- 2/3 cup fresh lemon juice (or fresh orange juice, if you don’t like sour go with orange, but I definitely prefer the lemon!)
- 2/3 cup berries (frozen or fresh, raspberries, blueberries, strawberries are all great.)
- 2 tablespoons honey
- 5 tablespoons gelatin (from grass fed cows… like this)
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Andrew C. 7 Nov
I have to agree that adding double the fruit is better. It seemed too sour but that may have been because of the raspberries as well. Did anyone have trouble pouring it into molds?
Linda 13 Aug
Not enough fruit to be flavorful. It was a waste of the ingredients. We doubled the fruit in a second attempt; that was an improvement. Gelatin could be added differently to avoid problems with difficult to dissolve chunks.
Silvia A. 8 Aug
I love the diverse recipes that are delicious but also healthy.
Ally W. 8 Aug
My grandchildren loved them!!
Lucero 10 Jul
i really liked the recipe. i did add some sugar because it was sour and bitter with just the honey. i also didnt have a working blender so i cooked it down more and ended up with little chunks of fruit but it was really good. my son absolutely loves these. i will be making them again!
jaz 16 May
i doubled the amount of fruit and added a tiny bit of sugar. they turned out great.
Morrison 26 Feb
They were good but a little too sour so I recommend to ad some sugar
Brittany W. 21 Oct 2016
Awesome! I put a bit more fruit and they turned out great! Even my 9-11yr old nieces couldn't get enough!
Renee M. 12 Oct 2016
Follow the instructions exactly and the end product was not edible. I would not make this dish again