Fruit Jellies in the Thermomix

Fruit Jellies in the Thermomix

Gelatine is all the rage for gut health, and here’s how I include it in my diet – fruit jellies! These are a really satisfying sweet treat and surprisingly are filled with protein and collagen. I’ve written this as a guide rather than a recipe because whatever your family’s favourite fruit flavours are, do that! Or whatever you’ve got on hand – this is a great way to use up little bits and pieces in the fridge. Look for grass-fed beef gelatine from the health food store, not from the baking aisle of the supermarket.

Makes 60

+ dairy free (option)
+ gluten free
+ quick fix
+ cooling


Powdered gelatine
Fruit juice (not kiwi or pineapple)
Fresh or frozen fruit
– Raspberries, Blueberries, Peaches, Apricots,
Watermelon, Mango, Banana or Pear
Extra liquid
– Fruit juice, Coconut water,
Coconut milk, thin yoghurt or thin cream
– Raw sugar, White sugar,
Coconut sugar, Xylitol, Honey, Maple syrup,
Agave syrup or Coconut nectar


This recipe can be found on page 81 of our brilliant thermo cookbook Thermo Cooker Fresh Favourites. If you don't already have this one in your collection, you can check it out here...



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