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Yogurt Leather
Posted: August 26, 2016
Active Time
10 minutes
Total Time
8 minutes

Ingredients:

  • Jam, fruit sauce or fresh fruit
  • Plain yogurt
  • Honey, maple syrup or agave

Directions:

  1. 1. Add jam, fruit sauce or fresh fruit to home made or commercial yogurt, and puree.
  2. 2. Tasting the puree will tell you whether to add sweetener -- most fruits need none, but you can use honey, maple syrup or agave (honey and maple syrup will overpower some fruits). If required, add sweetener and re-taste, repeating as necessary.
  3. 3. Pour onto fruit leather sheets. If your sheets don't have a raised edge, leave enough room (usually about an inch) to allow for spreading during drying.
  4. 4. Dry until it feels leathery and is pliable, with no wet or sticky spots (usually 6 to 8 hours).
  5. 5. Remove from the tray while it's still warm, then cut and roll up. (It rolls best while still warm.)
  6. 6. Wrap individual rolls in plastic wrap, label with date and flavor, and store in a plastic bag or sealed container. Freeze to store.

Author's Notes:

Dropping puree on trays in spoonfuls instead of pouring will yield tasty bite size kisses that make great party treats!

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Yogurt Leather

  • Prep
    10 minutes
  • Total Time
    8 minutes

Ingredients

  • Jam, fruit sauce or fresh fruit
  • Plain yogurt
  • Honey, maple syrup or agave

Directions

  1. 1. Add jam, fruit sauce or fresh fruit to home made or commercial yogurt, and puree.
  2. 2. Tasting the puree will tell you whether to add sweetener -- most fruits need none, but you can use honey, maple syrup or agave (honey and maple syrup will overpower some fruits). If required, add sweetener and re-taste, repeating as necessary.
  3. 3. Pour onto fruit leather sheets. If your sheets don't have a raised edge, leave enough room (usually about an inch) to allow for spreading during drying.
  4. 4. Dry until it feels leathery and is pliable, with no wet or sticky spots (usually 6 to 8 hours).
  5. 5. Remove from the tray while it's still warm, then cut and roll up. (It rolls best while still warm.)
  6. 6. Wrap individual rolls in plastic wrap, label with date and flavor, and store in a plastic bag or sealed container. Freeze to store.

Author's Notes

Dropping puree on trays in spoonfuls instead of pouring will yield tasty bite size kisses that make great party treats!

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