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Collagen Gummies

December 16, 2019



Collagen Gummies

Collagen gummies are fun, fantastical, fruity ways to get a handful of collagen peptides into kids’ and adults’ mouths. Great to pack as snacks for kids on long car trips, in lunch boxes, as quick bites to pop during game halftimes, these gummies have the same pleasing sweet taste and texture of commercial chewable gummies when made with real fruit juice. 

For fitness aficionados, these make ideal do-it-yourself gummies to tote on the go, in resealable baggies to the box, or for an easy treat to enjoy when you crest the top of a hill. These collagen peptides gummies can be made plain with water, collagen, and gelatin, or sweetened up a bit by using 100% fruit juice instead of water.  Take these Collagen gummies for skin, hair and nail support and great, zippy taste.

How to Make Collagen Gummies

Time: 30 minutes

Servings: 1 batch makes 50 mini gummies, 16 medium gummies, or 12 large gummies

Triple Berry Collagen Gummies Recipe

A hand scoops Triple Berry Collagen Quench into a white saucepan to make collagen gummies with a whisk and holiday greens nearby.

Ingredients

Pineapple Mango Collagen Gummies

A silicone mold contains star-shaped collagen Gummies

Matcha Collagen Gummies

A hand holds a green tree-shaped Collagen Gummie.

Equipment 

  • Silicone molds (any shapes)
  • Eye dropper or liquid measuring cup with a pourable spout

Instructions

  • In a small saucepan, combine water or juice, collagen, and gelatin.
  • Whisk until collagen and gelatin have dissolved. Place the saucepan on the stove over medium heat. Whisk occasionally as the mixture heats up and becomes more liquid. Place silicone molds onto a baking tray or cookie sheet. 
A hand uses a dropper to put green liquid into the Collagen Gummies mold with matcha collagen keto latte mix and a white saucepan and holiday greens nearby.
  • Once the gummy mixture is fully liquid, remove the pan from the heat. Pour the gelatin into a measuring cup with a pourable spout, or use an eye dropper. Carefully pour or dot gummy liquid into each cavity of the silicone molds. 
A hand reaches a dropper into a white saucepan with collagen quench, silicone molds and holiday greens nearby.
  • Transfer the trays or sheets with the silicone molds into the refrigerator to set (about 20 minutes). 
  • When the gummies are set completely, remove them from the silicone molds by pushing the sides of the gummies away from the sides of the molds and toward the center. Pull the gummies out of the molds.
  • Store the gummies in an airtight container in a cool, dry place, or in the refrigerator, for several weeks.  

Nutritional information made with spring water, entire batch:* 

Calories: 282

Carbs: 4-5 grams

Fat: 0-2.5  grams

Protein: 62 grams

Collagen Gummies sit on a white background.

Nutritional information made with 100% pineapple juice, entire batch:* 

Calories: 415

Carbs: 36-37 grams

Fat: 0-2.5 grams

Protein: 63 grams

Nutritional information calculated using Cronometer. 

*One serving size is about 8 small gummies, 4 medium-sized gummies, and 3 large gummies. Exact nutritional information depends on flavor and liquid used. 

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