How to make mango wrap pillows bite sized treats

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  1. Mark

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    I thought I would share this really simple way to not only preserve mangos but turn them into a healthy bite sized snack everyone will love!

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    Mango Wrap Pillows

    1. Grab some ripe mangoes.

    2. Puree them into a nice thick consistency.

    3. Pour onto a non stick tray, sheet, or wax paper and smooth out into a rough square shape about 1/4 inch thick.

    4. Dehydrate on 57 C (135 F) for about 8 - 10 hours until the wrap/fruit leather can be easily peeled away from the base without breaking up. The top will remain slightly sticky to touch.

    5. Fold the wrap in half closing the two sticky sides together and they will obviously fix together nicely.

    6. Cut into strips about and inch or so wide (a kitchen scissors works perfectly for this job).

    7. Roll strips up into little bite sized pillows.

    8. Optional - Dust with a very small amount of icing sugar (maybe half teaspoon) by placing the pillows into a food bag and shaking (this helps stop the mango pillows sticking together)

    9. Will keep for several months in the pantry.

    10. Enjoy :)
     
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