Pomegranate Gelatin Gummies



Pomegranate Gelatin Gummies

Everyone loves Gummy Bears. They’re cute looking, colorful, easy to eat, come in snack bags for the kids….etc. But they’re also terrible for you. They’re literally globs of sugar, starch, syrup and fake gelatin. That’s so gross!!

I loved them so much when I was a kid. My aunt use to bring them for us from France whenever she comes to visit. To me now I recall them tasting like medicine. Of course I had never given them to my kids. We are making all kinds of healthier versions gummies lately. With the kids around, we end up of course eating them before having a chance to to take some pictures.

This recipe is really easy to make, healthy and so yummy. My kids love it and I love that they get some extra protein and gelatin. Their friends always tease them at school with all sorts of junk, so they are so happy whenever I pack two pieces for them to have after school lunch.

How to make Pomegranate Gelatin  Gummies



  1. In a pan, bring the water to boil
  2. Add the pomegranate and stevia
  3. Cover it and let it cook on medium heat for 25 minutes
  4. Remove from the heat and pass through a strainer to get ride of  the grains
  5. Put it back in the pan and add the gelatin and keep steering
  6. Pour into your favorite  silicone mold and store in the fridge for 1 hour ( I usually grease the silicone with some coconut oil so it will be easier to remove the gummies )


If you want to make this recipe in a much easier way you can replace the water and fruits and just use organic unsweetened pomegranate juice. Just bring the juice to boil and add 4 tablespoons gelatin and proceed to the same steps.


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Massiva Ouali BA, LSH, CRTS is a part time blogger, author and a mom on a mission to help her family live a better and healthier life through Mediterranean recipes cooking, natural beauty, personal care and cleaning recipes, successful parenting and much more. The recipes she shares have been tested and approved by her family of 5. Her goal is to help you reach your best in health and wellness. She named her blog after a therapy called '"Raindrop Technique” that she practices. She is a true believer that God’s/Allah's medicine is in the plants and essential oils. Join her on a mission of inhaling blessings and exhaling gratitude.


  1. Kim says

    How great! Thanks for sharing this recipe! I’m going to make these! I was wondering if I can use other fruit, like blueberries, strawberries, peaches, etc. Thank you!

    • Massiva says

      Hi Kim,

      You can use any fruits you like. Let me know about the outcome 🙂 and thank you for reading.You may to subscribe for my newsletter to not miss any updates and new recipes.

  2. Greta says

    Sounds so simple; can’t wait to try it! If I don’t have a mold, can they be made in a pan and cut into small squares? Thanks!


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