Elderberry Gummies for Cold, Flu and Sleep (that kids love!)

I regularly make healthy gummies for my kids because they are a great way to get them eating healthy snacks, instead of sugar-laden chemical junk that they sell at the stores. I add fresh squeezed juices, kombucha, and sea salt to them to enhance their nutritional content.

I regularly make healthy gummies for my kids because they are a great way to get them eating healthy snacks, instead of sugar-laden chemical junk that they sell at the stores. I add fresh-squeezed juices, kombucha, and sea salt to them to enhance their nutritional content. This week my kiddos were looking like they might be coming down with something, and they were not sleeping very well to boot! So I wanted to come up with something to help them sleep and boost their immune system. I whipped up some tart cherry and elderberry gummies!

Here is why this recipe works:

Tart cherries: Studies have shown that tart cherries have a sleep enhancing effect on the body!

“A glass or two of tart cherry juice before bedtime may improve sleep, suggest results from a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial”(source)

“Tart cherry juice concentrate provides an increase in exogenous melatonin that is beneficial in improving sleep duration and might be of benefit in managing disturbed sleep” (source)

Gelatin: Gelatin also helps promote sleep. Learn how amazing gelatin is for your health HERE

“Gelatin contains a high percentage of glycine, a non-essential amino acid and inhibitory neurotransmitter, which is known to decrease anxiety and to promote restorative sleep” (source)

Elderberry syrup: immune enhancing and protective against colds and flu. Get my recipe for Elderberry syrup HERE

“The bioflavonoids in elderberry syrup boost the body’s immune system by increasing antioxidant levels and viruses that damage cell walls. A daily dose can assist you in preventing both acute and chronic disease.” (source)

Raw Honey: Honey had been shown to be anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal. It has been used medicinally for thousands of years. If you really wanted to step up your game, you could use Manuka honey! — find it here

So there you have it! These little gems should help the kiddos get the restorative sleep they need when fighting an illness and the immune-boosting properties of the elderberries. Winning! Here is how to make them…

Elderberry Gummies

Elderberry Gummies

These little gems should help the kiddos get the restorative sleep they need when fighting an illness and the immune-boosting properties of the elderberries. Winning!



  1. Heat 1/2 cup of juice in a medium saucepan until bubbling.

  2. In a glass jar combine gelatin and heated juice, stir briskly to dissolve gelatin.
  3. In a medium bowl combine all of the ingredients and whisk until well combined. (Note: do not use honey in this recipe if you plan to share these gummies with anyone under the age of one year).
  4. Pour into molds.
  5. Put molds into the refrigerator until set, at least one hour.
  6. Enjoy your elderberry gummies!

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282 Replies to “Elderberry Gummies for Cold, Flu and Sleep (that kids love!)”

  1. Good morning! Would it be possible to make these without the elderberry syrup? While I love the idea of the syrup, I don’t have any on hand and I’d like to make these ASAP. Could I just increase the amount of juice to 1 1/2 cups? Thanks for your help!

      1. Hi Kate! We have been using these gummies for a while now, and they really seem to work magicly!! Although I was wondering if we could substitute ” Cherry & Berry Juice ” for the ” Tart Cherry Juice ” ? ( in the case that we aren’t able to find it overseas ) Will this effect the recipie and results in any way?
        Thank you! Hope to hear from you soon! (:

        1. Hey Michelle, so glad you have been liking them! You could certainly sub another juice. The cherry juice is included to help with sleep. You will still have medicinal benefits, just not the sleep benefit 🙂

  2. Hi Kate! This is great! How many does this recipe make? Also, what is your recommended serving size for kiddos? I have an 11 yr old, 7 yr old and 4 yr old.
    Thanks, Kelly

      1. Question. The gelatin that you recommend and the picture that you show are two different types. When I press to find the geletin it shows the beef one. Am I missing something? One of the girls said the beef flavor was not good. I don’t want to buy the beef if it’s not a great flavor. Also when making elder syrup. Do you prefer the powder over the fresh ginger? I normally see it with fresh. But I never made it before. I’m looking forward to trying it out. Please let me know what you think.

        1. Sometimes when I photograph the posts I run out of the brands that I use in the actual picture. I also switch up brands from time to time, if I find one I like better. So that’s why they are different. I have not had any issues with the beef flavor being off. I use both kinds interchangeably. I make my elderberry syrup with fresh or powder, depending on what I have on hand. But, I do prefer the fresh ginger.

  3. If you are using raw honey in the elderberry syrup that goes in the gummies doesn’t that make the gummies a no-go for under a year anyway?

  4. Omgosh! Thank you so much. My daughter loves gummies but I hate givibg them to her. What is your recipie for regular gummies? She would love to have these & help

    1. No since the hot water is used to dissolve the gelatin and then cold water is added to it before combining with the rest of the stuff. The honey is the last addition so the liquid is cool by then.

          1. You need to mix it up well and sometimes mash the lumps with a fork. Sometimes if I can’t get the lumps out, I dump it into a small sauce pan and reheat until they are all dissolved. I have only had to do that a handful of times thought. Make sure the water is really hot to begin with.

      1. Is there something else I can use instead of gelatin? My daughter has PKU and gelatin is higher in protein and she can’t have it.

  5. Sara Fisher: Their website says: How are the cattle raised?

    Our cattle are grass fed and slaughtered in Argentina and Brazil which is controlled by their respective Department of Agriculture. These countries have the same type of rigourous tests and inspections as the United States. Beef hides are the only product used to manufacture gelatin in these countries.

  6. Hello & thank you for this great looking recipe! I want to make them and have them on my station at work!!! I need to find a vegetarian option for the gelatin though, do you have any recommendations? Thanks in advance, Ann

  7. Can you use store bought elderberry syrup, like from health food store…and use less? I think it would be more concentrated??

    1. I think so although I have not done it. Might want to measure out what about 48 doses would be, thats approximately how many gummies it makes (depending on your mold size)

  8. Can I send in kids lunch or do they need to stay cold? And how many days can they be stored? Can manuka honey be used?

  9. I really like the berry mold you show here but I have scoured Amazon and can’t seem to find it.. Do you happen to remember where you got yours? Thanks so much for all of your wonderful recipes. I appreciate what you share with us!

  10. This sounds great, & I’d like to try these, But I can’t seem to find how much cold water you add after the gelatin has been dissolved,

  11. Wow, my daughter and I love gummies. I am going to try to make these. And some for just snack purpose. Thanks for recipe

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    1. The honey is added after the hot and cold liquids have been combined so it will not be hot enough to destroy the benefits of the honey. Add it last.

  13. I just got these same molds at Target a couple days ago! Mine are in the fridge setting right now. My 4 yr old keeps asking if they are ready!

  14. Any tricks to getting the gelatin to dissolve? I keep getting clumps or so much froth on top from whisking that they don’t come out well.

    1. You have to make sure the juice that you heat up is really hot, then stir in the gelatin until dissolved. If you keep getting chunks, then heat it up.

  15. I keep getting major chunks with my gelatin too. It was heated to boiling but as soon as I added the gelatin (same brand as above) it turned into cement clumps. Excited to try this once I figure that little problem out! I did just put a batch in the fridge but I’m guessing at least 1 1/2 tablespoons of gelatin was lost to clumping.

      1. If you “bloom” the gelatin first…stir into cold juice and let it dissolve, then add to the hot juice….it won’t clump. I’ve been using gelatin for quite some time in a variety of ways, and have found that stirring it into
        cold liquid first is key to no clumping.

  16. The tart cherry juice concentrate is mentioned in the article. I’m assuming you dilute the cherry concentrate per directions on the bottle to get the 1 1/4 cup of juice. Right?

  17. I used candy molds, (plastic trays) I found at Michael’s craft store. Bought 5 trays, 2 hearts, 2 oval and 1 round. Made 74 of these gummies. I had a turkey baster I used to put the juice in the candy spots. Took up the entire top shelf of my fridge.

  18. I wanted to add that the great lakes gelatin clumps easily if you stick it right into hot liquids. The directions on the orange label gelatin suggest that adding the gelatin to cold liquid and stirring and allowing it to bloom helps. So this time around I took the cherry juice and elderberry (both cold from the fridge) and added the gelatin, gave it a mix and then heated that mixture. Then added honey(mixture wasn’t that hot. Then put in the candy molds. This is the same method I use when adding gelatin to my green tea.

  19. Mine didn’t set up, what did I do wrong? This is the first time I have used this Great Lakes Gelatin, very hard to dissolve. My Cherry concentrate came to a bubbling boil. It tastes so tarte, I don’t know that I could enjoy them. I used Fruit Fast Tart Cherry Juice concentrate, it is very thick and very expensive.

    1. You can use whatever juice you would like. I just use cherry juice because it’s a natural source of melatonin….which means sleepy kids 🙂

  20. I just bought gelatin powder from the health food store but ingredients say organic porcine gelatin? Also the cherry juice is it like drinking juice from concentrate steIght from the bottle?

    1. There are two different kinds of the gelatin: bovine and porcine. The cherry juice I buy is thicker than your average juice, but it is not a concentrate.

  21. So if you’re using the tart cherry juice for melatonin properties for better sleep ,are you giving the kids the gummies as a snack closer to bedtime?

  22. I use a little rosé hip powder in my elderberry syrup too :). Good vitamins C :).
    🙂 thank you. These are great.

  23. So the Great lakes gelatin you buy is it bovine or porcine for this recipe?
    I cant seem to find great lakes in Calgary, Canada but found it on line
    at amazon.ca

  24. Hi Kate, I tried to make this tonight and used identical ingredients to yours. I made sure my juice was boiling and mixed the gelatin till smooth but when I added it to the other ingredients it started to get very clumpy! How do I avoid this next time? Thanks for sharing:)

    1. Allison, sometimes I get clumps too. Just reheat the juice with the gelatin and whisk. When you add the gelatin to the hot juice, always make sure that you are stirring vigorously the whole time. Hope this helps!

  25. I have the same molds you used here, but not one of mine came out looking as cute as yours. Every one of them tore when I tried to pop them out. Do you have any tips on how to get them out in one piece? Should I spray the molds with oil first? Any advice is appreciated! These are super yummy, btw!

    1. You need to make sure they are completely set. If they are still setting, they will tear apart when coming out. This happens to me when the kids want them NOW and they are not quite ready yet. Glad you like them 🙂

  26. Just made these and they are so good! They look just like the picture and they popped out of the mold easily. I was using a silicone mold but can imagine how they might tear with a more rigid mold. I incorporated the gelatin by pouring it in slowly while constantly whisking when the juice was warm, not hot, and had no clumps. I don't have kids, I made them just for me b/c I have a cold and the picture looked so yummy. They did not disappoint : )

  27. So glad I found your site. I'm looking forward to trying the elderberry syrup and gummies and also the dish detergent.

  28. Hi! I made these today with my very excited 5 year-old. They came out well, but I will say a bit rubbery. Is that the type is gelatin I used? We love gummies around here, but would definitely like to figure out how to make them a little softer. Any thoughts? Thanks you!!!

  29. Can I use store bough elderberry? I just don’t have the time to make my own right now, but my little guy has been having a difficult time taking his daily dose, so this would be perfect if I can get him to eat it in gummy form.

    1. People have done that. Read the comments on this post, there should be some info there. I have not personally done it so I cannot speak to how much to use. Hope your little guy is feeling better soon!

      1. I only found one post recommending to measure out about 48 doses. Should I mix all of the other ingredients, pour in molds, and then add the exact dose of elderberry to each mold? Can’t think of any other way.

        Also, Is the heating of the juice needed in order to make the gelatin form, or can I skip heating it? Thanks!

  30. I made the elderberry syrup yesterday and it was great. Then I made the gummies and they never set up. I followed the directions, used the exact ingredients, but they’re still liquid. Can I pour everything back into a bowl, add more gelatin, and try again with the same batch? I don’t want to waste it.

  31. I couldn't wait to make these for my kids; very easy to make, turned out well, but no one liked them. I used homemade elderberry syrup, and I think the elderberry taste/smell was too strong.

  32. Thank you for this recipe (and the elderberry syrup one too). We made the gummies today and they were a hit with my kids.

  33. Hi. I would like to know if I should give my kids the syrup and the gummies at the same time in the case of a cold or flu. And how many gummies per snack please.
    Many thanks! I’m excited about to make this recipes;)

  34. I was so excited to make these, but they didn't work at all! 🙁 I don't know what I did wrong. I saw the comment about adding the gelatin slowly. I wish I'd done that because i had so many clumps. Also, that SMELL! The cherry juice and gelatin smelled exactly like a dog kennel to me. Anyone else think it smelled terrible? By the time I got the rest of the ingredients mixed in, it was too gelled to pour into a mold and had huge clumps of gelatin. I think I'll just try to elderberry syrup straight.

  35. Hi Kate, thank you for your reply in my prior post 😉
    I finally was able to make the syrup today but I didn’t realize that for the honey I needed pretty much the whole jar (11oz) I just had a half of it. Do you think it’s going to be effective for the daily doses??
    And also do you use silicone molds or just ice cubes mold?

    1. Hey Adriana, I have had that happen to me before too. I think the most medicinal part of the syrup is in the berries. It’s just harder to get the kiddos to want to take it without the proper amount of honey 😉 I use silicon molds for the gummies, I don’t think ice cube trays would work because you can’t push the gummies out like you can with silicon molds.

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  37. Hi Kate! Thank you again for your reply. I’m sorry to disturb you again (I’m new in this) 😉
    I would like to know if you need to storage the jars in the fridge, because after 4 days mold started growing in the gummies or we need to eat them quicker?
    Also, do you know if I can freeze the Tarte Cherry juice? I don’t know what else to do with it and it was a bit expensive, don’t want to throw it away. So was thinking if I can use it frozen later to make some more gummies.
    Many many thanks!!

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  39. where might I find unflavored gelatin? We have whole foods, sprouts and natural grocers but I was told none of them carry it …do I really have to pay for it online every time?

    1. Most health food stores should carry it. Ask, sometimes its in a weird location. I always order mine online because the stores usually mark the price WAY up!

  40. Hi! I just found your site today, and I am loving everything I am reading!
    About the gummies – could you pour the mixture into a shallow pan and cut shapes out of that? I have a teeny kitchen, and really don’t have room for anything else (like a mold).


  41. I accidentally bought the green can of the gelatin, Collagen Hydrolysate. Can I still use it for this? What is the difference between the 2? Thanks!

    1. The green kind does not gel, but you can mix it in to your beverages. I do every morning. Same health benefits of regular gelatin

  42. Hi there! I have just finished making these in regular ice cube trays (only half full to keep the size smaller) but they seem to be sticking and I have to use a knife to sort of pop/scrape them out. Should I be giving the normal plastic trays a little non-stick spray? Any tricks you might know?

    I used grape juice instead because I’m not a big cherry fan. However, I am quite thrilled with how easy these were to make and how delicious they taste. I am a teacher and plan on keeping a stash of these at school to fight off all those germs. Do they have to be refrigerated? Can they be stored at room temperature in a mason jar (to keep them sealed well)?

    Thank you so much for the syrup and gummy recipes!

    1. you could grease the molds with some coconut oil. You could also try adding a little more gelatin to the recipe to firm them up more. I would not store them at room temperature, they might melt a bit or mold. Glad you like them! If you have a mini fridge in your classroom, that would be ideal.

  43. As an herbalist, it’s frustrating when your kids just won’t take what’s good for them! None of them like Elderberry syrup. Even the children’s version that is full of sugar. Last night I made these gummies and they were a hit with 4 out of 5 kids. I substituted grape juice and Knox gelatin. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

    1. Grape juice for the cherry juice or the elderberry? Knox ? Is that a brand of you mean you didn’t use gelatin?

  44. Hi Kate,

    I am new to your blog and just tried elderberry syrup for the first time. We love it and my 3 year old thinks it’s a “treat juice”. I tried the gummies today after ordering everything from your links. The gelatin started setting up before I could pour into molds and left them kinda chunky and not smooth textured, so my girl won’t eat them. Did I do something wrong? Yours look liquid in the molds and mine definitely were not! Thanks!

    1. Hi Kalyn,

      Glad your 3-year-old loves the syrup, and sorry your gummies were lumpy. That’s no fun after all that work! Maybe your juice was not hot enough. You can always reheat it to dissolve the lumps. I have had a few lumps in the past and reheating it and mashing them with a fork did the trick. You have to work fast too, they set up quickly! Hope this helps!

  45. Could it be possible to make these with carrot juice? I need a V8 replacement that has no orange juice. I love gummies. Thanks!

  46. Can i mix everything and let my children drink it? Im trying to stay away from gummies to prevent cavities. I already give them elderberry syrup everyday.

  47. My kids love these gummies — is it okay to give every day, or better just when there’s something going around or they are fighting something? I’ve heard not to give elderberry as a preventative. Thanks so much!

  48. Omg I love this idea especially since my 3 year old and 8 year old hate medicine…..I was wondering on how many gummies can they eat?

  49. I haven’t made your recipe but I did make gummy bears from another recipe I found that was similar to yours. The gummies were very soft and not like the ones in the store that get harder and are shelf stable. I would like to make the kind that do not require refrigeration but I have not found that formula yet. Do you know of a step to make these into shelf stable gummies? Thanks. 🙂

  50. Was not sure if I was willing to try this recipe again but after my daughter had a sleep over and she saw her friend take a melatonin gummy she wanted to take them also. I did some research online, did not like the info. I found about the supplements so I decided to give these one more shot.Third time was the charm for me. The first two times I tried making these I did not dilute the juice and they would not set. The third time, I used 1/4 c. juice & 1 c. water. The fourth time, 1/2 c. juice & 3/4 c. water. Each time, they set perfectly. I poured them into gummy worm molds and she has 1 or 2 each night before bed. Even with the dilution they are working for my 5 year old daughter who is usually struggling all winter with the sniffles and runny nose. We just came back from my sister’s where everyone was suffering from a horrible cold. I came home with it but she has yet to show the slightest symptom.

  51. Hello!
    I have some collagen peptides-could I use that instead of gelatin? Do I understand correctly that gelatin is a protein that comes from collagen? Also, does this upset the stomach if used while someone has the stomach flu? I’m new to eating grain free (and dairy free) as I have been told that I have leaky gut and was getting very sick eating grains and dairy, so now that I”m sick, I’m actually looking for what I can eat now. Thank you!

    1. Hi Katie, you can’t use collagen in place of gelatin because it does not gel. They both are actually soothing to the gut, so you shouldn’t experience upset

  52. Can I freeze the gummies? I have tons of syrup and would like to make a bunch of gummies but don’t want them to go bad

  53. Hi Kate,
    I made the elderberry syrup one day and gummy bears the next, according to your recipes. They both turned out wonderful and my grandson had a great time helping me fill the molds. Thank you !! I’m a little confused though, regarding the daily intake/ serving size of gummy bears for children. I read through several posts and see anything from “eat to their hearts content” to consume only 4 to 6 gummy’s daily. I would much prefer my grandchildren (and other family members including myself) snack on these gummy bears versus other sugar and chemical-laden treats. Is there a maximum daily amount or one that would be considered unsafe? Thanks for your help. Looking so forward to trying more of your recipes!!

    1. They have a smaller dose than the actual syrup so you can definitely snack on them, but I would not eat the entire batch in one day or anything. If you want gummies that you can eat to your hearts content, just make this recipe using only the juice 🙂 Glad you had fun making them, my kids love to help too!

  54. Hi! What can i do if the gummies are slightly jello-like in consistency? Yum in flavor but more tough than I think they should be.

  55. So mine ended up lumpy and by the time I got toward the end it was like molasses. Will these still be okay to eat?

  56. You mentioned you sometimes add kombucha to these gummies in your intro. How much kombucha do you add and does it replace other liquid already in the recipe? Thanks.

  57. Thank you for the recipe. I made these two weeks ago and I do believe they helped my son kick the cough he had. I plan to make them again however they were very dense, not as chewed/jello-like as I would have preferred. I’m planning to reduce the Gelatin in my next batch. Any advice on Gelatin to liquid ratio?

  58. I am making the elderberry syrup right now. I also want to make the gummies. How many gummies should my Granddaughter have in a day or should they only use at night? Do I use the gummies in combination with elderberry syrup or on their own?

    1. I give the gummies to my kids in the evening, because the tart cherry juice is a natural source of melatonin. I give them 3-5 gummies, depending on how little they are. I typically don’t give them along with the syrup. One or the other.

  59. I am a vegetarian and was wondering if anyone has tried to make these using pectin, instead of gelatin.

  60. I made elderberry syrup and the gummies for the first time today. Everything was going well until I poured my hot syrup into the jar with my gelatin. It seems like there wasn’t enough liquid for the amount of gelatin. The recipe says 1/4 cup syrup but the picture beneath the recipe says 1/2 cup syrup. I watched the video and you say 1/4 cup syrup. I feel like I am missing something. There was no way I could stir the 1/4 cup hot syrup with 4 Tbsp gelatin. Please help!

  61. Good evening! I’m going to start making these for my fam. I was wondering if you thought that adding probiotic powder to the recipe would work or not. I usually mix my kids’ probiotic into their elderberry syrup, but if I made these they could take it all at once. Thank you!

  62. Being my first time to make gummies I wish I would have known to spray the mold as all of them stuck. We are using what I salvaged and the recipe is amazing. My little one loves them and wanted more.

  63. I’m so sad. My gummies aren’t setting either. I’d love to figure out what I did wrong. I used Great Lake Gelatin.

  64. My gummies turned out really well and taste great. I used small gummy bear molds and it made 212 gummies. My math may be way off but it seems like you would have to eat about 17 gummies to equal the 1tsp daily of elderberry syrup recommended for children since this recipe only uses 1/4 cup of elderberry. Please confirm, thanks

  65. These are amazing and turned out perfectly! We made dinosaur gummies. I’m just wondering how many a 4 year old should eat at once? She loves them!!

  66. May I ask —- why do you not add the gelatin to the pot of warm juice? Why are you pouring juice into a jar then adding the gelatin then adding it into a bowl. Seems like a lot of dishes.

  67. I’m wondering the dosage on the gummies. Since the syrup has a teaspoon dosage for kids what would the gummies dosage be. You say your kids eat a bunch. Can you overdose on elderberry?

  68. I’m wondering the dosage on the gummies. Since the syrup has a teaspoon dosage for kids what would the gummies dosage be. You say your kids eat a bunch. Can you overdose on elderberry?

  69. Do you use tart cherry juice concentrate or just regular tart cherry juice? Also should you let the gelatin and cherry juice cool before mixing it with the elderberry syrup? Thank you!

    You might want to check this quote ???? Thanks for the recipe. It’s elderberry season at my place so I’m going to give it a try today.????

  71. My kids love these!
    Are they supposed to be sticky?
    I’m wondering if I did something wrong. They just stick to my glass jar making it hard to get them out

  72. Hi! I just made these and I followed directions even using the exact brands in the picture. The mixture turned into sticky gummies before I could get them into the molds. As soon as the juice hit the gelatin and I was stirring it was already setting up. I’ve rarely ever used gelatin so I’m not sure what happened and what I could do to change it. I even watched the video you have on here to make sure I didn’t do anything different and that was still liquid they poured into the molds and mine wasn’t. It tasted really good but I don’t know if my kids will eat it if they don’t “look” good, haha. TIA for replying! ☺

    1. You can always reheat and pour. I have had them clump in the process before and I just reheated. It can take some finessing, but over time you will get your groove

  73. I know the honey is part of the “good stuff” but what if your kiddo is on keto? How much stevia/swerve/monkfruit/xylitol would I add instead for some sweetness. And is any one better than another?

  74. Hi! Just wondering how many gummies this recipe makes and how long they last? Also, how long does your syrup last once made? Thanks!

  75. I cannot find the serving size information. I am using standard gummy bear size molds. What would you recommend for children (3-5 years) and adults? Thanks! My boys LOVE these!

  76. Is there any way you would be willing to post another video of you making these. But of just you showing step by step how you make them. I’m not very good at baking I tried making 3 times and it didn’t work. But I really want to make them. But I don’t want to keep throwing money away by messing up again. I even tried the tips you gave to the other people and it still didn’t work.

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