Plum Fruit Leather
plums, washed, pitted and quartered
sugar, to taste
Lay your plums on a cookie sheet and bake 400 degrees for about 15 to 20 minutes. Let cool.
Add to food processor or blender and puree until smooth. Add sugar to taste.
Pour mixture on parchment lined cookie sheet. Pour until about 1/8 inch thick. I think the thinner the better.
We used the sunshine method and with the Utah heat it only took a day.
When fruit is dried out and no longer sticky to the touch, cut in strips and roll up with parchment paper.
Store in fridge :)
Recipe Source: Natasha's Kitchen
Notes: We used Santa Rosa plums. Plums are pretty tart, so I would recommend a little more sugar than with other fruits. You can warm them in the oven too--140 degrees. Just remember to let fruit dry out completely and not to cook the fruit.