Our Vitamin C of choice is acerola powder. This powder is a bit expensive, yet it is derived from fruit (a whole food). I feel it is much less taxing on our body compared to the ascorbic acid form of C. I usually triple this recipe for our family of 5 kids.
Warm juice on stove -- not boiling, but warm enough for gelatin to dissolve.
Remove from heat.
Once warm, briskly whisk constantly while you add the gelatin, a bit at time, to the juice.
Let the juice-gelatin mixture cool to room temperature.
Depending upon the temperature of your home, you will need to watch during this step that the juice mixture does not cool too much that it gels.
Once at normal room temperature, whisk briskly as you add the Vitamin C powder, again bit by bit.
When finished, pour the mixture into molds.
Pyrex cake pans work wonders for gummy squares (add coconut oil to bottom and sides to avoid sticking) or you can use cute silicon molds add some fun to gummy time. Either way, decorative or just square, my kids thoroughly enjoy the gummies and beg for them when I open the fridge.
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