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.