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Fruit leather is the perfect alternative to gummy bears and all those other tasty yet super sugary nibbles! For this recipe I have simply used rice syrup as a sweetener. Other than that, I've relied entirely on the sweetness of the fruit itself. This snack is ideal for taking to the pool or lake (I've ruined a number of bags in summer with melted chocolate) and it's also a hit with the kids. My tip: Mango and strawberries are also a great choice for fruit leather and if you're looking for something creamy, simply mix the fruit with a little soya yoghurt.
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How it's done
Bring the apple, rice syrup, lemon juice, water and spices to the boil, simmer over a low heat for approx. 10 mins., leave to cool. In a blender, puree the mixture with the raspberries until smooth. Transfer to a tray lined with baking paper and smooth down.
Bake/dry for approx. 4 hrs. in an oven preheated to 60°C (convection).
Use your finger to test whether the surface of the puree is dry. If it is still sticky, dry in the oven for a further 30-60 mins., leave to cool.
Cut the fruit leather and baking paper into approx. 16 strips.
|Shelf life:||Store in an airtight container for approx. 2 months.|
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