this recipe from the Sugar Free Mom. Of course, we used a tablespoon of honey as our sweetener, as we purchased some fresh at the berry farm!
These were a big hit. (I admit, I only rolled 3 of them. My tape did NOT want to stick to the parchment paper, and the additional paper felt a bit wasteful to me. So, I cut the rest into strips and sealed them in a Ziploc bag.
this recipe from WikiHow to do Anything.
I put both trays in the oven and set it at the lowest temperature - 170 degrees Fahrenheit - and set a timer for 7 hours. The blueberry finished early and the peach/pear took longer.
I also made the mistake of scooping two small spoonfuls of the peach/pear batch for my youngest and I to sample before it baked. Umm... YUM!!! That resulted with the two of us whipping up a second batch of this flavor and popping it into the refrigerator to bake the next day. It was a very wise decision, as the first tray was devoured in a day.
this recipe for Triple Fruit Roll Ups at Food Well Said. We had strawberries in the refrigerator - leftover from some I bought for a fruit salad I took to a dinner gathering on Saturday night. The blueberries and honey, we picked/purchased on Saturday. And the rhubarb came from our backyard. (It was our first time harvesting any!) This was my husband's favorite recipe. I like the tart flavor from the rhubarb.
Unlike fruit roll ups sold in the stores, these have
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