Coffee + Cream Gummies

Gelatin, something that can gross people out and excite them all in one go. One thing for sure, when it’s from a good source (ie grass fed or organic) it is a wholefood nutrient powerhouse!

Gelatin is a complete protein, rich in amino acids and we need these amino acids for cellular building, wound healing and more. When looking at gut health we need protein and its building blocks amino acids to heal, repair and strengthen the digestive system and gut lining.

Protein also has an amazing role in balancing our blood glucose levels, our energy levels, hormone development and muscle repair.

One thing that gelatin is not – it is not vegan, however, please don’t let that stop you from enjoying all these gut loving benefits.

This recipe is super simple to make, and once you have the formula it can be used on a wide range of ingredients. Coconut cream rather than the cashew milk, pureed raspberries and cashew milk, orange juice and vitamin c powder… the list is endless!

This recipe is high protein, gluten free, dairy free, delicious but not vegan. 

I N G R E D I E N T S 

1 cup of hot/warm freshly brewed coffee
1 cup of cashew milk
2 tablespoons of maple syrup (optional)
5 tablespoons of gelatin powder, (2.5 tablespoons for each layer)

M E T H O D 

  1. In a small bowl bloom 2.5 tablespoons of gelatin in 3 tablespoons of water. set aside.
  2. Brew a fresh cup of coffee and using a small whisk add the brewed gelatin powder and 1/2 the maple syrup. The maple syrup is optional and not really needed.
  3. Place the coffee layer into a mold, or container. Place into the fridge to harden.
  4. Once the first layer is hard, time to make the second layer.
  5. Bloom the remaining gelatin powder and set aside.
  6. In a small pan, gently heat the cashew milk and add in the bloomed gelatin powder. once dissolved, pour the mixture into the mold and return the gummies back into the fridge to harden all the way through.
  7. Cut into the desired shapes, remove from mold and enjoy!

*using a stainless steel mold or container will cause the gelatin to harden faster

Health and Happiness,
Alyce x

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