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  1. April 10, 2013
    Melissa Whitcher

    Wow!! These look delicious! I can’t wait to try them. 3 ingredients makes them even more tempting. Thanks so much for sharing. I have enjoyed looking around your blog tonight. I found you over at Lil’ Luna. Pinning for later.

    By the way, I would love to have you link up this post at our party beginning tonight at 10:00 EST.

    Thanks so much,

    Melissa
    redflycreations(dot)com

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  2. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Surburble

    Melissa, I popped by your blog and I have to say that I really enjoyed checking it out! I’m following you now; looking forward to seeing what else you cook up!

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  3. April 10, 2013
    Tracey Kite

    Oh I have got to try this! And I LOVE your helpers! Thanks so much for sharing this on We Made That!

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  4. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Surburble

    Let me know if you do try this, Tracey! It’s really a very simple recipe, and the results are worth it! Thank you for having me in you little corner of the internet!

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  5. April 10, 2013
    Heather May

    I am definitely going to do this wit my kids! We have almost eliminated all dyes and non-organic stuff from our home so this would be a perfect treat! I am hosting today at ttp://www.frugalfitfamily.com – swing by if you can!

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  6. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Surburble

    Hi Heather!

    I popped by your linky party; thanks for the invite! Let me know if you try your hand at these. They take a bit of time (though not effort), but they’re very worth it!

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  7. April 10, 2013
    Krista Low

    I need to make these. They are so expensive to buy and you wonder how much real “fruit” is actually in them. Thanks for a great post!

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  8. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Surburble

    I hear you on the “how much real fruit is actually in this?” sentiment. The phrase “made with real fruit” is so misleading. Really… it can be made with 5% fruit and still qualify.
    It’s bogus…

    Thanks for the comment!

    Tara

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  9. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Surburble

    Hi Kim,

    Let me know if you try them out! Thanks for following! I will head over to your little neck o’ the woods and see what you’ve been cooking up too!

    Tara

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  10. April 10, 2013
    hi

    This looks so delicious! My daughter is obsessed with the fruity snacks, so I’ll definitely have to try this out. Pinned a few of your projects – new follower!
    Take Care!
    Kim @ Two Ten Designs
    http://www.twotendesigns.com

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  11. April 10, 2013
    Lauren Brown

    What a great idea!! I need to make some of these while strawberries are so inexpensive! I’d be thrilled if you’d link up at this week’s Off the Hook!

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  12. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Surburble

    Hi Lauren!

    I linked up at your party! Thank you for the invite! Please let me know if you try this recipe! I’m anxious to hear if others are as pleased with the results!

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  13. April 10, 2013
    amy of while wearing heels

    Yum! I’m still in my PJs, shamelessly, so I guess I could start to make my own batch :). These look delicious, love that you got your little ones involved. Especially love that your husband licked his fingers in smug satisfaction after eating them.

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  14. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Surburble

    I really should have put “pjs” on the ingredient list. I think they’re fairly essential!

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  15. April 10, 2013
    bethany dearden

    Oh my, this looks delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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  16. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Surburble

    They ARE so delicious. And with only three ingredients! It’s such a nice recipe.

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  17. April 10, 2013
    Loni Cuatt

    These look great! I don’t have kids yet, but I think I’ll make some for myself! 🙂

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  18. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Surburble

    Oh yes, you don’t need children to appreciate a good fruit leather! Please let me know how they turn out!

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  19. April 10, 2013
    Amber Koogler

    Might have to try this! Great Tutorial! Thank you for sharing with us!

    Give Me The Goods
    http://www.dimplesandpigtales.blogspot.com

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  20. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Surburble

    Thank you for having me at your party! Let me know if you give it a go!

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  21. April 10, 2013
    SiloHillFarm

    I have never made any kind of dehydrated fruit, but yours looks good! Your helpers are adorable…tatoos and all!

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  22. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Surburble

    Oh, thank you. My kids often a little bit smudgey and tattoo-ey, but they’re still pretty cute in my books. This was my first time making dehydrated anything too!

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  23. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Surburble

    Oh, let me know if you do! I’d love to hear how they turned out.

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  24. April 10, 2013
    Dwell on Joy

    YUM! I have never made these! Pinning to try soon 🙂

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  25. April 22, 2013
    Lisa

    On your condensed version of the recipe, you didn’t add the step where you cook the strawberry mixture in the pan. I almost skipped that step!

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    • April 22, 2013
      Tara @ Suburble

      Ack! What!?!?!? I’m changing that right now! Thank you, Lisa! What an oversight!

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    • April 30, 2013
      Lisa

      By the way, it turned out AMAZING. I’m making my third batch today. My 2 yr old daughter has recently had to switch to an all organic diet, because of allergies to pesticides and artificial coloring. She’s been so sad she can’t eat fruit by the foot anymore. Your recipe has saved me!

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    • April 30, 2013
      Tara @ Suburble

      Lisa – I’m so glad that it worked for you (and again, sorry about my PDF snafu. I hope that it didn’t affect anyone else who was too afraid to tell me)!

      I’m thrilled that your daughter is able to enjoy her favourite snack without worry. Now that strawberries are getting cheaper in the store again, I’m going to make a batch this week.

      Thank you for the update! I hope to see you around here again!

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  26. May 22, 2013
    Christoper

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  27. May 23, 2013
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  28. August 16, 2013
    Danielle

    Ok, so this question may seem strange, but what color red are these in the end? I’m making a super man cake and want to use this recipe for the cape that drapes over the back. What is your opinion on how this would look? Thank you!

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    • August 16, 2013
      Tara

      Danielle – I don’t think that’s a weird question at all. I’d say that they end up being a dark red – so not quite as bright as the store-bought Fruit Roll-Ups. I think that they’d look great as Superman capes, though!

      If you do this, you have to send me a picture. I’m dying to see what this cake looks like!

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  29. July 11, 2014
    Paula

    Just wondering if you have tried this with any other fruit.

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