Layered Maple Gummy Gels

maple gummy gels

 Delicious Layered Maple Gummy Gels

Grass fed gelatin is amazingly healthy! Jello you buy in the store is full of sugar and dyes, but homemade gelatin treats are some of the healthiest things to snack on! This layered maple gummy gels recipe is yummy and satisfying!

Ingredients

1 cup apple juice

1 can coconut milk

1/3 cup maple syrup

8 TBSP Grass fed gelatin

Instructions:

Whisk all ingredients in a sauce pan until gelatin is completely dissolved. Warm over medium heat stirring regularly until the mixture begins to bubble. Remove from heat and pour into a casserole dish and put in the fridge to chill. The layers will form naturally as the mixture chills. Chill for 2 hours, then remove and cut into squares. Yes, it really is that easy!

If you want to learn more about grass fed gelatin or other things you can make with it, check out these:

Always room for Jello – 14 superpowers of gelatin!

Easily add gelatin to coffee or tea (and why you should)

Gelatin: do you know this superfood?

Top 20 health benefits of Gelatin!

Fruit Juice Gelatin Recipe

If you have other recipes that use grass fed gelatin, please share them with me in the comments! Enjoy!!!

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