MEG | HOMEMADE FRUIT ROLL UP

Published on September 15, 2014

We know that fruit roll-ups are fun and easy to eat…but did you know they’re also fun and easy to make?  Make this special treat for your kids lunch box! Subscribe to WUM for new vids every M-W-Th-F! http://bit.ly/sub2moms

DOWNLOAD RECIPE HERE: Homemade Fruit Roll Up

INGREDIENTS
• Fresh fruit
• Honey or agave syrup

DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat your oven to 225.
2. Put your fruit in a blender. Larger fruits will need to be chopped first.
3. Add about a table spoon of honey or agave syrup into the blender as well. You’ll want to add more or less depending on your tastes and the tartness of your fruit.
4. Blend until the fruit and honey make a smooth puree.
5. Line backing sheets with parchment paper, which will ultimately become your fruit roll-up wrapping and will keep it from sticking to the baking sheet.
6. Pour the puree in a rectangular shape on the baking sheet.
7. Spread it out with a spatula until it forms a thin layer on the parchment paper.
8. Bake it in the oven for about three hours.
9. You’ll know your treat is ready when it’s not sticky to the touch.
10. Use kitchen shears to cut it into strips with the parchment paper still attached. Roll up each strip and voila, you’re done!

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ABOUT meg

Meg grew up in Connecticut and when she wasn’t busy pretending to be a mom, she was in the kitchen learning family recipes. She won over her husband, Alan, whom she met her freshman year at Stanford, with some very fancy homecooked meals. After working in finance and strategy for Gap and NBC-Universal, Meg returned to Stanford where she earned her MBA. Now with three kids of her own (Avery, 5; Brooks, 4 and Ryder 1), Meg’s husband doesn’t see too many of those fancy meals. But her kids eat very well! She believes good food is all it takes to make a friend, and she is grateful for all the friends she has made through her videos.

185 COMMENTS

185 thoughts on “MEG | HOMEMADE FRUIT ROLL UP

  1. Great idea Can you possibly be any more amazing I don t think I could tell my kids I m making these until after they re finished otherwise those 3 hours are going to be the longest 3 hours of my life with them asking are they finished yet at least 12 times an hour

  2. Great idea Can you possibly be any more amazing I don t think I could tell my kids I m making these until after they re finished otherwise those 3 hours are going to be the longest 3 hours of my life with them asking are they finished yet at least 12 times an hour

  3. omg this is amazing Got to be much better than the ones you get in shops god knows whats in those ones But honestly forget the kids im making this stuff for myself lol not that i have any kids right now but im not waiting to get my hands on this P

  4. omg you just saved my life or ruined it lol now I m going to make like a bazillion of these and my husband cant tell me I cant have it because it s homemade and healthier than the processed store brands

  5. Wow my mind is blown at how simple that was to do I was genuinely waiting for some jelly jello ingredients to be thrown in to keep it together Think I ll just stop buying the ready made stuff in shops now

  6. Great idea I m so impressed that you make all these healthy versions of these recipes and your kids eat them especially w a new born I have an idea for a video to add to your breastfeeding series Can you do a what I eat in a day video I m also nursing my youngest she s 12 weeks and trying to lose the weight I gained although you don t look like you have any more baby weight to lose I m curious what you eat in a typical day while nursing Thanks for all the great videos

  7. It is a so good idea Although mine didnt work the sides started burning after 1h30 and the rest was still wet under Should I make a thinner coat and let it less time Thanks you Marjolaine

  8. I tried this, but I love in England. Can you see what is coming? Well, we put them at the temperature you said, however it was degrees CELCIUS not Farenhight. We had a massive, black mess!!!! But I'm sure they're great without the burnt effect!!😊😊

  9. My mother would always do this
    We have these sour cherry trees around our garden
    We mash it up (not with a blender) and we just put it on a pan and leave it in our garden 😂

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