Easy Fruit Leather Recipe | Banana Nectarine Roll Ups. Post sponsored by Wet Ones®. All creative and delicious opinions are my own. #WishIHadaWetOnes
Easy Fruit Leather Recipe | Banana Nectarine Roll Ups
Do you fruit leather too?
Hi I’m Christie, and I’m addicted to homemade fruit leather.
It’s the perfect culmination of everything we love: the sweetness of candy, the healthier snack option, and the use-up-the-fruit-before-it-spoils S.O.S. plan. And with back-to-school here, I’m taking every opportunity to give my kids more of the homemade goodness than the packaged stuff. So today, I’m sharing my Easy Fruit Leather Recipe for Banana Nectarine Roll Ups, a perfect combo for school snacking!
One thing that you can always find an abundance of in my house is fresh fruit. We love having fresh fruit for snacking at any time of the day. But you know how it goes, there are busy schedules and rotting fruit to contend with. And it always brings a sad face to throw away once perfectly good fruit.
So instead of spoiling, I’m creating! Our fruit is getting a face lift this fall season with easy fruit leather recipes.
This sticky, sweet and perfectly packed school snack option works wonders in our bento box lunches. And the best part? It keeps well…really well. Like up to a month (if it lasts that long). If you’re not the DIY Fruit Leather lover like me yet, I hope this post will change your mind. Here’s how to make your Banana Nectarine Roll Ups.
Easy Fruit Leather Recipe for School Lunches | Banana Nectarine Roll Ups
- 2 Ripe Medium/Large Bananas peeled
- 2 Ripe Medium/Large Nectarines peeled
- 1 TBSP Honey
- 1 TBSP Lemon Juice
- Parchment Paper
- Preheat oven to 200 degrees F.
- Using a blender, puree together the bananas, nectarines, honey and lemon juice until smooth
- Using a large cookie sheet, spread out your parchment paper to cover the entire bottom of the pan.
- Spread your fruit mixture on top of the paper, thin and even until entire bottom of pan is covered
- Bake for 3-5 hours, or until set and dry, with most of the stickiness gone.
- Cut strips of fruit leather (attached to the parchment paper if desired) to your desired snack size.
- Store in an airtight container up to one month.
All of that sticky and sweet fruit leather goodness cannot be paired alone. Be sure to pack your child’s new favorite school snack along with Wet Ones Singles!
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This Banana Nectarine Fruit Leather Recipe is perfect for school lunches this season. I am proud to pack this healthy fruit snack alternative in my son’s bento boxes! Need another fruit leather idea? Check out my Raspberry Mango Fruit Leather Recipe!
My son can enjoy his sweet snack and get back to concentrating on first grade learning. Wet Ones Singles are now available at Target and are the perfect wipe for your child’s school lunches. I’m definitely stocked up for the school season.
What healthy snacks are you packing in your child’s school lunches?
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