Homemade Blueberry Goji Fruit Leathers
Once your fruit leathers are done, you can wrap them up using parchment or wax paper.
This keeps them from getting stuck to each other as you store them. I use parchment (there’s always plenty in my kitchen) and then place them in a Ziploc bag and store them in the fridge. They last a good long time–much longer than it’ll take you to enjoy them
See? Easy. I tend to make a very large fruit leather with each recipe, then cut it into smaller pieces as needed, but you could also try spreading your mixture into smaller circles before you dehydrate. It’s really up to you.Look at the beautiful blueberry goji color — you’d think I’d used blackberries!
Any questions? Let me know. I hope you enjoy making these at home. Tomorrow, another use for delicious summer berries…so stay tuned!