GAPS Diet Lemonade Jello Cups

Gaps diet Jello Cups

 

GAPS Diet “Lemonade” Jello Cups

Getting your kid to drink the GAPS diet recommended 3 cups of meat stock every day can be difficult, especially when they are still used to all their old favorite foods!  We’re always looking for ways to make it easier. These GAPS diet jello cups are the ticket.  My 6 year-old said, “I can’t wait for our jello treats, mom!”  He gobbled up 1 and a half and he would have eaten 2 if I let him!

This recipe is legal from Stage 1 of the GAPS Introduction diet, as long as lemon, gelatin, and honey are tolerated.  You can play with how much honey is needed.  We liked it with 4 Tbs, but someone who is used to ‘regular’ Jello might need a bit more.

Take heart if your child is a picky eater. People generally prefer what they are used to food-wise. With some time, your child will come to like GAPS foods, though sometimes a difficult transition period and doing the Introduction Diet is required before this taste change takes place.  For more ideas on how to deal with picky eating on GAPS, see our article here.

 

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Gaps diet Jello Cups

GAPS Diet Lemonade Jello Cups

  • Author: Deanna Wilson, CGC
  • Prep Time: 25 minutes
  • Cook Time: 3-4 hours
  • Total Time: 4 hrs 25 minutes
  • Yield: 5-6 Jello cups 1x

Description

Looking for ways to feed meat stock to your much-loved picky eater?  Enter Jello!  This recipe is better if you use a meat stock made without onions or pepper. If lemon juice and gelatin are tolerated, this is legal from Stage 1!


Ingredients

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  • 1 2/3 cup meat stock
  • 1/2 cup + 2 Tbs lemon juice
  • 45 Tbs honey
  • 3 Tbs powdered gelatin

Instructions

Heat meat stock until warm, not boiling (about 120-130 degrees F.  You do not have to be precise. It is to make the other ingredients dissolve easily.  If it is too hot it will “explode” in your blender, so let it cool to 80-100 before blending).  Stir gelatin and honey in warm stock until beginning to dissolve.  Blend the meat stock mixture with the honey and lemon juice in the blender until frothy. Pour into ramekins and let set in the refrigerator for a few hours.


Notes

Makes 5-6 ramekins

Keywords: GAPS diet, Jello

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