Homemade gummy candies are a wonderful immune boosting treat for kids, particularly because they are made with grass-fed beef gelatin.
Gelatin is an incredible nutrient to help support healthy gut and healthy brain function, and because 85% of our immune system is located in the gut, this is especially important!
These gummies are incredibly easy to make and can be flavored to your liking. Also, store them in the refrigerator to help preserve the freshness.
- 4 TBSP Perfect Supplements Beef Gelatin*
- 2 cups organic juice (not from concentrate)
- 2 TBSP raw honey
- Add gelatin and juice to a small sauce pot and let it sit (bloom) until it becomes more solid-jello like.
- After it has fully bloomed (about 3-5 minutes), turn on low heat and add raw honey. Then, whisk to thoroughly combine (until the mixture is melted and gelatin has dissolved).
- Pour warm mixture into glass pan or silicone molds and place in fridge for 2+ hours.
*When purchasing Perfect Supplements Beef Gelatin, use the following coupon code to receive 10% off: SEASON
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Hi there, I made these and they melted after putting in fridge….I’m wondering what I may have done wrong… they were delicious though and my son who does not like honey said they tasted awesome.
Want to make again….???
That’s so strange…it’s never happened to me before. I would suggest maybe adding a bit more gelatin. Thanks.
Steve & Laura Pieters
Would these be an acceptable amount of sugar for someone with cancer?
I don’t really recommend eating sugar in any form while fighting cancer, but if you did, eat only a minimal amount.
The gelatin clumped up! I put it in the blender but still had clumps. I whisked in the gelatin after I had heated the berries, lemon juice and honey. Should I have sprinkled the gelatin on before heating to let it bloom? Please advise.
Did you heat the gelatin fully and mix it in fully (Step 1 in the directions)? Make sure you do that!