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Gelatin is one of the most healing foods you can include in your diet, due to its amino acid content. It doesn’t have to be “all bone broth, all the time” though. Gummies are a yummy, fun way to get in gut-healing nutrients, with almost endless variations you can dream up. I dreamed up this variety after being inspired by my partner, Mickey’s, gummy recipe. Since gelatin is also good for skin, hair, and nails, I personally use the “gummy a day” rule.
The best gelatin is this grass-fed brand. The “red can,” dissolves in hot liquids and gels them, so that is the one to purchase for gummies. You can also find gummy molds, like the bunny one I used, online. If you don’t have a mold, simply make gummies in baking dish and then cut into squares.
- Pour lemon juice, water, and cherries into blender and blend on high until smooth.
- Pour mixture into saucepan. Turn heat to medium-low and whisk in maple syrup, ginger, and gelatin. Continue to whisk for 5 minutes, until the mixture is thin and there are no clumps.
- If using a mold, place mold on baking sheet for ease of transfer to refrigerator. Carefully pour mixture into mold or baking dish. Set in refrigerator to firm for 1 hour.
- If using a mold, transfer to freezer for 5 minutes (set a timer!) in order to easily pop gummies from the mold. If using a baking dish, cut into squares.