How to make Gummies with 22 Superfoods for the Kiddos!
I’ve been giving Sunrise vitamin supplement to my daughter since she was 10 months old. It had helped me so much with my own health (which is a story I will share another time), that I decided I would try giving it to her as well. I love that it is cold pressed (which means no nutrients are lost in the process), full of so many whole foods (meaning she is getting the nutrients naturally occurring in foods, not synthetically created in a lab), and high in B12 (which was very important to me as she isn’t a huge meat eater, but I know how crucial this vitamin is for keeping her body’s nerve and blood cells healthy).
This kid loves, and I mean LOVES them! I started giving her just 1 tsp a day, and we have now worked our way up to half a pouch a day. So you can imagine how cost effective it is for me to give her these premium quality vitamins! 1 box lasts her a couple of months! So now it works out to be $1 a day for her to have a high dose of good quality vitamins and minerals. This kid doesn’t get sick, which makes my heart smile ♡
Just like the Frank’s commercial…we put this s#%t on everything! In smoothies, over pancakes, in baking, in water to make a juice, straight from the pouch, and now in gummy form!! Because…why not🤓 #momnerd
The gummies were such a hit that I thought I better share the recipe with everyone. And to make it so much sweeter…it only took me 5 minutes to make!! Happy gummy making!
☀Sunrise Kids Gummies☀
1 cup Sunrise Supplement (8 pouches)
2 1/2 teaspoons gelatin powder
4 teaspoons honey (if making for a child under the age of 1, use maple syrup instead)
2 Silicon molds
Combine the sunrise, gelatin powder, and honey in a saucepan. Mix with a metal spoon until fully dissolved and heat on medium-high.
Once warm, remove from heat immediately (don’t boil or it may lose its nutritional value) Taste for sweetness. The mixture should be almost too sweet, since the flavors will mellow during cooling.
Pour the mixture into silicon molds and pop into the freezer for at least an hour.
Store in the freezer or fridge.
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