Total Time: 4 hrs 10 mins
- 3 Cups fresh strawberries
- 1 tsp Maple Syrup
- 2 Tbsp fresh thyme, leaves picked
Step 1: Prepare a few sheets of baking paper, enough to cover a dehydrator sheet. And remove the stems from the strawberries and add them to a blender. If you’d like to sweeten your leathers, add your maple syrup now.
Step 2: Blend until completely smooth.
Step 3: Pour the mixture onto a prepared dehydrator sheet, set the temperature to 60 degrees Celcius for 4-5 hours. This process may take a little experimenting; use a wooden spoon to spread the mixture evenly on your prepared sheet – you don’t want the mixture to be too thick or too thin.
Step 4: Scatter your fresh thyme leaves over your strawberry mixture and let the machine do its magic.
Step 5: At the end of the 4 hours, the mixture should be dry and no longer sticky. Remove from the dehydrator and set aside to cool slightly.
Step 6: Use kitchen scissors to cut the leathers into strips and create your roll-ups.
Fruit leathers can be stored in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 months, but we doubt you’ll be able to resist them for that long.