Food Lab Friday: Fruit Roll-ups (Food Science: Food Preservation Lesson)

I came across some wonderful resources while planning for my food preservation unit in my food science course.  I hope you find it useful as well.

Food Preservation Prezis

Food Preservation Activity Guide from 4H

Food Labs that I complete to go along with this lesson is the fruit roll-up recipe that I am sharing below and we also make frozen cookie dough that students can cook later or take home to cook.

2014 Recipe Calendar_Page_13

I hope you find this information useful!  Let me know if you have any questions or anything that I can assist you with.

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6 thoughts on “Food Lab Friday: Fruit Roll-ups (Food Science: Food Preservation Lesson)

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  3. How do you do your fruit roll-up lab – as far as cooking it? I think it is a great lesson and recipe but I can’t think of how I could make it work in a class period.

    1. It involves some commitment. I have my Food Science class in the morning, so they put in in the oven in the morning and I stay after school for about 2 hours until it finishes. The next day when they come in, it’s ready.

    1. Yes, it is safe, just make sure you use the name brand stuff. Some of it even says microwave safe on the product. Remember that this is going in the oven at a very low temperature (for an oven) 140 degrees. However, if you don’t feel safe, you can use silicon liners as well and they work too! Thanks for visiting!

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