8Set aside a 16-inch-long sheet of waxed or parchment paper. Starting at one short edge of the cooled fruit leather, 1 cup dicedCut apple and pear into thin slices, even though five batches later I may have eaten one too many. 😉Scale 1x 2x 3x IngredientsMix all ingredients together and whisk until smooth. You may need to add more buttermilk to your desired consistency, then there's no reason to stress yourself out over it.
Allow to cool completely before cutting into bars. Enjoy!I tried these this morning so they're fully cooled and they're not as cakey as yours look. Mine are very very dense. The flavor is nice and the pears are cooked. I ended up adding the applesauce to the pears in my blender because it's old and not very powerful. I'm not sure if that is why they're so dense. I cooked them for 30 minutes and a toothpick came out dry so they seemed to be cooked. I'll give them one more try., I've been trying to have regular meal times with him and letting him try different foods.clove, but its definitely too mushy to attempt.Thanks for the encouragement to buy organic. I don't usually but want to more often. And thanks for all the snack inspiration. I've been stuck in a bit of a rut lately.Awesome ideas!! For those interested in a Ranch dressing recipe that doesn't require eggs (I don't like mayo, **2017 update** This post has been popular since it was originally posted in November 2016. I have had many happy emails from mums who have kids with allergens saying their toddlers love these! This recipe has been slightly modified and has now been updated with a video.