I had a lot of fun making the first batch of fruit leather so I wanted to try some other flavors.
From top to bottom: Cherry (2 cups pureed canned cherries), Kiwi (2 cups pureed kiwis), Pear (2 cups pureed ripe pears), Strawberry apple (2 cups strawberry applesauce)
cantaloupe, honeydew, pineapple
Applesauce with frozen cherries
I have This Nesco Dehyrator. You can buy cheap trays specifically for fruit leather or you can just use parchment paper. In general I use about 2 cups of pureed fruit for a single tray. Try to spread the fruit as evenly as possible over the whole area so it dries at the same time. Depending on the thickness and amount of fruit you use, they dry at different times. In general I have been running the fan at 135 F and the trays take 6-10 hours to dry. I just check them occasionally during the day. Some I overdried because they were running into the night but they still taste good, just a bit more crisp than leathery.