Strawberry Peach Fruit Leather

Strawberry Peach Fruit Leather

Back 2 School
Back 2 School
To Prove To Dad That I’m Not A Fool
I’ve Got My Lunch Packed Up,
My Boots Tied Tight,
I Hope I Don’t Get In A Fight
Back To School

Please tell me you guys know which movie those lyrics are from! If not, well, then you need to go watch Billy Madison ASAP!

I may be a little late with the back-to-school treats seeing as I think most of your kiddos may be back in school now, but hey, close enough, right?

Strawberry Peach Fruit Leather

When I was younger, those fruit roll-ups were all the rage (do kids still eat them?)! As much as I loved them, there’s all kinds of extra “stuff” in those things: food dyes, corn syrup, and lots of sugar. Making your own fruit leather is so ridiculously easy, it just takes some time for the fruit to dry. And by making your own at home, you don’t need any of that other stuff! This recipe only uses two ingredients: fruit and agave nectar. That’s all you need!

Strawberry Peach Fruit Leather

Strawberry Peach Fruit Leather

My husband and I don’t have kids yet, but we are in love with these! I like to stick them in our lunches for a little dessert. They also make a great after-school or after-work snack! Gotta love a treat that kids and grown ups will love!

Print Print

Strawberry Peach Fruit Leather

Yield: makes about 12 pieces

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 4 hours

Total Time: 4 hours, 15 minutes


  • 2 peaches, peeled and sliced
  • 1 lb. strawberries, hulled and cut in half
  • agave nectar to taste (I used about 1/3 cup)


  1. Preheat oven to 170 degrees.
  2. Line a with a 11x17 in baking sheet with a baking mat like a Silpat.*
  3. Add the strawberries and peaches to a blender and blend until smooth. Blend in agave nectar until it reaches your desired sweetness.
  4. Pour the mixture onto the baking sheet. Use a knife or an offset spatula and spread so that the mixture is in an even layer.
  5. Bake for about 4-5 hours or until the fruit is dried and is only slightly tacky to the touch. Remove from the oven.
  6. Let cool for a few minutes and then peel the leather off the baking mat and cut into desired shapes and sizes. Roll the each piece in parchment paper and store in an airtight container.

If you do not own a Silpat, you can also like the baking sheet with plastic wrap or parchment paper. Since the oven temperature is so low, the plastic wrap will not melt.

Strawberry Peach Fruit Leather

This post contains one affiliate link.



  1. Back to school would be easy with these delicious leather snacks :D


  2. I love the recipe! Once the weather cools a bit, I will have to make this! Great idea! Who doesn’t love fruit leather??

  3. I love how easy homemade fruit leather is! Those storebought ones are still all the rage, but they make kids’ mouths blue, which is weird! We start school next week here…Kindergarten for my oldest!

  4. I would to have these around to snack on! When cool weather finally arrives, these will be happening!

  5. My sister and I ate a ridiculous amount of those fruit roll-ups as kids. It grosses me out a little now! : ) Now these I could do!

  6. Home made fruit leather is the best minus all the additives and loads of sugar. I love your combination of flavor.

  7. I am always impressed when things I buy at the grocery store can be made at home with REAL ingredients. These look so much better than anything in a box. Well done. :)

  8. I saw Giada do this recipe too. Looks good.

  9. Pingback: Strawberry Apple Fruit Leather » Eat. Drink. Love.

  10. Pingback: 9 Homemade Fruit Roll-Up Recipes - Life by DailyBurn

  11. Pingback: 24 Perfect Back-to-School Recipes - Eat. Drink. Love.

  12. Pingback: 18 Best All-Natural Fruit Leather Recipes

  13. Pingback: 14 Fruit Roll Ups Recipes That Your Kids Will Really Love

  14. Pingback: 捲一捲甜甜的星空~純天然的6款水果軟糖捲製作完全不廢力! - Cookeys 食譜字典|PressLogic

  15. I have them in the oven now..Started late :( Put them in at 8:00pm. It’s now 1:20 am and still really soft in the middle..I see that I didn’t spread it out very well! Can;t wait for it to be done!
    I will say I did double the recipe and there are 2 pans in the oven.. Stay tuned :)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *