Lemon Gelatin Gummies

This recipe serves as a perfect healthy snack for the kiddos… and adults too. They’re sweet yet sour, they’re chewy, super high in protein and have zero sugar. You can make a huge batch of these on the weekend and snack on them throughout the week.

The lemon juice give you a healthy dose of immune boosting vitamin C, while the grass fed gelatin supplies you with important amino acids that build tissues, protect the joints, promote healthy hair, skin and nails and heal the lining of the gut.

You can make them any flavor with any fresh juice you’d like!

 

Lemon Gelatin Gummies

 

Lemon Gelatin Gummies (no sugar, high protein, healthy snack)

  • 1 cup fresh lemon juice (or ANY freshly squeezed fruit juice)
  • 5 tbsp grass-fed gelatin (I use GREAT LAKES)
  • liquid stevia to taste (I used about 40-50 drops)

Directions: Whisk everything together in a small pot over low heat. Stir until everything is dissolved and starts to “gel”.  Pour into an 8×8 glass baking dish and put in the fridge to “set” for 30 minutes. Cut into squares and enjoy! When stored in the fridge in an air tight container, they’ll last up to two weeks.

Note: You can buy super cute molds like these for different fun shapes that the kids will be sure to love!

 

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