How to Dehydrate Fruit Leather in the Alto-Shaam CTP Oven

What better way to utilize extra fruit from the cooler! Use the Alto-Shaam CTP dehydrate feature to create a natural sweet treat for the next day.

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How to Dehydrate Fruit Leather in the Alto-Shaam CTP Oven Recipe
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1
Line a sheet tray with a silpat mat.

Line a sheet tray with a silpat mat.

2
Pour blueberries into a blender.

Pour blueberries into a blender.

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3
Create a simple syrup.

Create a simple syrup.

4
Start off on low speed to break up the fruit.

Start off on low speed to break up the fruit.

5
Bring up to a higher speed and blend until seeds and fruit skin are incorporated.

Bring up to a higher speed and blend until seeds and fruit skin are incorporated.

6
With the blender on, add in the simple syrup.

With the blender on, add in the simple syrup.

7
Pour fruit base onto the silpat mat.

Pour fruit base onto the silpat mat.

8
Spread around until the fruit base evenly covers the pan.

Spread around until the fruit base evenly covers the pan.

9
Tap a few times on the counter to release any air bubbles.

Tap a few times on the counter to release any air bubbles.

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Adjust the default setting to dehydrate overnight at 150F (65C).

Adjust the default setting to dehydrate overnight at 150F (65C).

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Next day, pull from the oven.  *Length of time needed to dehydrate may vary based on desired thickness of fruit leather.

Next day, pull from the oven. *Length of time needed to dehydrate may vary based on desired thickness of fruit leather.

12
Cut and roll fruit leather into shapes and serve.  *Amber colored roll ups were Motts plain applesauce.

Cut and roll fruit leather into shapes and serve. *Amber colored roll ups were Motts plain applesauce.

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Ingredients

Pounds Blueberries 
1 Cup Simple Syrup 
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