To try this on you own, you'll need:
1/3 Cup frozen black berries, washed
1/3 Cup frozen raspberries, washed
2 Strawberries, small to medium, washed, stem removed
3 Figs, sliced thin
1 Banana, peeled
Baking pan or sheet
Non-stick parchment paper
Frozen blackberries and raspberries can be found in your local grocery store in frozen fruits section. Figs can be found in Good Harvest Market near you or nuts.com.
Step 1: Puree
Pulse a few times, then process at high-smoothie setting.
Step 2: Prepare to bake
Clip the paper to the edges of the sheet if it doesn't seem to stay.
Transfer fruits puree into above lined and greased baking sheet. Use a spatula to spread it in a thin consistent layer. The thiner the better is my experience. Depending on the size of strawberries, banana and dried fruits, and the baking sheet or pan you have, if spreading to a whole sheet seems too thin, use fraction of the sheet; if too thick, skim off some puree and just eat it or use it to make a cup of smoothie for you, cooking is hard work:-). Take care of yourself.
Top the reserved fig slices on top. Press the slices slightly into the puree layer.