RAAW™ Juice Recipes: Gummy “Bear” Snacks

Gummy snacks are a great treat that people of all ages enjoy, but they aren’t usually that great for you. This recipe, using RAAW™ Juice and grass fed gelatin, cuts out the high fructose corn syrup and all the other bad stuff, just leaving you with Deliciously Natural Gummy Snacks the whole family can enjoy!

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What you’ll need:

  • RAAW™ Juice, flavor(s) of your choice (We used Passion Fruit Wheatgrass and Raspberry Lemongrass)
  • 7 to 8 Tablespoons of Grass Fed Gelatin (We used Great Lakes, If you can’t find this at a local store, try Amazon)
  • Sauce Pan
  • Candy Molds (Silicone works best) or small cookie cutters (We used a dolphin shaped ice cube tray for the Passion Fruit Wheatgrass, and a flower shaped cookie cutter for the Raspberry Lemongrass)
  • Measuring Cup
  • Wisk
  • Coconut oil, or other non-stick cooking oil or spray.

What to do:

In the room temperature saucepan, add one bottle of RAAW™ Juice and sprinkle 7 to 8 tablespoons of Gelatin on top, let the gelatin absorb the juice for a few minutes.

When the juice is absorbed slightly – roughly the consistency of a paste, place saucepan on stove top and heat over low heat. Wisk gently until all gelatin is dissolved.

Transfer liquid to a measuring cup. Lightly grease your candy mold with coconut oil or other non-stick cooking spray.  Pour liquid into the candy mold, and let set in fridge for 1-2 hours, or until firm.

Remove from mold and enjoy! Store in a refrigerated airtight container for 1-2 weeks.

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Do you have a RAAW™ Juice recipe you want to share? Share it with us in the comments below (and include a picture)!

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