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This roll up is sweet, super easy to make, made of 100 percent pure fruits. Ingrdients are readily available.

I like leathery fruit roll ups. But looking at the ingredients list in some big name company's Fruit Roll-Ups: pears from concentrate, corn syrup, dried corn syrup, sugar, partially hydrogenated cottonseed oil, citric acid, sodium citrate, acetylated monoglycerides, fruit pectin, dextrose, maltic acid, ascorbic acid, natural flavor and the following food coloring: blue 1, red 40 and yellows 5 and 6. There are a few things I'd rather not put hem in my body or anybody else's. But there is hope I might have it my way, that  few things are to prolong shelf life, shorten processing time or add color. It can be done without them for consuming them fresh and in natural colors. It turned out I'm right.

Thanks Instructables the Contest Purple for giving bonus points for those who incorporate figs into their project. I immediately checked out what is the fuzz about figs. Sweet,  rich in  phyto-nutrients, anti-oxidants and vitamins, I'm in! I tried making a few things with figs and decided to share this one with everyone. So get ready.

You'll need:

3 Dried black mission figs, sliced thin
3 Dried dates, sliced and pitted
3 Strawberries, washed, stem removed
1/3 Cup blueberries, washed

1 Banana, peeled

Baking pan or sheet
Non-stick parchment paper

Step 1: Grind Ingredients Into Puree Consistency

Place fruits into blender in the order of strawberries, blueberries, dates, figs and banana. Reserve slices of one fig for later use as marble toppings.
Pulse a few times, then grind at high-smoothie setting.
It look zoo good and perfect to bring to sky!
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Looks good!
Looks good! Would like to make some real soon. Thanks for the instructable!
Thanks for taking time to comment. I'm glad you liked it.

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