Turmeric Tummy Gummies
Happy Thanksgiving 😀
This recipe is for especially for my American friends. It’s time to throw away those elasticated pants that are synonymous with post thanksgiving feasting, and turn your attention towards my tummy gummies to help target any lingering after-feast bloat.
Thankfully, my gut healing turmeric gummies have arrived just in time, to offer relief from festive over eating and have you and your digestive system back on track quickly.
By the way, if you're still on the hunt for a good healthy pumpkin pie recipe, you'll love this one below which is studded with raspberries with hints of vanilla and a cashew and flaxseed base.
These delicious gummy treats can help to reduce inflammation and settle down your digestive system. They’re loaded with the queen of spices; turmeric, providing a lot more than just boosting colour and flavour; it can also aid in weight maintenance and is a powerful anti-oxidant.
Ginger and turmeric are quite closely related and, like turmeric, ginger also helps to decrease inflammation in the body and serve as a wonderful immunity booster and de-bloater. A dazzling duo, think of this combination as an inflammation-squashing addition that can be sprinkled into your many of your favourite meals and made into soothing hot drinks. Ginger can also reduce nausea, and is an appetite suppressant.
You’ll be surprised at how super quick and easy these gummies are to prepare. Black pepper is included in these gorgeous gummies since it helps to improve the amount of curcumin from the turmeric absorbed by your body (the more the merrier!), and the rice malt syrup helps to counteract the bitterness of the turmeric and the heat of the ginger. Feel free to add another sweetener of your choice like raw honey if you prefer.
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Enjoy gobbling up these healthy snacks…
Turmeric Tummy Gummies
Makes about a dozen
Supercharged Tip: Pour the mixture into moulds for some quirky shapes!
- 1/4 cup water
- 2 tbsp gelatin powder
- 1 cup coconut milk
- 1 tbsp turmeric
- 1 tsp Love Your Gut powder (optional)
- 1 tsp ginger powder
- Few cracks of black pepper
- 3 tbsp rice malt syrup
- Place water in a large bowl and sprinkle over gelatin until it starts to bloom, set aside while prepping the other ingredients
- Add coconut milk, turmeric, LYG powder, ginger, pepper and rice malt syrup to a pot and heat on a low heat for 5 minutes, and whisk to combine
- Slowly add the coconut milk mixture to the gelatin and whisk to combine, this may take a few minutes to remove any lumps
- Pour through a sieve into a plastic or glass container mould and leave in the fridge for 3 hours, or until firm enough to turn out and slice into cubes
- Store in an air tight container in the fridge for up to a week
Hi, thanks for recipe. Do you think I could sub cashew milk/cream for the coconut? Also maple syrup for the sweetener? Thanks in advance
Yes you could def try that 🙂 lee
Hello! i’m excited about trying this recipe for our Christmas!!! Just wondering if these gummies can be made ahead of time and frozen?
or if this would ruin them? thanks 🙂
I have just made these. Incredibly yummy! What would you consider as a portion size? Or simply how many should br eaten?
I eat a couple at a time but it’s totally up to you 🙂
It’s very nice to find out other writers share like minds on some content. This is the case with your article. I really enjoyed this.
Thank you so much! Lee x
I made these today and didn’t have ginger in the cupboard, so used cardamon powder instead.
Is there a vegan option for the Gelatin? I have a friend who would love these, but is Vegan.
Great! Yes you could use chia instead 🙂