Post Workout Recovery Gummy Bears

Post Workout Recovery Gummy Bears

Looking for a fun way to get your post workout recovery in?  How about by eating candy? 🙂  This tasty treat can be made in large batches and divided up in baggies so they are ready to go.  Try any flavor of Jell-O you enjoy!

Ingredients

1/2 of a 3oz package of Berry Blue Jell-O

7 envelopes of Knox Gelatin

1/2C water

1/2 scoop 1stPhorm Ignition

 

 

 

Directions:

In a small bowl combine Jell-O, Gelatin packets and water.  Mix well and spoon into gummy bear mold.  I have included the link to the one I used below.  Or if you don’t want to use a mold, simply pour gelatin mixture into a shallow pan and when it’s set up, cut into squares.

Note: you will need to work quickly before gelatin sets.

Place filled trays in the fridge for 5-10 min until firm.  Pop gumy bears out of mold into a ziploc bag and pour in 1/2 scoop of ignition and shake until gummy bears are well coated.  Store in fridge until ready to enjoy!

Makes 4 servings

Copy and Paste this link in your browser for the gummy molds: http://www.amazon.com/Bigger-Cavity-Silicone-Kitchen-Fix/dp/B01504SXMC/ref=cm_sw_em_r_cdptod_D8qoxb0G694HZ_tt

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 serving
Calories 98
Fat 0
Carbohydrate 15g
Sugar
Protein 15g

7 thoughts on “Post Workout Recovery Gummy Bears

    1. Kimberly, A serving size is 1/4 of the recipe. The actual number of gummies or squares depends upon what size mold or pan someone were to use. So after making them, just divide them into 4servings and that will be the serving. 🙂

  1. Hello. I have tried many of your recipes and had great success with rave reviews. I tried to make these and it just didn’t work. It seemed the Ignition liquefied in the baggie, I only stored them overnight. Was I supposed to wait to put the Ignition on until I was ready to eat them? It also seemed the textured changed a bit overnight. I am going to try again but looking to see if I need to change something. Thanks and look forward to your feedback!

    1. Hi Jennifer. I’m sorry for the troubles. Try waiting to put the ignition on until you get ready to enjoy them. It could have been the moisture in the fridge.

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