mango pineapple fruit paper


raw vegan fruit paperthe journey began headed in the direction of fruit leather but ended happily as a raw and vegan healthy mango pineapple fruit paper. mango pineapple fruit paper has been given a double thumbs up and was also named by some local youngsters i know. they were completely happy to munch up every last roll i had available while giving detailed feedback.

ultimately this rawcipe is easily adjustable depending on how thin or thick you choose to spread the mixture and dry time is adjustable as well. once the sheet is dry it is simple to cut long thin fruit paper strips with a pizza cutter. my young taste testers liked the addition of parchment paper rolled in the mix for a full fruit-by-the-foot effect. raw vegan mango pineapple fruit paper is a refined sugar free healthy recipe that comes with a kid’s stamp of approval.

raw vegan mango pineapple fruit paper

mango pineapple fruit paper

3 cups pineapple, skinned, cored and chopped

2 cups mango, peeled, seeded and chopped

2 tablespoons lemon juice, fresh squeezed

place all ingredients in a blender and run on high util well mixed. pour onto a non-stick teflon dehydrator sheet and with a flat edge spread thin but not see through covering roughly one 14×14 sheet. dehydrate at 110 for 12 hours, peel non-stick sheet off and place on tray to dehydrate about three hours. about 15 hours total time of dehydration.

raw vegan mango pineapple fruit paper

this rawcipe is based on using fresh pineapple and mango but i believe it would work as well with frozen fruit too. it is also based on using an excalibur dehydrator but i believe it would work as well with an oven. if you try either alternative please comment below letting us know what you tried and how it worked out!


19 Responses to “mango pineapple fruit paper”
  1. THIs recipe looks so good. It is such a great snack for my late night of studying.

  2. Beautiful idea, love it!

  3. charlene says:

    Yummy! My kids will love it.

  4. These look delicious!

  5. Lynn M. says:

    Love this as it doesn’t have all that sugar of regular roll-ups! Plus its gluten free and I bet I can use lemon essential oil (the kind you can take internally) if I wanted to leave out the lemon juice! Great post!

    • Jessica says:

      agreed. it’s annoying what’s found in store bought goods and so much better to make them at home. i’m sure you could use the lemon essential oil, let me know how it turns out (:

  6. Yum! I have always wanted to make my own fruit paper/leater/roll-up, and this recipe looks like the perfect one to try! Mango and pineapple sound so refreshing.

  7. Taylor says:

    These look and sound so so delicious! I can’t wait to try it out for myself. Thanks for the great idea!

    xo, Taylor (

  8. Sheri Hoff says:

    These look delicious and so pretty with the ribbon tied around them. I don’t think about making treats like this, but it looks easy and nutritious.

  9. Dylan says:

    this is fantastic! I am so going to have to try this!

    • Jessica says:

      it’s such a simple recipe and awesome to have them on hand…unless you eat them all right away–which i’ve also done (:

  10. I used to kill fruit roll ups as a kid. Now that I am older, I’m seeing more and more recipes for all natural fruit leather and it’s awesome! I’ve saved this recipe to try later, though I think I’ll try with an oven. Thank you for this post! Cheers!

    Alicia Nicole xo

    • Jessica says:

      so funny, same here! and this will totally work with an oven. haven’t tried it yet but i would use a lower heat and watch them closely. shouldn’t take too long. enjoy!!

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