Berry gummies

These gut healing berry gummies are a healthy dessert or snack for anyone, but particularly for kids- they’re filled with healthy fats, gut-healing gelatin and collagen, antioxidants and immune boosting honey.

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Ok I have been making a lot of gummies of late, and thus the blog has been inundated with gummy recipe. I get it, enough already.

Berry gummies

Berry gummiesBuuuut a client asked me to make a gummy recipe using their gorgeous marine collagen and I thought this was a great opportunity to use fresh whole berries for. gummy recipe. If you have tried my easy berry gummies here you’ll know they use freeze dried berry powder (amazing but not always accessible) and these tahini chocolate gummies are of course a whole other vibe, much like my favourite matcha latte gummies here.

I promise though- I will stop. Last one for a while 🙂

Gut healing berry gummies

Berry gummies with collagenBerry gummies ingredient list

  • Gelatin You can use my code JADE10 here to get this gelatine here that I use and recommend. Choose the best quality gelatine you can for these easy berry gummies.
  • Fresh berries of choice- I used blueberries and strawberries
  • Filtered water
  • Collage powder- I used marine collagen
  • Local honey (if possible) or pure maple syrup. You can omit if preferred.
  • Any optional extras you like (see recipe card below)

Berry gummies ingredients

Strawberry blueberry gummiesProducts I love when making gut healing berry gummies

Gelatin

I recommend reading this post here on my blueberry cheesecake gummies for a little more insight into gelatin but, in a nut shell, use the best quality gelatin you can afford (organic, grass fed and finished). Choosing the best quality gelatin you can turns these yummy berry gummies into healthy, healing berry gummies.

These are the brands I use;

Collagen

Likewise, not all collagen is created equally. Jordie pie has a great blogpost here talking about collagen and which one to choose. If you don’t know Jordie she has been a wealth of knowledge in my transition of adding in animal products and here gorgeous Insta profile is here.

The one I use are;

Lemon strawberry gummies

Healthy blueberry jelliesIf you’re after more healing recipes you might like to try;

I hope you and your family enjoy these gut healing easy berry gummies as much we do. Your reviews and comments help other people find this recipe too, so please leave one if you have time. Plus, I just love reading your feedback.

Healthy blueberry gummies

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Berry gummies

Berry gummies

  • Author: Jade Woodd
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes plus resting time
  • Cook Time: 3 hours setting time
  • Total Time: 6 minute
  • Yield: 12 large, 24 small and many mini 1x
  • Category: Snacks
  • Cuisine: Australian
  • Diet: Gluten Free

Description

These gut healing berry gummies are a healthy dessert or snack for anyone, but particularly for kids- they’re filled with healthy fats, gut-healing gelatin and collagen, antioxidants and immune boosting honey.


Ingredients

Scale

Strawberry layer

125 strawberries, hulled and roughly chopped

½ cup water

1 Tbsp fresh lemon juice

2 tsp pure maple syrup or honey

2 Tbsp collagen

2 Tbsp grass-fed gelatin

Blueberry layer

125 bleuberries, hulled and roughly chopped

½ cup water

1 tsp vanilla OR 1 Tbsp lemon juice

2 tsp pure maple syrup or honey

2 Tbsp collagen

2 Tbsp grass-fed gelatin


Instructions

  1. Set aside your desired silicone moulds or simple line a medium sized glass container with brown baking paper.
  2. Add strawberries, water, lemon juice and maple syrup to a blender and blitz until smooth.
  3. Transfer to a saucepan and sprinkle the collagen and gelatin. Stand for 5 minutes then use a whisk to combine. Transfer to a low-medium flame and heat until almost simmering, whisking regularly (or until gelatin is completely dissolved). Pour between moulds (filling only half way) and then place in the fridge for 1 hour before making the blueberry layer.
  4. Make the blueberry layer. Add blueberries, water, vanilla and maple syrup to a blender and blitz until smooth.
  5. Transfer to a saucepan and sprinkle the collagen and gelatin. Stand for 5 minutes then use a whisk to combine. Transfer to a low-medium flame and heat until almost simmering, whisking regularly (or until gelatin is completely dissolved). Pour over the strawberry layer and then place in the fridge for 2 hours or until completely set.

THERMOMIX and MAGIMIX directions

  1. Strawberry layer. Add lemon juice and water into your bowl, then sprinkle gelatin and collagen over the top. Try to avoid the blades and sprinkle directly onto the liquid. Sit for 2 minutes. This step is called blooming at it will prevent you getting lumps.
  2. Add all remaining ingredients, adding less honey/sweetener to begin with if you desire.
  3. Blend for 4 minutes on low speed (speed 3 for a magi mix and thermomix) at 70c for 4 minutes.
  4. Blend for 1 minute at 70c at the top speed (speed 18 for magi, speed 10 for thermomix). Taste, add extra honey/sweetener if you like and blend through for 15 seconds if you do.
  5. Pour into moulds (filling only half way) or a small tray lined with baking paper. A loaf tin or a15cm square tin is perfect- just line with baking paper or it will stick.  Set in the fridge for 1 hour.
  6. Blueberry layer. Add vanilla and water into your bowl, then sprinkle gelatin and collagen over the top. Try to avoid the blades and sprinkle directly onto the liquid. Sit for 2 minutes. This step is called blooming at it will prevent you getting lumps.
  7. Add all remaining ingredients, adding less honey/sweetener to begin with if you desire.
  8. Blend for 4 minutes on low speed (speed 3 for a magi mix and thermomix) at 70c for 4 minutes.
  9. Blend for 1 minute at 70c at the top speed (speed 18 for magi, speed 10 for thermomix). Taste, add extra honey/sweetener if you like and blend through for 15 seconds if you do.
  10. Pour into moulds (filling the rest of half way) or a small tray lined with baking paper. A loaf tin or a15cm square tin is perfect- just line with baking paper or it will stick.  Set in the fridge for 2 hours or until very firm.
  11. Remove from moulds (or if using the lined tray remove and slice into small squares) then store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days. These are freezer friendly too.

 


Keywords: Gut healing, gummies, berry gummies, collagen

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