Healthy Sugar-Free Strawberry & Lime Jellies

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A great way to sneak more gut healing gelatin goodness into your life with these keto strawberry and lime jellies. Sweetener and sugar free and flavoured naturally with just fresh strawberries. Gummies don’t come healthier than this keto recipe!

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Nutritional values (per jelly)

0.8 grams 0.2 grams 2.4 grams 0 grams 0 grams 13 calories
Total Carbs1grams
Net Carbs0.8grams
of which Saturated0grams
Magnesium2mg (1% RDA)
Potassium20mg (1% EMR)

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (24%), protein (74%), fat (2%)

Ingredients (makes 24 jellies)

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  1. Place the gelatin into a bowl. Add the water and allow to bloom whilst you prepare the strawberries.
  2. Blitz the strawberries in a high speed blender.
    Healthy Sugar-Free Strawberry & Lime Jellies
  3. Spoon into a muslin cloth and squeeze out the juice. Discard the pith.
    Healthy Sugar-Free Strawberry & Lime Jellies
  4. Place 1/2 the juice in a pan on a low heat to warm. Add the bloomed gelatin and whisk until combined. Turn off the heat and add the lime juice and the rest of the strained strawberry juice.
    Healthy Sugar-Free Strawberry & Lime Jellies
  5. Place your jelly mould on a flat surface (I used a silicone jelly mould but you can use a silicone ice cube tray or chocolate mould too.)
  6. Pour your strawberry mixture into a jug and then into the moulds. Place in the fridge for 3 hours to fully set.
    Healthy Sugar-Free Strawberry & Lime Jellies
  7. Store in a fridge for up to 2 weeks.
    Healthy Sugar-Free Strawberry & Lime Jellies
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Food is one of life’s most powerful medicines. I’m a true testament that once you find the right approach for you, you can overcome poor health through the healing power of food.

I believe the secret to radiant health starts and ends with a healthy gut so my recipes are all grain, gluten and refined sugar free. Most are also dairy-free.

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Comments (12)

Hi! I am enjoying all yr recipes. They are so good.
Just a quick qn. Could I use Gelatin Thickening Protein powder to make jellies?
Thank you!


Hi Jules, can you give me an example (brand)? Thank you!


Do you think a flavored sugar free gelatin can be used?


I would personally avoid it. Sugar-free jelly is often made with artificial sweeteners and colouring.


Where can I buy grass fed gelatin?  Do you have a brand you prefer?


Hi Lisa, I like Great Lakes.


This sounds delicious. Can you estimate how much total juice is used from the strawberries?  I would like to experiment with other fruit. Thanks for the recipe.


Hi Linda, about 3/4 cup would be best. You can definitely try other flavours like raspberry, blueberry or blackberry 😊


I have the same question. In step 3 it says to discard the pith, and step 4 it says to add strained strawberries. Did you mean to say to add the rest of the strained strawberry juice? I can't wait to make these today, I have everything I need right here. Thank you for all you do.


Hi Argia, that is correct, it is the rest of the strawberry juice. I hope you like it! 😊


These sound delicious.  However, I am a little confused - in step 4 you mentioned adding the rest of the strained strawberries . . . .  should that read ‘strained strawberry juice’?


Hi Christina, it is indeed the strawberry juice (clarified in step 4). Thank you!