Nourishing Dark Chocolate Gelatin Pudding

This nourishing dark chocolate gelatin pudding is so creamy and delicious!

Gelatin is the protein formed after the slow simmering of skin, bones, and cartilage of animals. Gelatin containing broth has been used in healthy traditional cultures for thousands of years as a diet staple. Many clients I work with say they are too busy to make broth so I found a great gelatin Nourishing Dark Chocolate Gelatin Puddingthat is flavorless from grass fed cows that is processed using low heat. I still think the homemade broth is best but gelatin can be good for busy times. This kind Nourishing Dark Chocolate Gelatin Puddingof gelatinNourishing Dark Chocolate Gelatin Pudding is a very healthy product that can be used as a natural thickener for soups and smoothies. This recipe uses gelatin in a creamy delicious pudding which makes getting this super food fun and satisfying. Me and my little sister recently made this nourishing dark chocolate gelatin pudding recipe for my 90 year old Grampa and he loved it.

Reasons You Need More Gelatin:

  • Contains easy to digest calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, silicon, sulphur and trace minerals
  • Speeds healing from seasonal cold’s and flu’s
  • Builds healthy bone matrix
  • Provides minerals for strong teeth
  • Supports joints, cartilage and tendons with Chondroitin and Glucosamine
  • Fights cellulite
  • Prevents wrinkles
  • Increases muscle mass
  • Speeds metabolism
  • Heals the intestinal lining preventing chronic disease
  • Supportive for over stressed thyroid and adrenal glands
  • Broth with gelatin makes small portions of meat very filling which saves money

Nourishing Dark Chocolate Gelatin Pudding

Nourishing Dark Chocolate Gelatin Pudding

Ingredients:

2 Tbsp Unflavored Gelatin
1/2 cup water
2 oz Unsweetened Dark Chocolate
1 can coconut milk, (use canned, full fat)
1/2 tsp ground nutmeg

1/2 tsp cinnamon (optional)
1 tsp vanilla,gluten free
10-12 drops of liquid stevia
OR 1/4 cup maple syrup/honey

Directions:

Melt the chocolate in a double boiler with the coconut milk and sweetener until melted and mixed thoroughly.

Remove from heat and mix in the vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg.

Mix the gelatin with the water until dissolved.

Add the dissolved gelatin to the chocolate mixture and stir well.

Put the pudding into the refrigerator for one to two hours or until set and chilled.

If you are impatient put it in the freezer for about 30 minutes.

Let me know what you decide to make with your gelatin.

This is the kind I usually buy because it is grass fed:

Sources:

www.westonaprice.org/food-features/broth-is-beautiful

http://www.foodrenegade.com/gelatin-healthy-protein-powder/

Does this sound like you?

Have you heard about how good gelatin is for skin, hair and nails but don’t know how to use it?

Do you intend on getting bone broth in your diet but always forget to make it?

Do you love Jello but don’t know how to use all natural grass fed gelatin?

Do you have kids at home that you are trying to transition from junk food to nourishing real food treats?

This is the the book for you!

  • 30 egg free recipes
  • Low carb variations and substitutions
  • All natural ingredients
  • Gluten and grain free
  • Fun for kids
  • Helpful tips for cooking with gelatin throughout the book
  • Re-learn how to make “Jello” in tasty and healthy ways
  • Low in sugar and no refined sweeteners
  • Super food recipes that will help with aches and pains

Nourishing Dark Chocolate Gelatin Pudding

These quick and easy treat will have your family singing your praises.

Whip us a quick dessert that fits into your gluten and grain free diet but heals your body at the same time!

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Nourishing Dark Chocolate Gelatin Pudding

Comments

  1. Katie says

    You have to scroll down the Amazon page to Product Information and make sure it says BEEF, not pork. They both look the same but have seperate listings.

  2. Katie says

    okay figured this out…..on the link in the actual recipe, it takes you to the Beef gelatin. Further down on your page, the red can of gelatin takes you to the Pork gelatin.