Easy Strawberry-Lemonade Gummies


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One easy, kid-friendly way to get the power of gelatin into your family’s diet is by making gummies. Think gummy bears without the sugar high. You can’t go wrong.

Easy Strawberry Lemonade Gummies (Paleo and GAPS-friendly!)

1 cup strawberry puree
1/3 cup lemon juice
2 tablespoons raw honey (find honey here)
7 tablespoons gelatin (find gelatin from grassfed cows here

Combine all ingredients except gelatin in a saucepan over medium heat. Heat until warm through, but not hot. Add gelatin and use a whisk or immersion blender to thoroughly combine fruit and gelatin.
Pour mixture into silicone candy molds or an 8×8-inch glass baking dish. Cover tightly and freeze 15-20 minutes on a level surface of the freezer.
Remove pan or molds from freezer and remove gummies. If using a baking dish, use a spatula to gently loosen the edges and part of the bottom of the gelatin from the sides of the dish. Gently turn it upside down onto a cutting board and let the gelatin fall out. Use a large knife to cut it into squares or strips. Refrigerate any leftovers.


Gelatin SecretThis recipe is from Hollywood Homestead’s Gelatin Secret book! Check it out by clicking here, it’s a fantastic resource for gelatin recipes and how to include this awesome superfood into your diet.





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  1. Is it 1/3 cup lemon juice or 1/3 of a lemon juiced?

  2. 1/2 lemon juice? 1/3 cup, or the juice of 1/3 lemon? If the latter, what size lemon?

  3. What is 1/3 lemon juice? 1/3 cup? I want to make this, so please let me know! Thanks.

  4. Will these stay good/keep their shape in a chilled lunchbox for a few hours?

  5. Angelina says:

    The original email with the recipe says one third cup lemon juice – hope that helps!

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