Fruit leather, sometimes also known as fruit rolls, are a perfectly delicious and portable snack. And despite the long cooking time, they're surprisingly easy if you have a dehydrator. If you don't have one, fruit leather can be made in the oven, but the dehydrator is preferable, since it won't burn the fruit enzymes the way the heat from your oven might. Dehydrators are easier to find and cheaper than ever, which means that for about $60 you can have your own homemade veggie chips, fruit leathers, "raw" crackers, and any dried fruit and vegetable you can think of. If you want to try this delicious fruit leather before you get one, just make it on a low heat setting in your oven, keeping in mind that the cooking time will be doubled. You can make fruit leather from a variety of fruits without cooking them beforehand, from berries to apricots, citrus fruits, peaches, pears, melons, bananas, mangoes and pineapples. All you need to do is purée them first! Other harder, more fibrous fruits and vegetables (like apples, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, beet, carrots, squash, etc.) will need to be cooked before you purée them.