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Raspberry Bone Broth Collagen Gummies

Powered by bone broth and sweetened with only natural sugars, these little collagen gummies are a cinch to make pack a nutritious punch with each bite.

Step aside kids, these sweet and sour gummies are your parents’ little treat.

Powered by collagen-boosting Kettle and Fire bone broth and sweetened with only natural sugars, these little gummies are a cinch to make and pack a nutritious punch with each bite. (Of course, the kiddos can enjoy these, too!)

Chewy, tangy and perfect for a post-meal treat or afternoon pick-me-up, these guilt-free gummies also happen to serve as the perfect supplement for combating natural collagen loss  — a process that happens as we enter our late 20s when our bodies stop producing collagen on their own.

Powered by bone broth and sweetened with only natural sugars, these little collagen gummies are a cinch to make pack a nutritious punch with each bite.

Having treats on hand (that you actually look forward to eating) can help boost collagen in the body and contribute to a number of health benefits, including improving the condition of skin and hair, reducing joint pain, and healing leaky gut. Simply heat a little bone broth and gelatin, add a few blended berries and lemon juice and stick it all in the fridge to cool.

While our version uses frozen raspberries and lemon juice to get that sweet and sour flavor, you could use any frozen berries and citrus combo you have on hand. Experiment with lime and kiwi or strawberries and orange to make a delicious range of these adult-grade gummies.

Recipe Tips:

Make sure that you are choosing gelatin powder not collagen powder for these gummies because collagen powder will remain liquid even in the fridge.

To ensure a smooth textured gummie, it is important to bloom your gelatin first in cool liquid. For this recipe, we let it soak in bone broth for a few minutes before heating it.

And as a final precaution, it’s important that the gelatin doesn’t boil. Boiling it will weaken the gelatin bonds and it might not gel. Just bring the liquid up to a simmer and stir until the gelatin and honey are completely melted. Then add your blended fruit and warm over low heat stirring until everything is combined and uniform in temperature.

Raspberry Bone Broth Collagen Gummies

Powered by bone broth and sweetened with only natural sugars, these little collagen gummies are a cinch to make and pack a nutritious punch with each bite.

Course Snack
Cuisine American
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 75 one inch gummies
Author Kettle & Fire

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. In a small pot, off heat, stir Kettle and Fire chicken bone broth with gelatin. Let sit 3-5 minutes while you prepare the fruit.

  2. In a blender, add frozen raspberries and lemon juice. Blend on high until fully combined. It should have a smoothie-like texture.

  3. Heat bone broth gelatin mixture over low heat, stirring occasionally. Once the gelatin has melted and has a smooth consistency, add honey to the pot stirring until it dissolves.

  4. Add raspberry and lemon mixture to the pot and mix well over low heat.

  5. Remove pot from the stove and pour the mixture into small silicone molds. Pro tip: use a turkey baster or eye-dropper to leave less of a mess.

  6. Move silicone molds to the refrigerator and let sit for 20 minutes, or until firm. Remove the gummies from the silicone molds and enjoy. Pro tip: place molds on a cookie sheet so they can easily be transferred to the fridge.

Recipe Notes

Store the gummies in an airtight container such as a mason jar or tupperware. Keep refrigerated up to 2 weeks.

Gluten Free 

Powered by bone broth and sweetened with only natural sugars, these little collagen gummies are a cinch to make pack a nutritious punch with each bite.

Powered by bone broth and sweetened with only natural sugars, these little collagen gummies are a cinch to make pack a nutritious punch with each bite.

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