Making fruit leather couldn't be easier. All you need is fruit puree and a way to dry it. I don't have a dehydrator so I use my oven. The types of fruit leather you can make are limitless. I like using applesauce as a base and adding other fruit to it. I added pureed strawberries to this batch of applesauce. Peach and apple is another favorite around here. I use some of the fruit that I froze this summer to make our leather.
After my pureed fruit is ready, I line my rimmed sheet pans with non-stick foil. Then I pour in the fruit puree until it's about 1/2" deep. The deeper the layer of fruit, the thicker the leather will be but the longer it will take to dry.
Set your oven on it's lowest setting (170* for me) and put the pan in the oven overnight with a wooden spoon in the door of the oven to keep it open about 1/2-1". You'll know the leather is done when the top of the leather is shiny and your finger doesn't leave a dent when you touch it.
I usually do two pans at a time.
After the leather is cool, I cut it using kitchen sheers while it's still on the foil since it's not as sticky that way.