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Britta Young
Two ingredient fruit rollups: Strawberries and cinnamon! No added sugar.   Blend fruit until smooth, spread on a parchment-lined baking sheet, and bake in the oven on lowest temp until the fruit is dry.

Fruit Rollups

(Psst - Love desserts? Me too! That’s why I wrote an e-book about how to make them healthy. Take a peek here. Or maybe you'd like to learn how to eat healthy on a budget - check out my tips right over here. PDF versions are available here.) Did you ever wrap a fruit rollup…

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Oven Dried Cherry Tomatoes and A New Portfolio Website

If you like tomatoes as much as I do, then you will like today's recipe. We picked the last of our cherry tomatoes about a mont ago, and ...

Make Your Own Dried Fruit (in the oven) — time to stop buying the dried mangoes from costco :)

Make Your Own Dried Fruit — It's So Easy!

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Besides freezing fruit and making smoothies, another way to use up all that farmers market bounty in your kitchen is to dry it. Dried fruit is a great healthy

Dried citrus slices- To make orange, lemon, or other citrus slices, cut the fruits very thin and dry them in a dehydrator or in the oven at the lowest setting. Store in an airtight container and add the slices to water, iced tea, or hot tea.

Dried Citrus Slices: An Easy Way to Flavor Water and Tea

Looking for a way to pep up your water or tea? We love using fresh add-ins, but that isn’t always practical, especially if you work in an office. Dried citrus slices make a great alternative and they’re easy to store in your bag or at your desk.We got this idea from the Hollywood Farmer’s Kitchen, which recommends adding one or two slices of dried citrus to bottled water. Although we had added dried peels to hot tea, we had never thought of using whole slices in beverages.

Dried Fruit Rolls - DIY: Made with real fruit and no sugar.

Dried Fruit Rolls

Dried Fruit Rolls: A nice tasty treat. Fruit rolls are fun to eat, and not too hard to make. Inspired by Fruit Rollups, and Fruit Leather I made a fresh variation with no sugar added. WIth my families allergies, sack lunches were almost always in order. But what…

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How to Make Dried Fruit

How to Make Dried Fruit. Dried fruit is a good source of nutrients and is filled with vitamins and minerals. It is also rich in natural sugar. You can dry a wide variety of fruits, including grapes (sultanas, currants and raisins), apples...

dried fruit lollipops

Dry Fruit Lollipops

The word "lolly pop" dates to 1784, but initially referred to soft, rather than hard candy. The term may have derived from the term "lolly" (tongue) and "pop" (slap). Our Middle Eastern dry fruit Lollipops consisting mainly of hardened, flavored sucrose with corn syrup mounted on a stick and intended for sucking or licking…. lol

Dried fruit? Isn’t that kind of high in sugar? Well, the short answer is yes, but the long answer is that in small doses – such as in a nut-based snack mix, or sprinkled on top of a high-fat plain yogurt (e.g. Fage Total) for a sweet dessert – dried fruit can be a welcome […]

How to Make Dried Fruit

Dried fruit? Isn't that kind of high in sugar? Well, the short answer is yes, but the long answer is that in small doses - such as in a nut-based snack

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Adventures in Homesteading: Simple Fruit Dehydration

It was not exactly what we would call a kitchen. There were no water taps and sink, only pails and basins for carrying and heating water from the outdoor pump. There was no refrigerator or