These Xmas gummies are easy to make, taste great and are low sugar. I make them with Imbibe water kefir because it’s packed with probiotics and has the green and red colour of Xmas. However, you can substitute for your own home made kombucha / water kefir / juice.
- 1 cup Imbibe Living Water Kefir Chlorophyll and Matcha
- 1 cup Imbibe Living Water Kefir Hibiscus and Beetroot/Rosehip
- 8 Tablespoons gelatin / agar agar
- 1-2 TBS honey or sweetner of your choice or none at all
Gently heat the 1 cup Imbibe Living Water Kefir Chlorophyll and Matcha with 4 TBS gelatin and honey until the gelatin has dissolved. It generally takes me around 5-10 min.
Once the gelatin has dissolved completely into the liquid, pour the liquid into your choice of:
- Silicon moulds
- Pyrex container (lined with baking paper)
- Any shape container you have (lined with baking paper)
You need to be able to flip the gummies out easily, or cut them (like a cake) out of a pyrex/container.
Only fill the container up to half way with the green liquid, as you want the rest of the vessel to be filled with the red colour gummies.
Place the half filled moulds in the fridge until set, around 10-20 mins.
Repeat the steps above, but using the Imbibe Living Water Kefir Hibiscus and Beetroot/Rosehip to give you the red colour.
Pour the red mixture over the green to get a two-tone effect.
Place the gummies in the fridge to completely set – around 10-20 mins.
Once firm, flip out of the silicone moulds or cut them into shapes. Place in an air-tight container in the fridge and enjoy. They last around 2-3 weeks in the fridge. But mine only last 4 days!
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