Great Lakes Gelatin is a collagen hydrolysate high in proteins needed to support connective tissue. This one dissolves in cold or warm water and is tasteless and does not congeal when chilled. It also helps replace synovial fluid in the joints.
CHOCOLATE COLLAGEN BARS... Ingredients: ¼ c powdered Great Lakes collagen from grass-fed cows... 2 T Swerve sweetener + 1/8 t pure stevia... 2 T cocoa powder... pinch salt... ¼ c coconut butter... 2 T coconut oil or Kerrygold... ½ t vanilla extract... 1 t MCT oil... Opt. Add-Ins: sf chocolate chips, chopped nuts, sesame or chia seeds, flaked coconut...
This is a fun recipe! I made it with STUR natural sweetener too, which adds color as well as taste. If you do not have Hibiscus tea, that isn’t going to change the taste, but the candy will not be pink. You can play with different flavors to your liking! After fructo-oligosaccharides the highest short chain fatty acid yielding prebiotic is — collagen. That’s right. Collagen (like the great lakes gelatin collagen hydrolysate) is a great prebiotic.
Strawberry Lemonade Gummies ~ Ingredients 2-3 cups strawberries (frozen or fresh) 1/2 cup frozen lemonade concentrate OR 2 cups pre-made lemonade (1-1 1/2 cups water to dilute lemonade concentrate- if you used that, add according to desired sweetness) 6-8 tablespoons Great Lakes gelatin powder * *Use less to make it more like Jell-O and more to make it tougher