My kids are obsessed with Fruit Roll Ups but with the storebought ones I feel like they are eating lollies. These homemade fruit roll ups allow you to control the fruit you use and the amount of sugar.



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Ingredients (makes 12 small fruit roll ups)

  • 2 punnets Ripe Strawberries
  • 1 cup Raspberries (fresh or frozen)
  • 2 tbs Honey or Rice Malt Syrup

Method

  1. Preheat oven to 100 degrees celcius (fan forced) or 120 degrees (non fan forced).
  2. Rinse strawberries and remove stems.
  3. Place strawberries, raspberries and honey/rice malt syrup into a blender or food processor and blitz until there are no lumps at all.
  4. Place a sheet of baking paper onto a cookie sheet (or large flat baking tray) and then pour half of the fruit mixture onto the paper. Spread the mixture as evenly as possible - right out to the edges of the paper. Spend a little time making the mixture as even as possible so that the edges don't dry out too quickly versus the middle. Use a second baking tray and paper for the other half of the mixture.
  5. Place in the oven for 2 - 3 hours. Check every hour - the fruit roll ups are ready to come out when the fruit mixture doesn't stick to your finger or come away when touched. Be patient and don't be tempted to increase the temp as this just dries out the edges too much and they won't roll.
  6. Once the mixture is dry to touch all over, remove from the oven and allow to cool.
  7. Once cool, cut the sheet of baking paper (with the fruit roll up still attached) into thirds lengthways and half across ways. Roll up and voila! Homemade Fruit Roll Ups!

Notes... You can try many different flavour combinations for these roll ups - Raspberry & Apple, Banana & Strawberry, Apple & Date, Raspberry and Blueberries etc.

  • Yumm, but I’d have to remove the seed of the raspberries as some of my kiddies are very finicky about them!

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  • I made these and they were great!

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  • Sounds nice, thank you for sharing.

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  • Wow these sound are so easy to make. Much better than store bought ones

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  • I had no idea they were so easy to make. And definitely not the sugar like the store bought version.

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  • Delicious! I make fruit leather at home but don’t add any sugar and it tastes fine without it. I never really thought to add it!

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  • Great recipe! I think I might try it in my dehydrator!

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  • I will be making these for my shin, he almost asks me to buy him roll ups but I refuse. My mum used to make home made roll ups when I was younger

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  • Thank you. I didn’t realise these could be home made and at least you know what’s in them and they’re preservative free.

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  • These look like a great snack idea.

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  • My don’t these look intriguing and so colourful. tHE KIDS WILL LOVE these.

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  • These sound fantastic. I’m going to try them thank you

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  • Can you use all frozen Fruit instead of fresh ive got loads in the freezer that just needs to be used ???

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  • great idea to make your own. thanks I will look forward to trying this and less sugar too than the store brought ones.

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  • My first attempt at making these using a different recipe didn’t work so well ???? tasted OK but the texture wasn’t right. Going to have to try again.

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