Tahini hot chocolate gummies

These tahini hot chocolate gummies are like a snack version of my most favourite tahini hot chocolate (or hot cacao). Filled with gut healing, bone strengthening ingredients and made in under 5 minutes they are the perfect quick, easy and healthy snack recipe.

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These creamy hot chocolate gummies sit somewhere between dessert and snack, and taste just like a creamy tahini hot cacao.

Tahini hot chocolate gummies

Tahini hot choc gummiesIngredients for the best tahini chocolate gummies

  • 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.
  • Raw cacao powder of hot chocolate mix. I love this one by social alchemy, as it includes a blend of adaptogenic (stress moderating) herbs. You can use my code JADE10 here.
  • Milk of choice- I used boxed coconut milk
  • Local honey or pure maple syrup. You can omit if preferred.
  • Hulled tahini
  • Vanilla extract or powder

Why eat gummies?

First of all its important to be specific; when eating gut-healing gummies we are talking about those made with grass-fed gelatin.

Grass-fed gelatin offers a really easy food as medicine for both adults and children, and is such an easy and fun snack to make. Grass-fed gelatin forms a strong part of almost any traditional diet, and while it might be hard to add its in its traditional form daily (like with bone broth or marrow) it is easy to supplement your diet with gummies. Especially if they are tahini hot chocolate flavoured, right?

In our house we use gummies as a vehicle to sneak in other amazing nutrients-this could be whole food vitamin c, organ powders (to get, for example, zinc and iron), adaptogenic herbs, immune supportive herbs or whatever else we are needing in that season of our lives.

Even without these additions though grass-fed gelatin contains 3 important amino acids that support the healing of the gut, in particular the cell junctions of the gut wall. This is especially helpful for ‘leaky gut’ or hyper permeability, which can be the underlying cause of many issues within the body but particularly allergies, intolerances, skin complaints and autoimmune disorders.

Plus- kids just love them.

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Products I use and recommend for the best tahini hot chocolate gummies


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;

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You can simply use a raw cacao powder or a good-quality hot chocolate mix. These are the ones I love:

  • Social Alchemy adaptogenic hot chocolate (available on the part&parcel store, use JADE10 for a discount). If you love cinnamon then this blend is for you- nicely spiced,  sweetened with panela and filled full of adaptogenic herbs.
  • Gelpro Puruvian Superblend. I love this cacao powder- it tastes great and has the addition of collagen, mesquite, Macarenas, lucuma and camu camu without any added sweeteners. Also available on the part&parcel store (use JADE10).
  • We Are Sacred hot chocolate blends. I love the entire range but my favourites are LOVE (rose flavour) and FIRE (chilli). You can find the range here on their site, or they are available here where you can use my code JADE10.
  • Higher Being (by Loco Love), Mushroom cacao latte (Teelixir) and the We are Sacred range are all amazing, wholesome and available here (JADE10) gets you a discount on any of them.

Adaptogenic hot chocolate gummy

Tahini hot chocolate gummy

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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Tahini hot chocolate gummies

Tahini hot chocolate gummies

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  • Author: Jade Woodd
  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Cook Time: 4 hours setting time
  • Total Time: 0 hours
  • Yield: 12 large or 24 small 1x
  • Category: Snacks
  • Method: No bake
  • Cuisine: Australian
  • Diet: Gluten Free


These tahini hot chocolate gummies are like a snack version of my most favourite tahini hot chocolate (or hot cacao). Filled with gut healing, bone strengthening ingredients and made in under 10 minutes they are the perfect quick, easy and healthy snack recipe.



1 1/2 cups coconut milk or milk of choice (boxed or canned will work, see notes)

2 Tbsp grass-fed gelatin

1/4 cup raw cacao powder OR hot chocolate mix of choice

1 Tbsp carob powder (optional)

12 tsp pure maple syrup or honey

1 tsp vanilla extract or powder

1 Tbsp hulled tahini

Optional extras; you might like to add up to 2 tsp of any powdered herbs you enjoy. Maca, lions mane, collagen, cordyceps would be my go-to choices.


  1. Add milk to a small saucepan and sprinkle with the gelatin powder. Allow to stand for 5 minutes, giving time for etc gelatin to bloom and soak us the liquid. This is an important step to prevent clumps.
  2. Add the remaining ingredients and transfer to the stove top over low-medium heat. Use a whisk to stir throughout, heating to a gentle simmer or until the gelatin has completely dissolved. Once you reach a rolling boil or gentle simmer you will notice the mixture begins to really thicken- this means the gelatin has completely dissolved and you can turn off the heat.
  3. Pour mixture into silicone moulds of choice. Note; it is best to lay a silicone tray on top of a baking tray before pouring the liquid in, for easy transfer to the fridge. Alternatively, line a glass container with brown baking paper and pour the mixture into this.
  4. Set in the fridge for 4+ hours, or until firm. Transfer to an airtight container in th e fridge (up to 5 days) or freezer (up to 3 months).

Note; while you can freeze these gummies they are better stored in  fridge. Gummies will melt at room temperature, especially on warm days so they are no lunchbox friendly.


  • You can use boxed or canned coconut for this recipe, but note that canned coconut milk will create a firmer gummy. You can also use cows milk or any plant based milk or, if preferred, water.
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