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Why mandarin orange gummy?
One of the main reasons to consider taking vitamins in the form of silverberries is the gelatin contained in the vitamins. If you’ve been looking at the wellness mom’s site for a long time, you already know how great gelatin is. It strengthens hair and nails, reduces wrinkles, supports healthy joint function and makes it easier to move.
I also believe that I was able to heal my son’s digestion and finally enjoy dairy products.
Gelatin is derived from the connective tissue of animals (collagen) and contains amino acid proteins necessary for a healthy body. In fact, 25-35% of our body’s proteins are made of collagen!You can read more about Here are the benefits of gelatin.
Difference between gelatin and collagen
Things can get confusing here. Animal collagen (connective tissue) is broken down into gelatin, which becomes powdered or sheet-like. Gelatin can be further broken down into collagen hydrosolate powder.
Both are incredibly healthy, but I want to use gelatin for these tangerine gummies. Collagen hydrosolate does not gel. This is great for adding to soups, smoothies and coffee, but not so often if you need gummy candies.
It is also worth noting that we use only grass-grown gelatin. Cows raised in the pasture Compared to factory-reared animals, it has a higher proportion of healthy and healthy nutrients. It’s better for the planet and our bodies.
Find mandarin oranges
Before I could find the tangerines, I actually had to go to several different stores. If you can’t find them, the taste is obviously different, but oranges also work. Clementine and mandarin are also popular these days and are closely related to mandarin, so they are also good alternatives.
If you can find tangerines, the unique spicy taste is worth it! Mandarins (like most citrus fruits) are rich in vitamin C. It also contains beta-carotene, B vitamins, calcium, magnesium and potassium.
Vitamin C boost
Most of us think of vitamin C when we hear citrus fruits, but camu camu berries actually blow them out of the water with this. A teaspoon of camu camu berry powder far exceeds 1,000% of the value of our daily vitamin C!Camu camu is also one of my vitamin C star ingredients Herbal electric.
This recipe produces 8 servings of citrus gummies, producing just over 100% DV Vitamin C per serving. Unlike other supplements, eating more than one serving is harmless. In the worst case scenario, eating the whole double batch yourself can lead to diarrhea.
According to the Mayo Clinic The average adult can process up to 2,000 mg of vitamin C before digestive problems occur. This recipe is less than half that amount for the entire batch. So please eat.
Among the spicy tangerine juices, vitamin C-rich camu camu, and protein-filled gelatin, these gummy snacks are not only delicious but also healthy. It can be stored securely in the refrigerator, making it perfect for children’s snacks. It doesn’t last long, so it’s a good idea to double the batch.
If you want to add essential oils to enhance the flavor, but you don’t have the oranges, Sweet orange It works again.
Tangerine gummy recipe
Get healthy hair, skin and nails with a vitamin C boost with these delicious citrus tangerine gums.
Put tangerine juice and honey together in a pan and mix with a whisk until mixed.
Sprinkle gelatin on top of the juice mixture and let it sit for about 4 minutes to “bloom”. When the gelatin appears to be wrinkled on the top and the gelatin is absorbed by the liquid, reduce the heat to medium heat.
Slowly whisk with a whisk for about 3-5 minutes until the gelatin is completely dissolved. Don’t get hooked here. Otherwise, the mixture will really foam!
When using, turn off the heat and mix the essential oils vigorously with a whisk. This helps to amplify the citrus taste.
Pour the juice mixture into a mold and refrigerate until it hardens. If you’re not using a mold, a glass baking dish will also work. When it cools, just cut the gelatin into squares.
Place the tangerine gummies in the freezer for about 5 minutes to make them easier to remove from the mold. Don’t freeze it as the texture will change!
Serving: 2g | calorie: 44kcal | carbohydrate: 8g | protein: 3.6g | sodium: 9mg | fiber: 0.1g | sugar: 7.8g
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