It’s another recipe reboot babyyyyyyy! I wanted to rewind back to one of my old Q13 news appearances. In this one we were using our dehydrator to make a bunch of snacks, and I made homemade fruit leather! The old news segment is so cringy… I barely smiled! The one thing that was good, however, were the recipes! I took my old (and delicious) homemade fruit leather recipe and made a 2.0 version – my Marbled Peach and Blueberry Fruit Leather!
It’s such a simple recipe, and it makes a perfect after school snack! Just make a giant batch, and eat it throughout the week. You can totally customize the flavors too, so if you are not a peach or blueberry fan, make it raspberry and nectarine! Or Blackberry and strawberry! That’s one of the things I love about this recipe, is it is super customizable. PLUS it’s crazy beautiful! Hopefully you guys like THIS video better than my old one, and hopefully it isn’t as… awkward (haha)! I totally recommend you guys give this a try! I brought a batch to school the other day, and all my friends were totally impressed.
Let me know in the comments if you guys try it, and if you do, what your favorite combos are! Bye guys!
RECIPE REBOOT! Marbled Peach and Blueberry Fruit Leather
Peach mix ingredients:
- 4 peaches washed pitted and chopped
- ¼ cup water
- 1 Tbsp honey
Blueberry mix ingredients:
- ½ a big box blueberries
- 2 Tbsp water
- 1.5 tsp honey
In a medium pot, add all the peach mixture ingredients. In a smaller pot, add all the blueberry mixture ingredients. Bring both pots to a boil.
Let both pots simmer until the mixture thickens, about 5-7 minutes.
Separately blend each mixture until smooth.
Pour each mixture into two separate mesh strainers or sieves over two separate containers. Press the mixture through to remove any clumps and skin.
Set up your dehydrator by adding in the plastic sheet layer. If you don't have a dehydrator, you can use an oven. If you are using an oven, line a baking tray with parchment paper.
Starting with the peach mixture, add it to your dehydrator or your baking tray and smooth it out evenly.
Drizzle your blueberry mixture on top of the peach mixture. This can be be rustic and messy.
Take a chopstick and make little designs swirling the two flavors and colors together until you get the marbled look you want.
On the medium high setting, dehydrate for 4-8 hours, or cook in the oven at 140 degrees for 4-8 hours.
Cut into strips or triangles, roll up, and tie with a string. Enjoy!