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Thread: Easy snack for kids

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    Super Member decky's Avatar
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    This is a good snack for kids and low in calories.
    4 cups unsweetened applesauce
    1 small pkg of sugar free jello
    mix together
    put in a greased cookie sheet pan (one with sides)
    bake at 70 or 180 degrees for 8 hours or you can do it over night at the lower temp
    Looks like the rollups that you buy, but probably more healthy

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    What a great idea!!!!! Passing this along....

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    Will this work in a dehydrator? I take it you add any flavor jello for the flavor you want. Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willa
    Will this work in a dehydrator? I take it you add any flavor jello for the flavor you want. Thank you
    I'm not sure if it would work in a dehydrator, you might want to experiment with it. You can use any flavor of jello that you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by decky
    This is a good snack for kids and low in calories.
    4 cups unsweetened applesauce
    1 small pkg of sugar free jello
    mix together
    put in a greased cookie sheet pan (one with sides)
    bake at 70 or 180 degrees for 8 hours or you can do it over night at the lower temp
    Looks like the rollups that you buy, but probably more healthy
    Could set it outside in the sun for 105 degrees--if the dust wasn't so bad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willa
    Will this work in a dehydrator? I take it you add any flavor jello for the flavor you want. Thank you
    I did this in my dehydrator years ago when my daughter was little. May try it again with my granddaughter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stacey
    Quote Originally Posted by Willa
    Will this work in a dehydrator? I take it you add any flavor jello for the flavor you want. Thank you
    I did this in my dehydrator years ago when my daughter was little. May try it again with my granddaughter.
    Thanks Stacey! Now I'll have to try this recipe for sure!

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    Great idea! Thank you!

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    good idea, thanks for sharring

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