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Goji Berry Leathers

What you need: 

1/2 cup dried goji berries
1 cup applesauce (unsweetened, unflavored)

What you do: 

1. Place goji berries into a 2 cup measuring cup and add water to cover. Let soak an hour or so until they are rehydrated.
2. Place apple sauce into measuring cup. Pour mix (berries, soaking water, applesauce) into blender and blend until the berries are mixed in well. Add water, if needed, to thin.
3. Pour onto lined dehydrator sheet and dry at 135 degrees F for 6-7 hours (until it is leathery and dry). Once cooled, cut into smaller pieces to your liking.
This makes 1 sheet in my economy excalibur (11"pans).

Preparation Time: 
10 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
6
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SO HOW'D IT GO?

i didn't have goji berries, but i did have some frozen blueberries & some frozen mango chunks. i think the 1 cup applesauce to approx. 1/2 cup other fruit is a great ratio, and this amount seems to fit perfectly in my dehydrator tray! :) thanks for the recipe!

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other fruit should work. i get them at the asian food store - they aren't too much there.

re: photo - the top is mango. maybe not the best picture!

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This sounds good (I lurve fruit leather), but Goji berries can be so pricey! So, I'm wondering if you think this recipe would work with another kind of dried fruit (raisins, currants, longans, dates, figs, prunes, etc.).

Thanks!

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This probably is a silly question...but are there different colored goji berries?  Just asking because of the picture.  They look good.

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I've never made fruit leathers before, but I love goji berries and I want to try this.  What do you line the dehydrator trays with?

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