Yield: Yields 10 to 12 pieces
Summer berries and stone fruit make great jellies and jams, but dehydration is an equally delicious way to preserve them; it transforms your favorite fruit into a sweet, chewy snack that’s amazingly easy to make and lasts for months.
Video: Watch our Homegrown/Homemade team demonstrate how to make fruit leather with their crop of fresh strawberries.
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Make Ahead Tips
Fruit leather can be stored in an airtight plastic bag at room temperature for 3 to 4 weeks or in the freezer for 2 to 3 months.
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