Easy berry gummies

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

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These are our go-to gummies that we have been making weekly for months! They are made with just a heat proof jug, whisk and hot water plus your moulds of choice.

This simple recipe gives you a healthy snack that is quick, easy, gut healing, immune supportive and so delicious.

healing berry gummiesEasy berry gummiesWhat you will need

  • 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.
  • Freeze dried berry powder of choice (see below for recommendations)
  • Filtered water
  • Local honey (if possible) or pure maple syrup. You can omit if preferred.
  • Any optional extras you like (see recipe card below)

Easy berry gummiesProducts I use and recommend for the best easy berry gummies


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;

Berry powder

The berry powders I have loved and used over the years are;

If 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.

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healing berry gummies

Easy berry gummies

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  • Author: Jade Woodd
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 1 hour to set1
  • Total Time: 0 hours
  • Yield: 20 small serves 1x
  • Category: Snacks
  • Method: No bake
  • Cuisine: Australian
  • Diet: Gluten Free


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


  • 4 Tbsp gelatine powder
  • 2 Tbsp freeze dried berry powder (this week we used black current)
  • 13 tsp raw honey (see notes)
  • 1/4 cold cold filtered water
  • 1 2/3 cup hot (not boiling) water- around 70c is ideal.

Optional extras: you can add a teaspoon (or two!) of anything else you’d like to add- this might be your favourite vitamin c, herbal extracts, powdered herbs or even powdered good supplements (like liver). It’s so easy to sneak in lots of goodies. I like to add extracts of cordyceps + gubinge (wholefood vitamin c) powder.


  1. Add the gelatin, berry powder, 1 tsp honey + any optional extras into a small jug with a lip for pouring (I use a 1.5L Pyrex jug). Mix well. Pour in the cold water + stand for 2 minutes. This is called blooming- don’t skip! Mix well (and remove any lumps you can see by whisking or squashing with a spoon).
  2. Next, slowly add the hot water- I add about 1/4 cup at a time and quickly mix through, then repeat until all the hot water has been used. This step is important- boiling hot water will destroy any antioxidants present (in the berry powder + vitamin c), so slowly adding the hot water (NOT boiling water) is best.
  3. Once mixed really well taste the mixture and add extra honey as desired. Pour into silicone moulds, or simply a glass dish lined with baking paper. Set in fridge for 1-2 hours, or overnight. Make sure etc gummies are quite firm to the touch- when you poke them they should be bouncy and semi-firm. Transfer to an airtight container. They last up to 4-5 days in the fridge.

Note: Alternatively this process can be done in a thermo/magi. Simply add everything in, including the full amount of water, but make sure the water is all cold water. Bloom as described above, then set the thermo/magi and heat to 70c.


  • If you want sweeter gummies add more honey but start with the smaller amount as you can always add more at the end.
  1. What could be a substitute for the Berry powder? For example could I use fresh or frozen berries?

    1. Yes you can absolutely use those- just you’ll need to blend them up. If use frozen let them defrost first, then blender with the gelatin, cold water and honey. Then add hot water 🙂

  2. Hello! How many grams of berries would you use if you were substituting the powder for frozen or fresh berries? Thank you!

  3. What brand berry powder do you use? (I’m in the US.) I, bought freeze dried raspberry powder and kept adding it up to 1/4 cup and the mixture still didn’t taste like anything.

    1. I use Arepa (black current) or bare berries (mixed berries) and both have a lot of taste even at 1 Tbsp. I’m not sure why your powder isn’t having the safe effect, sorry.

  4. Hi! For pregnant women who cannot have raw honey, would maple syrup work ? Or would you recommend pasteurized honey?

    1. Awww thanks so much Desiree.

      I use the Loving Earth brand usually. Which brand do you use?

      Jade x

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