We all know the benefits of Kombucha, Kefir and Gelatin, so why not combine them all!! These jello cubes or gummies are full of probiotics and some protein from the gelatin along with many other benefits of the gelatin. I love both kombucha and kefir, but prefer to drink Kevita Kefir since it is lower in sugar and made from coconut water. If you have not tried Kevita, I highly suggest you do!! It's not as carbonated as kombucha, but still delicious and refreshing. They just came out with new flavors including Tangerine, my favorite!! My other favorite is the Lemon Cayenne, but they are all good! If you are struggling with candida, I highly recommend you stay away from most kombuchas, as they do have some added sugar.
Kombucha and Kefir Jello
- 1 bottle (about 15 ounces) Kombucha or Kefir
- 3 tbsp grass-fed gelatin, I prefer Great Lakes Gelatin
- Sweetener of choice (optional, I used 1 teaspoon of Swerve)
- ¾ cup water, divided into ¼ and ½ cup
- Bring 1/2 cup water to a boil
- Sprinkle the gelatin in the bottom of a mixing bowl and pour the 1/4 cup water over it entirely to soften
- Once the water is BOILING, pour it over the gelatin as you stir it. Stir until all of the clumps are gone. You may need to mash some of the clumps, but it will all dissolve.
- Add the sweetener, stir and let the gelatin cool for a couple minutes. Don't wait too long or it will start to harden!
- Slowly add the kombucha or kefir stirring the entire time, it may fizz a little
- Pour into a mold or a 6x6, 8x8 or loaf pan depending on how thick you want the jello
- Place in refrigerator to set up
- Cut into desired size and serve
*If you want a more gummy type texture, add a couple more tablespoons of gelatin. You may need to increase the amount of boiling water to dissolve it all.
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