Dried Fruit Rations – World of Warcraft

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Description: Restores 1012 health over 30 sec.   Must remain seated while eating.   Also increases your Stamina by 10 for 10 min.


Plain and simple dried fruit didn’t sound very interesting to make or appealing to taste, so I took the idea a couple of steps foward… Each fruit leather is made out of two different fruits, to keep the taste nicely balanced while different: sweet for peach-mango, sour for apple-pear, strong for plum-banana. The difference of texture from one to the other is also paticularly pleasant; finally, on the practical side, it is lightweight, easy to pack and take with you and has a quite long shelf-life.


Plum and banana fruit leather

300 g Plums (pitted and roughly chopped)
100 g Bananas (peeled and sliced)
2 tsp Lime juice
2 tbs Sugar

Apple and pear fruit leather

300 g Sour apples (peeled, cored and rougly chopped)
100 g Pears (peeled, cored and roughly chopped)
1 tsp Lime juice
3 tbs Sugar

Peach and mango fruit leather

300 g Peaches (peeled, pitted and roughly chopped)
100 g Mango (peeled, pitted and roughly chopped)
1 tsp Lime juice
2 tbs Sugar


  1. Put the chopped fruits and 1-2 tbs of water in a pot and cover them with a lid.
  2. Bring the mixture to a gentle boil.
  3. Let the fruits simmer until they are completely soft. (about 10-15 minutes)
  4. Use a hand blender to puree the soft fruits.
  5. Mix in the sugar and fresh lime juice.
  6. Force the pureed fruit trough a metal sieve. (optional)
  7. Pour the puree to a baking sheet and spread it to a square about 0.5 cm thick.
  8. Dry the mixture in oven at 60-70°C or a food dehydrator for about 6-12 hours.
  9. Once the fruit leather is ready, you can roll and cut it in to pieces.
  10. Store the ready fruit leather in airtight container.


– Makes about 23×23 square of fruit leather. (It is quite a small amount, so you can easily double or even triple the amount of fruit used in the recipe with no worries of making too much of it!)
– It is difficult to tell the exact amount of water to use since it depends a lot on how ripe the fruits are: my suggestion is add some water (1-3 tbs for the 400g of fruit) when starting to cook the fruits, and add more if needed durning the cooking process, just remember that the fruits will release a lot of liquid once they are turned to puree.
– Fruit leather should stay good in airtight container up to two months!
– You might consider using plastic sheets instead of baking sheets, since getting the fruit leather out of the paper might be a bit tricky.


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