Gelatin’s Superpowers and How to Make Gummies!

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Hello Again 🙂

Here’s the basic recipe for gummies, fruit snacks, etc. You can use juice, tea, coffee, or other liquid (it also works with creamy ingredients, like add some coconut oil if you like!).


2 cups liquid
1/2 cup plain gelatin powder
sweetener to taste (I like maple syrup best!)

Directions: Add two cups of liquid and the sweetener to a pan on the stove. Heat the liquid to boiling, then pour in the gelatin gradually. Stir, and let it reach a rolling boil—it’ll look frothy. Add the other cup of water (it should be room temp or cold), and remove the pan from the heat. The froth will disappear. Stir, pour into a baking dish or mold, put it in the fridge for about 30 minutes or in the freezer for 10 minutes (or so). They will stay “gummy” out of the fridge, but I like them better cold!

Have you jumped on the gelatin bandwagon yet? This stuff will definitely stay in my kitchen… well, you know, unless something weird happens! So far, the results have been great, and no bad side effects… I’ll share the margarita gummies recipe soon–I need to perfect the measurements (usually I just eyeball it and taste as I go!).

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6 thoughts on “Gelatin’s Superpowers and How to Make Gummies!”

  1. we love our gelatin!! glad you are enjoying it as well. we hope to continue to see more health benefits from the continued use of having it daily!

  2. I have one question, does the gelatin you put in your coffee have a taste? I might consider putting it in my coffee or tea but don’t have the time to make the gummies.

  3. It doesn’t have a flavor unless you add too much… and I’m not totally sure what “too much” is. I think it depends on the strength of the coffee!

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