Mum shares GROUNDBREAKING secret recipe for the MOST nutrient dense homemade gummies on the planet

How to make your OWN vitamin gummies: Nutritionist shares her secret recipe – and says they are the most ‘nutrient-dense you can get’

  • Nutritionist Sheridan Austin shares recipe for homemade vitamin gummies
  • Sheridan recommends personalizing the recipe based on individual need
  • She uses gelatin, fresh fruit, honey, vitamin C, quercetin, and more
  • The gummies take 20 minutes to make and are ready after 2 hours in the fridge










A nutritionist and mum, Sheridan Austin, has shared the recipe for her nutrient-dense homemade gummies that promise to be more effective than store-bought vitamin pills.

To make the tasty homemade gummies, Sheridan used 1.5 cups of water, 1 cup of fruit (mango, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, or a mixture of all is recommended), and 4 tbsp gelatin.

She also recommends an optional sweetener to taste such as monk fruit, stevia, maple, or honey – although she advises against this for children. Additional optional nutrient bombs such as 1 tbsp of liposomal vitamin C and quercetin may also be used.

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A nutritionist and mum, Sheridan Austin, has shared the recipe for her nutrient-dense homemade gummies that promise to be more effective than store-bought vitamin pills

To make the tasty homemade gummies, Sheridan used 1.5 cups of water, 1 cup of fruit (mango, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, or a mixture of all is recommended), and 4 tbsp gelatin

To make the tasty homemade gummies, Sheridan used 1.5 cups of water, 1 cup of fruit (mango, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, or a mixture of all is recommended), and 4 tbsp gelatin

Sheridan first blends 1 cup of water, the fruit, optional sweetener, and nutrient bombs together and then sets it aside.

She then combine the gelatine and remaining 1/2 cup water, and stirs until no granules or bubbles are visible.

Next she poured the gelatine into the fruit mixture and stirred through with a spoon, but she warned against blending the mixture as that will create foam and bubbles.

Then she merely pours the liquid into a mold and pops them in the fridge for a couple of hours to completely set.

She also recommends an optional sweetener to taste such as monk fruit, stevia, maple, or honey - although she advises against this for children.  Additional optional nutrient bombs such as 1 tbsp of liposomal vitamin C and quercetin may also be used

She also recommends an optional sweetener to taste such as monk fruit, stevia, maple, or honey – although she advises against this for children. Additional optional nutrient bombs such as 1 tbsp of liposomal vitamin C and quercetin may also be used

Sheridan then poured the gelatine into the fruit mixture and stirred through with a spoon, but she warned against blending the mixture as that will create foam and bubbles

Sheridan then poured the gelatine into the fruit mixture and stirred through with a spoon, but she warned against blending the mixture as that will create foam and bubbles

‘You absolutely want to get to know gelatine, as it’s one way of getting the amino acids that you will also find in collagen and bone broths,’ Sheridan said.

She further elaborated that the amino acids make up the collagen in bodies, support the immune system and process of detoxification, and assist in the healing of the gut lining and skin, and support nail and hair strength and growth and so much more.

‘But, why stop there when we can make them more nutrient dense by not only adjusting what we add to them but also HOW we make them!’ she added. ‘This recipe is truly groundbreaking.’

‘Making your own gummies ensures you can choose what to focus on, for example when you or your little darlings need enhanced immune support you can add liposomal vitamin C and/or quercetin for lowering histamine, slow down viral replication and lower inflammation.’

Sheridan also suggests steamed greens or making a vegetable purée and then adding gelatine for different nutritional requirements.

Recipe: Sheridan’s homemade vitamin gummies

Ingredients:

  • 1 1/2 cups water
  • 1 cup mango OR berries (may use blueberry, strawberry, or raspberry, or a mixture of all)
  • 4 tbsp gelatin
  • Optional sweetener to taste such as monk fruit, stevia, maple or honey (not recommended for babies)
  • Additional optional nutrient bombs such as 1 tbsp of liposomal vitamin C and/or quercetin

methods:

  • Blend 1 cup of water, the fruit, optional sweetener, and nutrient bombs – then set aside
  • Combine the gelatine and remaining 1/2 cup water, and stir until you see no granules
  • Pour the gelatine into the fruit mixture and stir through with a spoon, do not blend as blending will create foam and bubbles
  • Pour into your choice of moulds, pop them in the fridge and allow a couple of hours to completely set
  • Slice and enjoy!

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