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Homemade Vitamin C Gummies

These Homemade Vitamin C Gummies are a great way to get a little more Vitamin C into your child’s diet every day.

Made with real ingredients, these Homemade Vitamin C Gummies can be consumed as an addition to the child’s lunch box, as an after school snack or even as a special dessert after dinner.

Treat your children to these delicious homemade vitamin c gummies made with REAL ingredients.

What’s great about these Homemade Vitamin C Gummies is that you know exactly what ingredients are used. There are no hard to decipher, 25 letter ingredients to sift through in the ingredient list.

Treat your children to these delicious homemade vitamin c gummies made with REAL ingredients.

You may have to order some of the ingredients through Amazon if you can’t find them in your local health food store. But if you have Amazon Prime, enjoy that free 2-day shipping.

Homemade Vitamin C Gummies

Homemade Vitamin C Gummies
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Recipe type: Dessert
Ingredients
  • 1/2 cup really hot but not boiling water
  • 1 cup cold, fresh squeezed orange juice
  • 1/4 cup raw honey, optional, but do not add sugar in its place
  • 1/4 cup high quality animal gelatin (like this one or this one)
Tools Needed
  • silicone molds (Amazon has a ton of small silicone mold options)
Instructions
  1. Have your molds clean, dry and on a flat plate or tray that easily fits into the refrigerator. If using a glass dish instead of molds, carefully coat the bottom and sides with a thin layer of coconut oil.
  2. Mix the fresh juice and honey together. Stir well to totally dissolve the honey.
  3. Using a medium sized liquid measuring cup, quickly combine 1/2 cup of the cold fresh juice and honey with the gelatin. Then very quickly mix in the hot water. Add in the rest of the cold juice, completely mix and then pour into the molds.
  4. Chill for at least 20 minutes before trying to remove from the molds.
Notes
Special note from Respectably Recipe Contributor: This type of super healthy gelatin is very different from what is found in the fruit snacks at the store. Some people and children might experience an increase in bowel movements when first starting to consume the gelatin. We consume these daily, our 3 year old son easily has about between 5 – 10, but he’s also had up to about 20 for multiple days in a row and not experienced any shift. Start a little slow with your kiddos and increase from there just to make sure though.

You will want to move through these steps really quickly to ensure you’re able to pour all of mixture into the molds before it starts to set. If it does, simply reheat the entire mixture until hot, but not boiling, then pour the rest. This also applies if you make the gummies but they come out with a mealy texture and don’t just pop out of the molds.

Treat your children to these delicious homemade vitamin c gummies made with REAL ingredients.

How cute are these Homemade Vitamin C Gummies? With the endless silicone mold options, you could make these in different shapes each time you made them. I know I have two little boys who would be super excited for these adorable Homemade Vitamin C Gummies shaped like little dinosaurs.

Treat your children to these delicious homemade vitamin c gummies made with REAL ingredients.

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To store the Homemade Vitamin C Gummies, place in an airtight container and store in the refrigerator for up to two weeks. You can also freezer for up to two months. When ready to use, simply thaw and enjoy.

Treat your children to these delicious homemade vitamin c gummies made with REAL ingredients.

Do your children love gummy snacks? If so, I think they’ll love these Homemade Vitamin C Gummies!


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39 thoughts on “Homemade Vitamin C Gummies”

  1. Robin Rue (@massholemommy) says:

    I love this. We take vitamin C gummies in our house daily, but I have never knew I could make them myself. I need to try this.

  2. Kristen says:

    Okay, these look fantastic! MUCH better than the store-bought ones, I’m sure!

  3. Neely says:

    What a cool idea. I may try this sometime!

  4. Merissa says:

    These are perfect! I saw another similar recipe but it used some kind of crazy expensive vitamin powder so this seems much more do-able. I’m going to make some this week for my boys!

  5. Shauna says:

    Okay, those are so super cute and look like they are so much healthier than pre-made ones. I would have never thought of making them myself!

  6. Jeanette says:

    I never knew that you could make these! We are always looking for more natural ways to put stuff in our bodies! I will try these out!

  7. Pam says:

    These sound like they are really healthy! My kids love gummy anything and this is a great way to get them some Vitamin C.

  8. mary says:

    These sound great. And I think the whole family will be enjoying them. I think they look delicious. And I know the kids will love the shapes & color!

  9. Melissa Lawler says:

    I LOVE Gummies! I cannot wait to give these a try.

  10. Mimi says:

    I had no idea you could make homemade gummies like that! I like that there’s a healthy part to it, but I’d love to try them with strawberries, and maybe even raspberries! So great.

  11. Kristi says:

    Wow… never thought of making homemade gummies and vitamin C ones too… what a great idea. I love that there is just a few simple ingredients.

  12. Tammilee Tips says:

    I never even thought to make gummies like this!! What a great idea, I love that you know what exactly is in it.

  13. Liz Mays says:

    These are so clever! I’d love to make some! The shapes you used for yours are super cute!

  14. Marcie W. says:

    My kids take both multivitamin and immunity gummies every single day. I never thought it was even possible to make my own until this awesome post!

  15. Vera Sweeney says:

    I am in love with this idea!!! I hate not knowing what is in my supplements, I never thought to make them at home like this.

  16. Joyce Brewer (@MommyTalkShow) says:

    I think we can try to make these – over Spring Break or a camp-free week this summer. They look super simple.

  17. Stacie says:

    What a great idea. This would be a great way to save money too. I’ll have to try these.

  18. Toni | BoulderLocavore says:

    The timing of reading this is uncanny. My daughter and I just popped a few chewable Vitamin C tablets and were wincing over how sour they are. Now we could make these instead!

  19. Chelley @ A is For Adelaide says:

    This is absolutely amazing! I cannot wait to try these out myself for my girls!

  20. valmg @ Mom Knows It All says:

    Am I too old to like gummies? (Of course not!) I’ve never seen anyone make their own gummy vitamins before.

  21. Stacie says:

    My kids are always crazy about gummies and could eat a zillion of those little packages. I definitely need to try this recipe.

  22. Autumn @Mamachallenge says:

    That is such a great idea! I need to make some as soon as possible for my family to try out.

  23. Sabrina says:

    I didn’t know you could make your own vitamins! This looks like a great way to get kids to take their vitamin c!

  24. Nicole Escat says:

    Gaaaah i love the gummies! I am so addicted to it.

  25. Ryan Escat says:

    I love trying healthy thoughts, ideas etc., I’m sure my wife would also love this because it is DIY.

  26. Jeanine says:

    Making my own! I never thought to do this. What a really great idea. I will have to try these asap! Will save me tons of money.

  27. Kelly Hutchinson says:

    What a smart way to get the kids to have more Vitamin C. And so much fun to make!

  28. Ann Bacciaglia says:

    I love this idea. I will have to get the ingredients i need to make these. This is the time of the year you need extra vitamin C.

  29. Tammi Roy says:

    These look so easy to make. I will have to give it a try. I bet they are delicious.

  30. Raijean says:

    Wow, I’ll need to try this for my son. He needs new Vitamins in his life and this is perfect.

  31. Rachel Ferrucci says:

    I can’t tell you how much I love this! I am an advocate about drinking your OJ everyday but of course I forget most days. This would be a great way for me to make sure I get my vitamin C because I’m a snacker! Love it!

  32. CourtneyLynne says:

    Oooo these gummies sound great!!! Totally something I need to make for my daughter!

  33. Brandy says:

    This is a really awesome idea! I am all about more Vitamin C in our diets, will try to make these!

  34. Angela says:

    These look so good! My kids would love them for sure and what a great way to get some health in!

  35. Rosey says:

    They are super cute. Good advice on simply reheating if you don’t get the consistency you need.

  36. brianna george says:

    I love this idea of making your own vitamins. I wonder if it would be possible to do this with other vitamins beside vitamin C.

  37. Crystal says:

    I’m sure using other ingredients would add different nutrients and vitamins ? Have fun experimenting. I’m going to also!

  38. Holly @ Woman Tribune says:

    What a genius idea! It has actually never occurred to me to make my own gummies, and I love that you’ve added a significant health element to them by making them loaded with vitamin C and real ingredients. Great idea!

  39. Sarah Bailey says:

    This is such an amazing idea I would never have thought of making them myself but I bet they taste so much nicer home made. x

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