Pomegranite Fruit Gummy Snacks
It’s not just my kids who are big on gummies and fruit snacks. I am a big fan as well. The ones at the store claim “fruit”, but if you read the ingredient list you will see a lot more sugar or high-fructose corn syrup than fruit. Thanks to Butter Believer for the inspiration. My recipe was inspired by hers, but I made some tweeks. Here’s what you need:
4 TBSP Gelatin. I used grass fed gelatin, because of it’s many health benefits. Gelatin is good for your hair and nails and helps decrease wrinkles and signs of aging. It is also a great source of protein, so I love adding it to snacks I make for my kids, because I want their food to be as nutrient dense as possible. Click here to find grass fed gelatin.
Okay, here is what you need to get started:
3/4 cup fruit juice. I used organic pomegranite.
Molds to put the gummies in.
Start by putting the gelatin in the fruit juice and stirring it until it dissolves.
Then gently warm the pan on a med-low heat and whisk until smooth.
I used coconut oil to grease the molds.
Pour liquid into molds and then chill in the fridge until firm (20 to 30 minutes).
These fruit gummy snacks were delicious and perfectly sweet enough for me. We are excited to try them again and use some different juices to flavor them!
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