Gut Friendly Coffee Almond Gummies

Gut Friendly Almond Coffee Gummies

I whipped up a batch of coffee almond gummies last weekend. It’s a recipe from Sarah Wilson that I’ve been desperate to make for a while. But since I’ve had quite a few messages asking for the recipe I thought I’d share.

You don’t have to do these in a gummy bear mould, they work just as well in a baking tray and then cut into squares.

What you’ll need:

1 sachet of gelatine (you can use vegetarian-friendly gelatine which is available in almost all supermarkets, but it doesn’t set as well).

1/3 cup cold water

1 tablespoon rice malt syrup (you can use honey if you’d prefer)

1/2 cup cold black coffee

1/2 cup almond milk


Mix the gelatine and water together in a cup and let it rest for around 5 minutes.

Heat the rice malt syrup, coffee and almond milk in a small saucepan and then just before boiling point, add the gelatine. Keep mixing as the mixture cools.

Then pour into a small baking tray or a sweet mould and refrigerate for a couple of hours.

These are really good for a healthy afternoon treat or even breakfast on the go.

I’m going to do a post on gelatine soon as it’s a real super food. Gelatin has been shown to help with digestive issues, to reverse inflammation, soothe joint pain, boost energy, help damaged skin, hair, and nails and so much more.

Author: Rachael

I'm a journalist and creative consultant. I write about how busy women (just like you) can live, work and eat - better.

32 thoughts on “Gut Friendly Coffee Almond Gummies”

  1. I’ve never tried making my own gum sweets before, I don’t usually buy them either as I can never understand E numbers. I will definitely give something like this a try for my children without the coffee.

  2. I haven’t heard of these before, but I have loved all of the other Sarah Wilson recipes that I have tried.

  3. love the sound of the flavour. my hubbie would love these, just a shame they are made with gelatin, as I am a vegetarian

      1. ah, I missed that bit, just saw the word geletin and instantly thought animals. I never even knew that there was such a thing a vegetarian geletin. Will have to look out for this, and glad I can now try these gummies out too 🙂

        1. Lol I had to check I actually put it. Most supermarkets do it, I got mine from sainsbury as they do their own brand of it. Also, if you like jelly sweets marks and spencer are good for not using beef/pork geletin x

          1. Thanks hun. We have a M&S opening up in our town after Christmas, so will have to look out for these. Pinned this recipe, so I can give it ago xx

  4. Ooh these sound interesting. I need to show them to my sister – This is defo something she would love to try.
    Thanks for sharing hun
    Charlotte x

  5. They look and sound delicious! I’ve never tried to make gummies before, they sound quite straightforward to do so I’m definitely going to try them.

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