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Thermomix Fruit straps / leather - Anti Roll Ups


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Ingredients

210 g

Roll Ups

  • 1200 grams Apple or fruit of your choice, peeled, cored and roughly chopped
  • 2 bananas, broken into pieces
  • pinch ground cinnamon, to taste can leave out
  • 1/2 lemon juice only
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Peel, core and roughly chop apples, add to TM bowl

    Peel bananas and cinnamon (optional) Add to TM bowl

    Cook for 12 minutes /  100C /  speed 2.

    Add lemon juice and puree  1 minute / speed 9 by going slowly up to speed 9.

    Set oven to 65 degrees.

    Spread thinly onto trays, Tip - not too thick and they will take longer to dry!

    Place trays into the oven to dry the puree to fruit strap / leather texture.

    Approx 6 hours can take up to 8 

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Tip

Can use any fruit to make these

Spread the puree over several trays rather than a couple of large trays as your fruit will dehydrate in less time.

If it is a nice sunny day you can place the trays in the sun to dehydrate naturally.

This recipe makes 210grams 

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Hide them from you Husband so the kids get some!

 


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  • 60deg in my oven and they were over done in 2...

    Submitted by MrsLichos on 3. June 2018 - 15:49.

    60deg in my oven and they were over done in 2 hours. Turned the first batch into chips and they were all eaten. Second batch I turned the oven off after 15 min and let them dry in the oven. Turned out beautifully.

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  • We leave the peel on. Just wash thoroughly, maybe...

    Submitted by Rinny_D on 17. January 2018 - 08:56.

    We leave the peel on. Just wash thoroughly, maybe do a vinegar & water soak/gentle scrub.


    This time we made 'plain' apricot. Thank you for the recipe tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • kdsauer: I make a similar recipe from a book I...

    Submitted by MrsBrowne on 20. November 2017 - 20:04.

    kdsauer: I make a similar recipe from a book I have (had to search this time because we are between houses and my recipe book is at the wrong house!) and it doesn't say to peel them so I never have. They always turn out great and my 4 year old loves them. tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • Fantastic recipe Monica! Waiting for mango season...

    Submitted by sarahh on 25. October 2017 - 07:28.

    Fantastic recipe Monica! Waiting for mango season specials! Winter winning flavour, pear and cinnamon.

    sarah

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  • Hi Im wondering if the fruit HAS to be peeled or...

    Submitted by kdsauer on 12. June 2017 - 11:39.

    Hi I'm wondering if the fruit HAS to be peeled or if you can leave it on. Might change the texture but has anyone tried leaving the skin on?

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  • Still a great rrecipe !

    Submitted by 123thermome on 14. February 2017 - 10:43.

    Still a great rrecipe !

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  • loved by all

    Submitted by Kim Clews on 9. April 2016 - 22:23.

    loved by all

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  • I've made these 4 times so

    Submitted by 123thermome on 14. February 2016 - 21:38.

    I've made these 4 times so far. My children love them and they are a great way to use up left over fruit. it doesn't matter what season you are always going to get something fresh! Thanks! 

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  • Kids love these. I make pear

    Submitted by Hattie on 12. May 2015 - 12:38.

    Kids love these. I make pear and blueberry/raspberry/mango tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • Great tip thanks for sharing.

    Submitted by Monica Falconer - Consultant on 19. March 2015 - 08:47.

    Great tip thanks for sharing.  I have not made straight plum as I try to keep the cost down by bulking up with apple or pear therefore adding some natural sugar tmrc_emoticons.-).  Yesterday I made a mixture of all the friut in the crisper that would have generally been thrown away....pear, apple, plum and peach with a banana!

    Monica Falconer - Group Leader 

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  • I used plums, and they were a

    Submitted by mrsm_jones on 16. March 2015 - 12:50.

    I used plums, and they were a bit tart, so had to add a bit of sugar, but the kids loved them after that. Will use more ripe fruit next time tmrc_emoticons.)

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