Electrolyte Hydrator Gummies Recipe
Electrolyte Hydrator gel-o gummies are a PERFECT treat for anyone, anytime of day.
… even kids LOVE them. They are an easy way to add collagen into your own diet, or the diet of your potentially picky young ones! Rich in collagen, these treats are great for your hair, skin, joints & nails. They’re an ideal snack and a great alternative to sugary filled candy or jel-o.
Not only do these snacks taste AMAZING, but they’re also made from extremely nutritious ingredients that will leave you feeling energized & satiated, while helping to silence your inner sweet tooth – guilt free!
Step One: Choosing your ingredients.
This recipe doesn’t require many ingredients, but it is important to choose each of them wisely!
Here is our list of recommended brands & sources:
We chose Bulletproof Upgraded Collagelatin, because it is sourced from grass-fed cows who lead happy & healthy lives, so you can feel better consuming it – emotionally, and physically!
We chose Vega’s Sport Electrolyte Hydrator because it contains clean ingredients, and is packed full of other refuelling aids that are important for athletic recovery & also make you feel amazing. This powder also tastes delicious, and is sweetened naturally with stevia.
For this recipe, we used Lakewood’s Organic Lemon Juice because it is cold pressed – so important vital nutrients are still intact, it’s organically sourced & it is unsweetened. Note: You could also squeeze your own organic lemon juice for this recipe if you have lemons available!
We chose Harmonic Arts Raw Honey, because not only does it meet all of those requirements, it’s also local to us & sourced from wild bees that live a regular, unaltered happy, bee-life!
Step Two: Make sure everything is ready to go & measured.
Since this recipe requires a rapid pace to get all the ingredients mixed in,
it’s helpful to have all of your ingredients measured out before beginning the process!
Step Three: Mix the electrolyte powder with water.
In a container, or a shaker cup, mix the electrolyte powder into 2 cups of water.
Step Four: Add the lemon juice & honey.
Add the lemon juice first, mix it until fully incorporated, and then add in honey if desired.
Some people prefer it to be less sweet, and contain no sugar whatsoever. The Hydrator powder
adds a little bit of sweetness, so if you’d prefer a sugar free version, you can skip the honey!
Step Five: Make a gelatin puck.
In a small cup or container, mix 1/4 cup of water with the gelatin powder and stir quickly until it becomes firm.
Step Six: Add gelatin to mixture.
You can spoon out the puck (should come out all together) and add it into the saucepan.
Stir until it is completely dissolved – there should be no sign of the gelatin anymore!
Step Seven: Pour into molds or tray.
While still hot, pour your mixture into whatever container or tray you’d like. Gummy molds are
fun for kids (of all ages) & make these treats easy to eat, but if you don’t have them, not to worry!
You can pour this mixture into muffin tins or a cake pan.
Step Eight: Leave to set.
Once the mixture has been poured into its container, cover it and stick it into the fridge to set.
Step Nine: Remove & enjoy!
You’ll know that your gummies are ready when they’re firm and no longer a liquid.
You can now remove them from their molds, or cut them into squares or shapes in their pan!
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