These Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies are just as good as store bought at a fraction of the cost! A tasty, healthy, easy-to-make treat!
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I have to confess I detest having apple cider vinegar in the morning. I have tried everything possible, diluted it with water, added sweetener but nothing has worked… until I made these apple cider vinegar gummies! Why drink apple cider vinegar when you can eat them in a gummy form?
I’ve seen ACV gummies (as they are affectionately named) in stores and they are just so expensive! So, after making my homemade healthy gummies, I put 2 and 2 together and they are cost efficient and healthy.
Why you will LOVE This Recipe
- It’s like a healthy desserts and snacks
- Much cheaper than store bought ACV gummies
- Fun to make
- Good for the body
- Less acidic than liquid apple cider vinegar
Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar is a fabulous choice to add to your diet because it helps your body in many ways. Here are a few reasons why apple cider vinegar is good for you:
- Healthy Bacteria: Apple cider vinegar contains acetic acid as well as a substance called mother, which contains proteins, enzymes, and friendly bacteria that is good for your gut!
- Disinfecting: The bacteria in Apple Cider Vinegar can be used as a natural remedy for some body infections and can also be used to clean, killing harmful bacteria.
- Helps Lower Blood Sugar: ACV can help keep blood sugar levels stable, aiding in treating diabetes.
- May Boost Skin and Heart Health: Research shows that incorporating ACV into our diets can help skin and heart health in both humans and animals.
Do apple cider vinegar gummies work?
This apple cider vinegar gummy recipe is authentic and healthy. It works as effectively as taking apple cider vinegar in liquid form. These have numerous health benefits and are a great addition to your diet. In addition, making you own ACV gummies ensures no additives are used contrary to the store bought ones.
How many apple cider vinegar gummies should I take in a day?
The number of gummies you take depends on how much apple cider vinegar is in each gummy. The less diluted with honey and apple juice the more apple cider vinegar they will contain. One gummy tends to contain between 300-500mg of apple cider vinegar. I usually consume 2-3 gummies per day making it about 900 – 1500mg of apple cider vinegar per day.
If you want to incorporate more apple cider vinegar into your diet, but aren’t sure about the strong and sour taste, your best bet is to enjoy it in the form of gummies! Let’s gather together all the ingredients we will need to make them and get started- here’s what you will need to make yourself a batch:
- Apple Juice
- Raw Apple Cider Vinegar
- Knox Gelatin
How to make Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies
In a medium pot, add some of the apple juice, apple cider vinegar, and honey and whisk to thoroughly combine. Bring the mixture to a simmer over medium heat.
While the first mixture comes up to a simmer, pour the remaining juice into a small bowl and sprinkle the gelatin overtop. Allow it to sit for a little bit.
While constantly whisking, pour the hot mixture into the gelatin mixture and continue whisking until it is completely dissolved.
Pour into a pan and then pop the pan into the fridge and chill until firmed up completely.
Slice up the gummies as desired and DEVOUR! Enjoy!
Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies FAQ
- What is the best time to take apple cider vinegar gummies? There is no perfect time to take these gummies. ACV gummies can be consumed either first thing in the morning, before your meals or also during the day. I usually take mine in the morning to start the day on a healthy note.
- What sweetener can I use? I like using honey but any sweetener could do. I have tried them once with maple syrup and they tasted great.
- What apple cider vinegar to use? my favorite ACV is Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar. It is made from organically grown apples and obviously contains high “mother” amounts.
- Is Knox gelatin vegan? Knox gelatin is made from animal collagen so it is definitely not vegan. My go to vegan gelatin is agar agar powder. Just keep in mind that it gives a firmer texture. I generally use one teaspoon of agar agar powder instead of 8 teaspoons of gelatin powder.
It is important to keep these apple vinegar gummies stored properly so that they will stay firm and won’t get too warm. Store the apple cider vinegar gummies in an airtight container in your fridge. These gummies will keep the perfect consistency and hold together well if kept in the fridge, so be sure to do so! If they are kept at room temperature, they will melt.
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- 1 1/2 Cups Apple juice
- 1/3 Cup Raw apple cider vinegar
- 3 Tbsp Honey
- 2 Envelopes Knox Gelatin
- In a medium bowl, whisk 1 cup of the apple juice, the apple cider vinegar and the honey. Bring to a simmer on medium heat.
- While that simmers, pour the remaining 1/2 cup of juice in a bowl and sprinkle the gelatin over top. Let stand to bloom for 1 minute.
- While whisking constantly, stir the hot liquid into then gelatin until dissolved
- Pour into a pan (8×8 inch for thinner gummies or something a little smaller if you want them thicker) and refrigerate for 3 hours, until firm.
- Slice and DEVOUR!
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