They are super easy.
Packet of Jello
Food dehydrator with trays (or wax paper)
Take 2 cups of applesauce and mix in a packet of Jello.. just the powder. For each tray in your dehydrator, you will use half of this mixture. Mix it up and watch for clumps. Mine was clumpy so I had to mash up the clumps of Jello.
I have 4 trays, so I made a batch of Strawberry and one of Raspberry. I was on a kick several months ago where I thought we'd start making and eating Jello. We didn't... so I had (outdated) boxes of Jello to use :).
I don't have solid trays (my mom does...and I kept forgetting to get them). So mom suggested that I use wax paper. I cut the wax paper to fit my trays.
Exciting pictures, I know....
Spray the wax paper with Pam. I didn't do this enough so we had quite a time getting them off the paper. Spray LIBERALLY and pour about one cup of the mixture on the paper. I spread it out with a spoon so it was even.
Then, plug in and dehydrate. It takes about 8 hours for them to get dry. You have to watch because all dehydrators and thicknesses of your pour differ. You don't want them to be gooey feeling.
And, voila! Fruit rollups that are mostly applesauce!We had a lot... A LOT of trouble freeing ours from the wax paper. But, by BARELY wiping over the back of the paper, it came free. Cut them in strips once they are free, roll them up, and put them in a container. We LOVE 'em!