Homemade Jello Cups

Homemade Jello Cups | Real Food RN

I have been making jello, healthy gummies, and gelatin desserts for a long time. First I started with the boxes filled with colors and chemical flavorings, but once I had kids I cleaned up my act. Making them from scratch allows for so many nutritional bonuses to be added to them. I have finally perfected the best recipe filled with vitamins, minerals and probiotics. Healthy homemade jello cups, there’s always room for more…

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup fresh juice (juice the fruits and vegetables of your choice, in this recipe we used carrot and apples)
  • ½ cup kombucha (here is my recipe) — this adds the probiotics
  • 1/3 cup cold water
  • 1/3 cup hot water
  • 1 Tbsp gelatin (we use this kind)
  • Fresh fruit

Equipment:

Directions:

  • Juice your fruits and/or vegetables

Homemade Jello Cups | Real Food RN

  • Pour fresh juice and kombucha into a medium bowl
  • In a mason jar add 1/3 cup cold water and 1 Tbsp gelatin, stir until combined. It will thicken

Homemade Jello Cups | Real Food RN

  • Add the 1/3 cup hot water to the jar and stir. This will thin it out
  • Pour contents of jar into the juice mixture
  • Stir and pour into individual gelatin cups
  • Add fresh fruit to the cups if you desire
  • Place in refrigerator for at least 1 hour before eating
  • This recipe makes approximately 6 (8oz) gelatin cups, depending if you add fruit

If you want to learn more about all of the amazing health benefits of eating gelatin (aka jello), then you have to pick up a copy of this awesome book: The Gelatin Secret, by Sylvie from Hollywood Homestead. 

The Gelatin Secret

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