Red Currant Leather

Red currants make great jelly, but turning them into bright pink fruit leather is less labor-intensive and just as satisfying—if not more! You’ll need 1 apple for every 3 ounces of red currants. Peel and core: 3 Granny Smith apples Place the apples in a covered saucepan with a splash of water and steam over…

Apricot Leather

If you don’t have a food dehydrator, you can dry fruit leather in a warm convection oven or outside if you live in a hot, dry climate. Properly dried apricot leather will keep for several years—that is, if you don’t eat it first! Remove the pits from: 2 pounds apricots You should be left with…