Apricot leather anyone?

8 Aug

So, I picked a lot of apricots and then some of them became fruit leather.

Blend apricots with a banana and a little sugar if you want them sweeter, pour the concoction onto pans lined with plastic wrap. I pour mine into pancake size portions and let them air dry.

Here in Utah, I can place the pans out in the hot dry sun and by evening I have fruit leather. The other option is to put the fruit leather in a low oven for 5–6 hours to dry. If you have dried them au’natural it destroys anything which may be on the leather.

When dry, roll up, fill some zip-top plastic baggies, and put in freezer to store.



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