Natural product Leathers:
4 glasses diced new natural product, mango or strawberry, or a mix of both (That's it! No sugar, only 100% organic product)
Preheat the broiler to 170°F.
In a sustenance processor or blender, mix the natural product until it turns into a puree.
Spread the blend equitably onto a silpat-lined preparing sheet. It's critical to attempt to spread the natural product puree as equitably as would be prudent, for heating and simple moving up. On the off chance that you don't have a silpat, material paper will work, as well.
Prepare in 170°F broiler for 3 hours, or until the natural product is dried out and didn't really wet or sticky to the touch. Permit the dried natural product to cool.
Cut a bit of wax paper that is an indistinguishable size from the rectangle of dried natural product. Lay the wax paper on top of the dried organic product, flip the silpat over, and expel it from the natural product, leaving the dried natural product on the wax paper.
The long way, utilizing a pizza cutter or a sharp knice, cut segments of the dried natural product on wax paper. Cut the strips in any width you like. Move up every strip, and you have your natively constructed natural product move up.
Store in a hermetically sealed compartment for up to a week.
>1 can light coconut drain
>2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
>2 tablespoons pumpkin puree (from a can, no sugar included, 100% pumpkin)
>2 tablespoons natural maple syrup
>1/2 teaspoon pumpkin flavor
In a powerful blender, ideally a Vitamix, consolidate the greater part of the elements for the hot chocolate.
Exchange the blend to a little pot and warmth on the stove until hot warmed through, yet not bubbling, around 5 minutes. Serve hot.
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