Sunday, December 23, 2012

making blueberry leather

We used blueberries picked earlier this year...probably a good two pounds worth.


Grind up fruit in processor. We used the Magic Bullet, as it is less to wash.


We lined the pan with wax paper and I sprayed it with nonstick spray to be on the safe side.


Spread processed fruit across pan.


It should be left to dry and dehydrate. Due to weather conditions, I did put it in the oven at 100 degrees Fahrenheit to speed the dehydration process along.



This is the leather at the end of the process. It had been flipped and allowed to dry on both sides. We broke it into pieces and put in a container to eat for snacks.


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