Well, it seems you guys like a good gummie recipe as much as I do and that’s great for us all because I’m always experimenting with new flavours and versions, which I’m more than happy to add to the blog.
If you don’t know the health benefits of gelatin and why you would want to include it in your diet, check out my original gummie recipe Turmeric Mango Coconut Gummies. For everyone in the southern hemisphere experiencing the cold snap of Winter right now, make sure you also check out my Raspberry and Orange Vitamin C Gummies recipe.
As part of my approach to overall health and wellness, I use essential oils a lot in my daily life. You’ll see some of my recipes start to include them more because it’s what I genuinely use but I'll always list an alternative to the oils too.
If you’d like to learn a little more about oils and try a sample, just shoot me an email or check out my other Instagram account. I would love to help you start or continue your journey to greater health and wellness and add a whole other string to your bow. It’s all about the little changes we can make every single day.
Apple Pie Gummies
Approx. 20 gummies depending on the size of your moulds
Paleo, GF, DF, RSF
Prep time + tidy up: 10 mins
Cook time: 3 hours set time
1 cup + 1/2 cup apple juice – As high quality as you can afford
1 cup + 1/2 cup coconut milk – I like Pure Harvest
3 tbsp gelatin powder
1/2 tsp cinnamon powder or 3 drops of doTERRA On Guard Oil
a tiny pinch of clove powder – optional
1 tbsp maple syrup – optional
1/2 tsp vanilla - optional
For the apple flavour:
Add the 1/2 cup of apple juice to a small bowl and sprinkle the gelatin powder over the top. Mix a little and set aside to ‘bloom’*
Meanwhile, add the remaining apple juice to a pot and heat to a light simmer. Then mix in the bloomed gelatin and stir until fully dissolved.
Pour the mixture into your moulds leaving room for the coconut mixture to be poured on top.
Refrigerate for at least 90 mins or until firm.
For the coconut flavour:
Add the 1/2 cup of coconut milk to a small bowl and sprinkle the gelatin powder over the top. Mix a little and set aside to ‘bloom’.
Meanwhile, add the remaining coconut milk to a pot and heat to a light simmer. Add your spices and any sweeteners you are using. Taste and adjust if necessary. Add the bloomed gelatin powder and stir until fully dissolved.
Pour the mixture into the moulds on top of the set apple mixture.
Refrigerate for at least 2 hours or until fully set.
These will keep in the fridge in an airtight container for up to one week.
To remove gummies from the moulds, run warm water carefully over the base to loosen slightly then gently push out.
You can also make this recipe in a large glass dish and slice into shapes once it is set.
*To let gelatin bloom simply means adding it to some water or whatever liquid you are using in the recipe. It will absorb the water and be easy to dissolve into the warm mixture without a grainy texture.
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