Fruit Leather Roll-Ups — Food Network Kitchens

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For recent story on old-school fruit leather roll-ups in Food Network Magazine’s September issue, chefs in Food Network Kitchens tried all sorts of combos, but apple-ginger, spicy mango and raspberry-vanilla were clear favorites. Don’t ask for pineapple, "No matter how many times recipe developers tried it, it just wouldn’t set."

Get the recipe: Fruit Leather Roll-Ups

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