Fruit leather

Bella loves fruits and fruit leather as a snack in the afternoon. Buying them at the store can get quit pricey so I made my own and my toughest critic (Bella) gave it thumbs up and said “you’re pretty cleaver mom”. I live for comments like that:)

Off course for this recipe you need a dehydrator or a hot air oven. You can use pretty much any fruit but for this one I used a leftover kiwi on it’s last leg and one banana. It was a great combination. If you don’t like the look of the seeds from the kiwi you can always strain the kiwi first to remove them.

1 large banana, peeled
1 kiwi or other fruit, peeled
1 squirt of lemon juice

Puree until creamy and no lumps exists. Use a spatula to spread thin on a parchment paper. Dehydrate on F105 until it’s dry and you can peel the leather of the parchment paper.

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