Yummy gummy for your tummy: our top 5 gelatin recipes

By Rachel O'Regan |

I Quit Sugar - Off the Wagon Wheel

You guys have gone absolutely bonkers for our Gut Lovin’ Gelatin – so much so that we’ve had to order another shipment!

To celebrate the gut-healthy goodness of our Australian-made and ethically produced gelatin powder, we’ve put all our favourite gelatin recipes in the one spot. Bookmark this page for any time that you want an anti-inflammatory boost!

From Wagon Wheel slice, to sour worms, to kombucha health bombs, we’ve never had so much fun getting our guts back in order…

1. Raspberry Gummies

This recipe from I Quit Sugar: Simplicious couldn’t be more simple or delicious (see what we did there?!). It’s three ingredients. Seriously.

I Quit Sugar: Simplicious - Raspberry Gelatin recipe

2. Vanilla Peach Kombucha Gummies

We’ve combined gelatin with kombucha, a fermented tea drink containing billions of good bacteria, to give our guts twice the love. Healthy gut flora balance, here we come!

I Quit Sugar: Vanilla Peach Kombucha Gummies
3. Speckled Sour Gummy Worms

Your kids might be fans of Allen’s Snakes Alive, but we reckon these worms are just as wriggly and fun. Plus, they’re not packed with three teaspoons of sugar per serve! (A serve being just TWO snakes.)

I Quit Sugar - Speckled Sour Gummy Worms for Halloween

4. Off The Wagon Wheel

The marshmallowy (and ridiculously sugary) treat of your childhood has had a makeover with this recipe from Simplicious. Take that, five teaspoons of sugar per biscuit! Get outta here, vegetable oil! See you never, Emulsifier E322!

I Quit Sugar - Off the Wagon Wheel
5. Coconut “Marshmellows”

Can’t get enough marshmallow? The ones you buy in the store may be full of sugar and powdered guff, but these are totally wholesome! With coconut milk, cream and vanilla (but no high-fructose corn syrup or additives), they’ll definitely leave you wanting s’more! (Sorry.)

I Quit Sugar - These Coconut Marshmallow Gummies will leave you wanting s’more

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