DIY Homemade Immune System Boosting Vitamin C Gummies

October 9, 2018

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AuthorDo Better BlogDifficultyBeginner

Yields1 Serving
Prep Time2 minsCook Time4 minsTotal Time6 mins

 1 cup liquid of your choice- fruit juice (orange, mango, apple, etc.) I like to use 1/3c apple, 1/3c orange, 1/3c water.
 4 tbsp Powdered Gelatin (I used NOW Foods brand)
 2 tbsp Sweetner (Raw honey, birch xylitol)
 1 tsp Vitamin C Crystals (I used NOW Foods Ascorbic Acid)

1

Place your gummy bear molds on a cutting board or other flat surface that you can easily transfer into the refrigerator when it's time to set the gummies.

2

Add 1 cup of your liquid (juice, or diluted juice mixture) to a small saucepan.

3

Sprinkle all of the gelatin over the liquid to "bloom" the gelatin. The gelatin should have folds and wrinkles when it has bloomed.

4

Once bloomed, whisk the gelatin into the liquid and place pot over medium heat.

5

Keep pot over medium heat and add Vitamin C crystals. Whisk until gelatin and Vitamin C crystals have dissolved. Do not allow liquid to boil.

6

Once all powders are dissolved, use a dropper to fill gelatin molds or simply pour entire mix into a glass baking dish.

7

Allow to cool slightly at room temperature and then place in the refrigerator for a few hours to firm.

8

Enjoy! Store in the refrigerator for up to 14 days.

Ingredients

 1 cup liquid of your choice- fruit juice (orange, mango, apple, etc.) I like to use 1/3c apple, 1/3c orange, 1/3c water.
 4 tbsp Powdered Gelatin (I used NOW Foods brand)
 2 tbsp Sweetner (Raw honey, birch xylitol)
 1 tsp Vitamin C Crystals (I used NOW Foods Ascorbic Acid)

Directions

1

Place your gummy bear molds on a cutting board or other flat surface that you can easily transfer into the refrigerator when it's time to set the gummies.

2

Add 1 cup of your liquid (juice, or diluted juice mixture) to a small saucepan.

3

Sprinkle all of the gelatin over the liquid to "bloom" the gelatin. The gelatin should have folds and wrinkles when it has bloomed.

4

Once bloomed, whisk the gelatin into the liquid and place pot over medium heat.

5

Keep pot over medium heat and add Vitamin C crystals. Whisk until gelatin and Vitamin C crystals have dissolved. Do not allow liquid to boil.

6

Once all powders are dissolved, use a dropper to fill gelatin molds or simply pour entire mix into a glass baking dish.

7

Allow to cool slightly at room temperature and then place in the refrigerator for a few hours to firm.

8

Enjoy! Store in the refrigerator for up to 14 days.

DIY Homemade Immune System Boosting Vitamin C Gummies

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