Quinn and Real Jello

Quinn, age 5, shares her favorite ingredients to make homemade jello: Great Lakes Gelatin and yummy juice. Boxed Jello is loaded with a bunch of yucky ingredients like artificial sweeteners, GMO byproducts, and dyes. It’s easy to make your own using only two ingredients! Great Lakes Gelatin (buy here) has protein and is good for glowing skin and healthy joints. Homemade jello is a perfect treat for kids and grown-ups!

Homemade Jello

  • 4 cups of yummy juice
  • 2 Tablespoons + 2 teaspoons of Great Lakes Gelatin

Mix 1 cup of juice and all of the gelatin in a bowl and set aside. Heat 3 cups of juice over medium heat for about 10 minutes (be careful not to boil!). Stir the hot juice into the gelatin mixture. Pour into a pan and refrigerate overnight. Cut into jiggly squares or cookie cutter shapes and enjoy!

*This method comes directly from the Against All Grain cookbook. It’s one of my favorites. See here.

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