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Homemade Pineapple Mango Fruit Leathers

25 Comments

If you and/or your kiddos love snacking on fruit leathers, consider making your own all-natural version at home with no artificial dyes or ingredients! Use any ripe fruit combinations that your family loves and the result is a sweet and chewy portable snack. You can easily control the amount of added sugar by adding as much or as little of your choice of sweetener.

Homemade Pineapple Mango Fruit Leathers

Recipe idea from Door to Door Organics

Ingredients:

3 cups fresh or frozen pineapple and mango, chopped (about 2 mangos and 1/2 pineapple)
1 tablespoon honey (optional)
It's so easy to make homemade fruit leather. Hip2Save.com
Directions: Puree fruit and spread on a large baking sheet. Either use a Non-Stick Silicone Baking Mat (I love the Silpat brand!) or cover a baking sheet with parchment paper. Use a pie server or something smooth to spread mixture out evenly – it should be about 1/8 inch thick. Bake at 175 degrees for about 5 1/2-6 hours. Start by checking at hour 5 to see if sides are done. The texture will be smooth and not tacky if dried. If the sides are done and the middle is still wet, use a pizza cutter to cut off portions that are firm so they do not get crispy. Roll up pieces on parchment paper or plastic wrap if desired. Store in airtight container.


Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Lina is a proud mom of 2 small kids who loves photography, all holidays, cooking, thrift store makeovers, bargain shopping, and DIY makeovers. Her goal is to create a beautiful life and stylish home on a dime! To see all of Lina’s recipes created just for Hip2Save, click here.

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Comments 25

  1. Edy

    For a moment , I thought you were making mangonada’s when , I saw the mango word ! I saw at the market the mango leathers sprinkled with chili pepper! Mixed with other fruits

  2. Queenmum

    Yummy! My kids love fruit leather but I don’t love all the added sugar. Thanks 🙂 now my mouth is watering

  3. elli

    5 1/2-6 hours???, too much time

    • Shannon

      Especially in summer when no one wants to heat up their house with an oven on for that long. Yikes!

      • Delores

        get a food dehydrator, I make all kinds of yummy fruit leather without heating up my house and no added sugars

        • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

          I’m actually considering it! So yummy !

      • Ashley

        Personally- with the oven set at a temp of 175- our house doesn’t heat up much at all..even if it’s for several hours… Maybe we’re just lucky though!

    • meg

      ?? So don’t make them. Y even comment about it if u feel that its to long to cook??? How about say nothing or a thanks for the recipe? Smh.

      • Shannon

        Just saying it would warm up the house- i.e.- great recipe for winter…

  4. 3WonkyDogs

    Yum! Easy enough for my nieces and I to make. Thank you!

  5. Jennifer

    So I can use fresh mango that I put up in the freezer and it will work? I’m sure it does take a long time in the oven because of the high water content.

  6. Kat

    I make these too, but I sauté them on the stovetop before putting them into the oven until the mixture thickens up a bit. I’m basically evaporating the water out to lower the cook time in the oven. It still takes a few hours, but not the 5-7 like most of the recipes online call for.

    • April H

      Great idea. Thanks for the tip.

    • Delaney

      Good idea.. I will try next time. Actually when last time I tried making some I got anxious after 4 hrs as they were no where near to done so microwaved it for few secs multiple times and it was done (edges were lil brown but 5-7 hrs is too much I feel)

  7. KimA

    Couldn’t you just use a food dehydrator and get the same results? In the oven that long cost way too much $$ in electricity bill. One reason why I don’t bake or use the oven much.

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Yes.

    • CW

      Agree Kim

  8. Luv

    Are these like the fruit roll ups?

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Yes. Just like them.

  9. Laura

    Thanks Lina! I’m excited to try them!!

  10. Betsy

    My oven won’t go below 200. Think that’d be ok?

  11. meg

    Looks delicious! Thanks for posting this!

  12. B

    Yes using a dehydrator for this is great! No use in heating up the house in the summer and it uses much less energy. Plus I feel it creates a better consistency than baked ones. 🙂

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Yes of course if you have one 🙂

  13. Laura

    Lina, could you sun bake them with a cheese cloth covering it?

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