AuthorKayla-Changing Habits
RatingDifficultyBeginner

Kids love gummies so why not let them make their own in some fun shapes! These gummies pack a nutritional punch without all the overly processed ingredients, sugar and corn syrup like store brought ones. The combinations of fruit flavours and colours are endless!

Yields2030 Servings
Prep Time10 minsCook Time5 minsTotal Time15 mins

 5-8 level Tbsp Changing Habits Gelatin (this amount is required for the gummies to be quite firm once taken out of fridge - if less gelatin is used, gummies will be more like jelly)
 ΒΌ cup of water
 2-3 Tbsp of honey, maple syrup or maleo (adjust to taste)
 1 1/2 cups of kombucha, coconut water or water kefir (could use nut or coconut milk instead for milky gummies) Make sure these are room temperature in cooler weather as the gelatin will set really quickly if they are cold
 1 cup of fruit of your choice pureed (room temperature otherwise if its cold it will set the gelatin really quickly) If this is a thick puree more water base will need to be added so its not as thick.

1

Have your moulds or lined dish ready as the gelatin mix will need to be poured quite quickly after it's mixed, before it sets.

2

Add gelatin to the water (start with 5-6 Tbps of gelatin and see if the consistency is ok you can always add more gelatin. They can be fiddly the first time you make them and once you get used to the consistency it will become easier. The consistency of the mixture can change depending on what fruit mix is used), mix together until combined and set aside to allow to bloom.

3

While you are waiting for the gelatin, blend or thoroughly mix the liquid base (your kombucha, coconut water or kefir and your sweetener of choice; maleo, maple syrup or honey) with the fruit puree until combined.

4

Once the gelatin has bloomed, add to a small saucepan and stir on low heat until dissolved. Add to puree mixture and stir/blend until combined and mixture is smooth.

5

Pour into moulds and place into fridge to set.

6

Once set, pop them out of the moulds and store in a airtight container in the fridge (should last up to a week).

7

Note: If the mix sets before you get to use it, you can reheat the gelatin mix back in the saucepan and melt down. If you have used kombucha or kefir in the mix, heating will kill some of the good bacteria but at least the mixture will be workable again.

Ingredients

 5-8 level Tbsp Changing Habits Gelatin (this amount is required for the gummies to be quite firm once taken out of fridge - if less gelatin is used, gummies will be more like jelly)
 ΒΌ cup of water
 2-3 Tbsp of honey, maple syrup or maleo (adjust to taste)
 1 1/2 cups of kombucha, coconut water or water kefir (could use nut or coconut milk instead for milky gummies) Make sure these are room temperature in cooler weather as the gelatin will set really quickly if they are cold
 1 cup of fruit of your choice pureed (room temperature otherwise if its cold it will set the gelatin really quickly) If this is a thick puree more water base will need to be added so its not as thick.

Directions

1

Have your moulds or lined dish ready as the gelatin mix will need to be poured quite quickly after it's mixed, before it sets.

2

Add gelatin to the water (start with 5-6 Tbps of gelatin and see if the consistency is ok you can always add more gelatin. They can be fiddly the first time you make them and once you get used to the consistency it will become easier. The consistency of the mixture can change depending on what fruit mix is used), mix together until combined and set aside to allow to bloom.

3

While you are waiting for the gelatin, blend or thoroughly mix the liquid base (your kombucha, coconut water or kefir and your sweetener of choice; maleo, maple syrup or honey) with the fruit puree until combined.

4

Once the gelatin has bloomed, add to a small saucepan and stir on low heat until dissolved. Add to puree mixture and stir/blend until combined and mixture is smooth.

5

Pour into moulds and place into fridge to set.

6

Once set, pop them out of the moulds and store in a airtight container in the fridge (should last up to a week).

7

Note: If the mix sets before you get to use it, you can reheat the gelatin mix back in the saucepan and melt down. If you have used kombucha or kefir in the mix, heating will kill some of the good bacteria but at least the mixture will be workable again.

Fruit Gummies
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