These homemade fruit rollups are healthy and so delicious. With only a fraction of the sugar you find in store-bought versions, this recipe is a great way to satisfy your kids’ sweet tooth cravings. Or yours.
We all grew up with boxes of fruit rollups. Didn’t we? Whether you wrapped it around your fingers or you ate the three-foot long sugary treat bite-by-bite, you know fruit rollups all too well. And you know that they weren’t the best things to eat. They’re full of sugar and other ingredients that we probably shouldn’t be putting in our bodies.
Que this homemade fruit rollup recipe.
Seriously. You can make them right at home. With only three ingredients.
Yup. I said three.
You know exactly what goes into these treats. No bad, harmful ingredients. And you can control the amount of sugar, too.
I’m showing you the recipe for berry-flavored rollups, but honestly, you could use any fruit for any flavor you’d like.
It’s so easy to make these fruit rollups too:
- Wash and clean your fruit. Remove all leaves, stems, cores.
- Add fruit into your food processor with the sugar.
- Transfer the puree to a saucepan.
- Cook until most of the liquid evaporates.
- Spread onto parchment paper and let cool.
Voila! That’s all there is to it. I bet you never thought making homemade fruit rollups could be this easy. It is. But it’s so delicious!
What do I need to make this recipe?
Here are some more tasty fruit recipes to try:
This Baked Warm Fruit Salad has chocolate, coconut, and almonds to please your taste buds and sweet cravings!
You can learn How to Make Homemade Fruit Juice right at home! It’s delicious and perfectly sweetened.
Easy Fruit Roll-Ups with 3 Ingredients
- 2 lbs berries
- ¼ cup sugar
- 1 lemon
- Wash and cut off any leaves from 2 pounds of berries.2 lbs berries
- Add berries to the food processor with ¼ cup of sugar. Beat till smooth.¼ cup sugar
- Cut 1 fresh lemon and squeeze the juice out over the berries. Beat for another minute.1 lemon
- Preheat oven to 200F.
- Transfer pureed fruit to a saucepan.
- Over medium-high heat let the pureed berries simmer, stirring occasionally.
- Reduce to medium-low and cook until most of the liquid evaporates. (Will take about 30 minutes.)
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Using a spatula spread the berries onto the parchment paper into a thin layer.
- Bake for 4-5 hours in the oven on 200F. (oven may vary but I have found that 5 hours is enough for most ovens) The top should not be very sticky.
- Peel the fruit roll-up onto a clean parchment paper, the moist side up (bottom side). Bake for another 40-60 minutes.
- Let cool completely (happens very quickly).
- Cut and enjoy!