Probiotic “Jello”


What do you feed a child with a cold and a sore throat? Jello is often a “go-to” food when kids have a sore throat. By making your own jello with Fast Tract, you will boost your family’s immune system all while serving them a fun treat!


“Jello” with probiotics – Miessence Fast Tract

Ingredients:

2 cups of organic juice of your choice (better if raw, not from concentrate)
1 cup Miessence Fast Tract gluten-free probiotics (if you reduce the amount of Fast Tract probiotics, increase the juice)
2 tablespoons of Great Lakes Gelatin (from grass-fed beef) or you can use a Vegan Gelatin
2 teaspoons of freshly squeezed organic lemon juice
1g of Stevia (a single serve sachet)

*tip: If you like a firm “Jello” add a tablespoon of Gelatin


Method:

  • Pour ½ cup of juice in a small sauce pan. Sprinkle the Gelatin on top.
  • Heat on medium-low until the “apple sauce consistency” turns into a liquid. Make sure all the gelatin has melted, and there are no clumps left.
  • In a bowl, pour the gelatin mixture with the leftover juice (1 ½ cups). Stir constantly to cool the mixture. When it has reached room temperature, add a cup of Fast Tract (the “cooling down step” is very important. You do not want to heat the probiotics).
  • Refrigerate approximately 4 hours.

jello NLFUN SHAPES and SINGLE SERVINGS!!

You can make fun shapes for Halloween, Christmas, Easter, Valentine’s Day… or any other day! Just use cookie cutters or cookie sheets with built in designs. Spray the pan with good quality cold press extra virgin Olive Oil, then freeze pan while making the mixture. COOKIE CUTTERS: Pour the mix on a cookie sheet (previously sprayed with oil). Refrigerate. When the gelatin mixture is hard, cut out shapes! Kids LOVE this part! COOKIE SHEET WITH BUILT IN DESIGNS: Pour the mixture on sheet (previously sprayed with oil). Refrigerate. Take out of the refrigerator and let oil thaw (a few minutes), then remove “jello”.

Recipe created by Isabelle Gagnon-Birch