We are back with one more fruit leather recipe for you. This one is simple and delicious. It's the perfect addition to your child's lunch box. Strawberry vanilla fruit leather - my kids gobbled this right up! So did I, for that matter. And you can't go wrong with 3 ingredients! Strawberries, vanilla extract, and honey. Puree in your blender and spread on your dehydrator fruit leather sheet - or on a silpat on a cookie sheet if you're oven dehydrating. Skip the fruit by the . . .
Need a savory snack to satisfy your afternoon sweet tooth? You've gotta try these dehydrator green bean crisps. So so easy and so addicting. I am hooked on dehydrator foods lately. You need to check out our Raspberry Peach Fruit Leather? Or our Apple Chips? My kids go crazy over them!! USING A DEHYDRATOR I hate to admit it, but my dehydrator sat in the box for nearly a year before I used it. I was really intimidated and by it. But once I tried a few things out I was hooked. . . .
Homemade fruit leather has become a fast favorite around our house. It is so easy, and the combinations are endless. I hope you all have been enjoying our Summer Snack Series here on Oh So. Today I want to share one of our very favorite fruit leather combos - mango lime. Years ago I was told to always eat mango with a squeeze of lime - and oh boy that was such good advice. It is such a nice combo - the sweet with the tart is a party on your tongue. So - of course I put this combo . . .
We're back with another summer snack idea! Up on the menu today are lime and sea salt sweet potato chips. Toss that bag of greasy potato chips in the trash and hand your kids and bowl of these babies! I love that I know what is in these snacks. Today all you have are sweet potatoes, lime, and a pinch of salt. I certainly don't feel guilt serving my kids this snack. With the sweet potato, the tart lime, and the crunch of sea salt - this is sure to be your new favorite afternoon . . .
Anyone else super addicted to the giant size dried mango Costco sells? It's so delicious! Right now mangoes are in season and lookin' all beautiful. There is no reason you should go buy a big expensive bag of mangeos when you can make your own and they are only .30 cents a mango. Dehydrating mangoes are super easy! Here are a few tips to drying your own mangoes... 1. Let your mango's ripen almost till you think they are about to go bad, but don't let them go bad!! they will be ultra sweet . . .
Fruit leather is amazing, especially homemade fruit leather. I have loved it since I was a kid, and my kids love it now. The really tasty store bought fruit leather has a ton of sugar in it, and the organic sugar free fruit leather is kinda bland- at least compared to homemade fresh from the dehydrator/oven fruit leather. It's so easy to blend up in a blender, smooth out, bake, eat. You want to smooth it out so it is nice even. you don't want it to be too thick or it will take too long . . .
Ever since I was a kid I have loved fruit leather, fruit roll ups, fruit by the foot, and fruit snacks. So when I learned I could make my own with 2 or 3 ingredients I was pretty darn excited. Skip all of the added sugars and preservatives and treat your kids to something natural and delicious. Making Homemade Fruit Leather This stuff doesn't last long in our house. My kids eat it up so fast and I don't feel guilty one bit. Fruit leathers are easy to make in the . . .
I want to introduce you all to a little BIG product Des and I have been working on. Summertime is the ultimate season for snacking. We spend countless hours at the beach, at the park, camping, in the car during a long road trip, or lazily lounging in front of the TV. So instead of turning to your usual pint of ice cream, bag of potato chips, and sugar fruit snacks - we wanted to create a series of tasty, fun, and HEALTHY snacks for you and your family to enjoy this summer. But it doesn't . . .