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Gut Healing Gummy Bears

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Ingredients

1 cup Berry Juice
3 tablespoons Grass-Fed Beef Gelatin
Optional Ingredients:
1/4 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
1 dropper full or to taste Vanilla Stevia

Gut Healing Gummy Bears

Everybody loves gummy bears growing up and it is exciting to know that you can easily make these in a healthy fashion

  • 30 minutes
  • Easy

Ingredients

  • Optional Ingredients:

Directions

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Everybody loves gummy bears growing up and it is exciting to know that you can easily make these in a healthy fashion with grass-fed beef gelatin that helps to heal and seal your gut-lining. You can find different juices you may want to use such as blueberry, cherry or pomegranate.  These are all rich in antioxidant polyphenolic compounds that help protect the digestive system and support the bodies defense against oxidative stress and inflammation.

Recipe-Credit: drjockers.com

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Steps

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Pour the juice into a small pot or pan. Take the beef gelatin and “dust” it evenly over the juice.

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Let the gelatin absorb into the juice which will take a minute or 2. It will look wrinkly and that is normal. Mix it all together once the gelatin has absorbed into the liquid.

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Place the pot or pan over medium heat on the stove until the liquid boils and then pull it off and stir well until it is runny. Take a taste test to make sure it has the flavor you want.

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If you want it sweeter than you can try adding ¼ tsp of vanilla extract and stevia to your preferred taste and stir again.

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Use a dropper to transfer the liquid into the molds you want and set it in the refrigerator. It typically takes about an hour for small molds and 2-3 hours for larger molds.

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Once the jello has set, remove the molds. These can be stored in a cool dry place, but they are best stored in the refrigerator.

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