Homemade Healing Blueberry Gelatin
I have been messing around with gelatin a lot. It is my new hobby besides mainlining broth. I used to eat a million sugar free Jello pudding back in the day when I was on Weight Watchers. They were good but then my health went down hill. Wonder why? Asparatame, msg. artificial flavors and more, it is enough to make your body go on strike. This healing natural gelatin recipe is much better option!
1 cup water
1 cup fresh blueberries
1 Tbsp grass fed gelatin
2 tbsp lemon juice
6-8 drops liquid stevia OR
1-2 Tbsp honey to taste
Cook the blueberries in the water until they are soft over medium heat.
Strain out the blueberries peels through a wire mesh.
Press the blueberries into the mesh to make sure you get all the liquid out.
Put the liquid back in the pan and dissolve gelatin over the heat.
Add the sweetener and the lemon juice.
Put in small cups to chill for one hour in the fridge.
Makes enough for two small servings or one big one (all for me!)
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
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!
Great recipe! But, what is grass-fed gelatin, and where can I find it?!
Caitlin Weeks says