strawberry fruit roll ups.
I like to roll this fruit leather recipe up right in the same parchment paper it baked on and cut into single serve strips.
What are the ingredients in this fruit roll ups recipe ?
Most importantly, this recipe uses only 3 ingredients, fruit, Splenda and lemon juice. You will need a food dehydrator for this recipe. But I will also include how to do this in the oven in the recipe notes.
Also, you will need parchment paper, a blender and your air fryer oven to make these fruit rollups. You will use the paper with your favorite fruit on it, after is dried and cut them into strips.
Did you know that with your air fryer oven you can also make amazing dry fruits?
These fruit rollups are so much better than the betty crocker version, in my opinion, and they are much healthier and made with way fewer ingredients.
How long does homemade fruit leather last?
This fruit rollups recipe will last about a month at room temperature or for up to a year if you wrap them tightly in plastic wrap or freezer bags.
But I am positive the kids won’t let them last that long.
Are Fruit RollUps healthy?
In short, this recipe is only 33 calories per serving and just 8 carbs per serving, sounds pretty healthy to me! Certainly, you could even eat these in moderation as a calorie snack.
How do you make this fruit leather recipe without a dehydrator?
To clarify, in the oven you can make these, just do everything as in the recipe, but use parchment lined baking sheet or baking pan or silicone baking mats in stead of the dehydrator racks and put your oven on its lowest setting. Then bake until it’s not sticky anymore.
How do you make fruit leather in a dehydrator?
If you follow my recipe below, you will be shocked at how super easy it is to make these at home. Check out the recipe below, it's really easy to make! Try this recipe to make apple fruit roll ups too.