Homemade Chewable Vitamins

Homeade Gummy Vitamins Kids love these and they are gut friendly inexpensive and customizeable to your child for grown ups too Homemade Chewable Vitamins

I get a lot of questions about how I get my kids to take vitamins and while mine will just take their fermented cod liver oil, probiotics, and magnesium without a problem…. it got me thinking.

How to make healthy gummy vitamins at home Homemade Chewable VitaminsI combined one of their favorite natural snacks (jello/homemade gummy bears) with vitamins to make a healthy, gut-boosting, and really kid-friendly multivitamin.

I can think of endless uses for these, but these are the one’s I’ve tried so far:

  • Adding Vitamin C Powder and using lemon juice to make chewable sour gummies
  • Adding probiotics with a fresh juice base  to make GAPS friendly chewy vitamins (add probiotics after heating!)
  • Using Homemade Elderberry Syrup as a base to make flu-busting chewy vitamins
  • Adding Natural Calm for chewable magnesium vitamins
  • Just making regular flavors and putting them in cute molds to make gummy snacks that are nut-free and approved for school activities
  • I’d love to hear other ideas that you guys think about!

One caution: If your kids aren’t regularly drinking bone broth (they should be!) then start slow and only give them a few of these at a time as their gut adjusts or they might have a little loose stool while they adjust since gelatin has a soothing effect on the digestive system. The advantage to these is that they use gelatin powder as a base so they sooth the gut and give some of the same benefits as bone broth.

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Homemade Chewable Vitamins
 
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These delicious vitamins can be made with your favorite flavors and vitamins to make a customized and healthy homemade vitamin.
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Recipe type: Supplement
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 8 teaspoons Gelatin Powder (I use this one because I have verified that it is from healthy grass-fed sources)
  • ½ cup juice (fresh squeezed or no sugar added) Pineapple will not work
  • 2 tablespoons of honey (optional)
  • Vitamins of choice. I've tried: Vitamin C, Probiotics, Magnesium
Instructions
  1. In a small sauce pan over low heat, mix the juice, gelatin and honey and whisk to incorporate.
  2. Heat slightly until gelatin is completely dissolved- it will be thick and somewhat syrup-like.
  3. Remove from heat and whisk in vitamins, if using.
  4. Very quickly pour into molds or even a small glass dish (oil with coconut oil) and put in the freezer for 10 minutes to harden.
  5. Remove and pop out of molds. Cut into squares if needed.
  6. Serve and enjoy! Tell the kids that they are gummy bears and they won't even know that are getting vitamins!
Notes
Make sure the gelatin is from a healthy source.
Try different flavor and vitamin combinations.
Our favorite fresh juice combinations are mango/orange, lemon/lime (sour) or elderberry syrup as the base.

What combinations would you add? Ever made your own vitamins or supplements? Let me know below!

Reader Comments

    • Val says

      This is a fabulous way to supplement my 5, plus hubby and I, for less! Can your liquid multivitamin recipe be converted into gummy form? Thanks :-)

  1. Kristy Kelley says

    Thanks for this vitamin recipe. I am trying to find a good way for my children to take their vitamins. I have a question for you. I’ve been reading into the GAPS diet for my children and I. I have a gluten sensitivity which has spilled over into basically all grains and lactose intolerance as well. Both my children have exzema, one has asthma and both have severe egg and nut allergy. My son who is one yr old, experienced anaphylaxis last week to eggs. You mentioned (and I’ve read about this other places) that the mother’s gut bacteria can be passed on to the baby. I guess my question is…could my poor gut bacteria lead my children to have severe/true food allergies to egg and nut? And my other question is…would the GAPS diet help with true food allergies? Or is it just for food sensitives? I’m sure the book will explain this as well so I will probably buy it. My last question (so so many)..how hard is it to keep your kids on this diet? Does your whole family do the diet?

    • says

      As sad as it is, mom’s gut bacteria can cause these issues in children. I wish so much that I had known this before I agreed to antibiotics during one labor. Especially for our son who was born via emergency c-section, the GAPS diet has been hugely helpful. He had several true allergies as well and I have no doubt that this was due to the steroids and antibiotics he got and the fact that he never benefitted from any of my gut bacteria. The GAPS diet can definitely help with this though. It is a long process and a hard one, but I can say that it has absolutely been worth it for us after seeing how much better our son feels and how much calmer our other children were (they weren’t bad before, but they just seem to have more self control and don’t have tantrums as much). It isn’t really that hard to stick to it once you get in the routine. I do have to bring food when we go places and we don’t eat out really at all, but I just remind myself that it isn’t forever and this will be so beneficial for them in the future that it is worth it now. Good luck if you decide to go forward and feel free to comment with any questions as you make the switch!

      • Kristy Kelley says

        Oh my gosh, thank you so much for replying so quickly! I too wish I would have know all of this before having my two children. They are a complete mess with allergies, asthma and exzema. I am definitely going to get the GAPS diet. How long have you been on the diet? How long to you plan to be on the diet? I understand that everyone one is different, just trying to get some sort of idea. Is your husband on board with this? I’m not sure I could ever get him to agree to put the kids on this diet let alone try to get him to do it!

        • says

          We’ve been on it for several months and will continue until at least a year, or when symptoms don’t come back when we stop. He is on board with the kids, but doesn’t always stick to it 100% himself when he is at business dinners, etc.

      • Bridgett says

        So I’m getting ready to make these vitamins for myself and my kids but I’m wondering…..can u use the vitamin C, magnesium and probiotics all in one batch/mixture?

  2. says

    Cool. I so wish I could find reliably kosher gelatin (the GL brand isnt truly kosher for me). I have seen a fish gelatin but its from farm raised tilapia which I am leary of.

    • says

      Hmmm. I’d be leary of the tilapia one too. What is it about the GL brand that isn’t Kosher enough. I’ll see if I can find another source that would fit your needs…

    • Molly Malone says

      Hello, about 2 years later!

      I’ve used agar-agar, it doesn’t melt at room temperature like gelatin does, and sets up firmer so you use less. Depending upon the form, it comes in flakes, sheets, and powder, you’ll just have to search for how to use the form you have, likely it will be on the package. Agar-agar is also vegan and therefore vegetarian for anyone who needs that.

      Agar is used in Asian countries for ‘jello’ maybe because it’s easier to get (it’s from seaweed) and maybe because it melts at a higher temperature making it better for hotter climates.

      Anyway, it would work great. If you don’t like the mouth feel, you may have used too much. I’ve overdone it with gelatin and it sets up very stiff, too, so that could be it.

      This is such a great idea, I love it! Make your own vitamin gels! Why couldn’t we just open up a couple of capsules of choice and mix them in? It might be gritty, but still, it isn’t a capsule to swallow.

    • Maria says

      This is late in the thread, but Great Lakes makes a kosher variety now. You can find it in amazon. It’s in a green container:)

  3. Beaut says

    I was looking all over pinterest and random blogs for a good gummy vitamin recipe this week. Of course you’d provide right away! Thanks so much for this recipe! I’m going to make it (for myself) right away!

  4. Debra D. says

    Just to clarify before I make them- do you mix the different vitamins listed above into the same batch or do they need to be in seperate ones? And does the elderberry syrup replace the fruit juice when using? Thanks!!

      • Chris says

        Question about mixing magnesium and Vit C. I can not find information that agrees with you that they should not be mixed together. Can you tell me your source? I have found many place that say it’s ok the take Vit C and magnesium together. Thanks!
        Chris

        • Shannon says

          Buffered Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) includes magnesium and I thought that was for the purpose of it being absorbed better. However it does have to be “buffered.”

  5. Elizabeth Resnick says

    Thanks for the great ideas! I just discovered your website and love it! The chia energy bars and sports drink have been hits with my picky family. I’d love to try these gummy treats, even just to get the gelatin into my kids. Could an herbal supplement (one of the ones from Gaia) be mixed into this also?

  6. Elizabeth Resnick says

    One more question….just tried making a batch with Natural Calm. I added a tablespoon of Natural calm to one cup juice and 16 teaspoons gelatin. The Natural Calm really fizzed up. Will it jell OK?

      • LAUREN says

        Are you using 2 teaspoons of liquid or powder vitamins? Also I am not sure how to properly assess how much of each vitamin is in each gummy. Any suggestions?

  7. Kathy says

    This is an answer to prayer!!! I have been trying to find vitamins that all three of my kids would take. I love that I can add whatever I feel they need. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!

  8. Kathy says

    I forgot to ask, if you are using the elderberry does that replace the 1/2 cup juice? When cutting them or putting them in molds how much would you say a serving would be? How much of the vitamin C and Magnesium and probiotics do you use or do you base those amounts on servings? Thanks!!

  9. Cassandra says

    Do you know if this will work for an oil base like FCLO? I’ve got a variety of things I’d love to be able to give my daughter to heal her health (from my bad health) but thought I’d have to wait until she was old enough to take a pill.

    • says

      That is on my list to try. It will work, though it might need to be emulsified, I’m just not sure on the taste… have you tried the kids licorice flavored gel? My kids actually really like that one

      • Cassandra says

        We’re drowning in student loans and I only have 1.5 bottles of cinnamon from a bulk buy so I don’t know and I’ll never know. Just trying to make the best of what I’ve got so I can’t exactly go experimenting if it won’t work. The other question is how well do they store? Have you made a huge batch yet?

        • says

          I’ve been making small batches since they are so fast to make, but they should store weeks in the fridge. Maybe try a chai tea/coconut milk base with the cinnamon to hide the taste! Let me know how it goes..

  10. says

    Nice! Thank you (times a million!) for adding the awesome little printable recipe! So much easier than copying and pasting (something I’ve been working on with a lot of your recipes). ;0)

  11. says

    I’ve been thinking about this idea over the past few weeks and here you’ve already done most of the work for me! So glad I found this and can’t wait to try it out out. I’ve been contemplating an herbal vitamin tincture for my boys since, even at 6 and 8, they don’t seem to be able to take the food-based vitamins I have for them. I just need to do some research and decide exactly what I’d like in their herbal multi tincture and then get moving on it.

    • Abbie Heller says

      All juice is going to have grams of sugar listed on the nutrition info as fruit has naturally occurring sugars; just check to make sure sugar isn’t being added in the ingredient list.

    • Jenny says

      There are still quite a few people around that make apple cider. After some research, I was able to find a local source with unpasteurized cider, and it is so much more delicious! Store bought juices have been pasteurized….which basically turns them into sugar water. For those unable to find an unpasteurized source, I highly recommend doing your own juicing. I don’t have a fancy juicer, but a little elbow grease and an old school juicer from the thrift store make the recipes so much more healthy (and delicious) since the food is actually alive!

  12. jess says

    HI – just wondering about using Natural Calm magnesium without first dissolving it in water. Do you think this makes a difference in absorbability? (the directions say to dissolve it in warm water to make it “ionic”) Thoughts?

  13. Emily Waters says

    Hi Katie,

    I don’t normally post links on public thread/walls, but I just found “Gummi Bear silicone ice cube trays” online! The first thing I thought of was your gummi vitamins, and I thought I would share. I bet kids would love having gummi bears. Or I would love to have a gummi bear again, not sure which :)

    http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/ee56/

  14. says

    I love these! I am thinking of making a vitamin C/probiotic version for mornings, and a magnesium version for evenings. Is there anything else you’d suggest adding to have a nice calming effect to the nighttime version? Any ideas about how I might make them blue?

  15. says

    So I just made this with ‘Simply Orange Juice’ and Knox gelatin, mostly because I was too impatient to wait for the good gelatin and already had the orange juice on hand. I made up a batch and it came out tasting literally like nothing with a tiny tiny hardly noticable hint of orange. Did I mess it up? Was it the quality of the ingredients?

  16. Cindy says

    I love this site! I can’t get enough! I will try this with my niece. She is five years old. She is a verrryy picky eater and I worry that she does not get enough of the nutrients she needs. Also her teeth are worn out already…I want to get her cod liver oil/ butter oil (blue ice brand) capsules but am not sure about the dosing for her in capsule form. There’s just about zero chance that she’ll take the gel. I even hate taking the gel!

    • Charlene says

      Did adding the cod liver oil change the consistency at all or did you just replace some of the liquid with the CLO? How much did you add? Thanks. :)

  17. Kelly says

    Question..Do most vitamins come in a liquid form to use in ” recipes”, like this one? Where is the best place to find them?

  18. says

    Can I ask you a question about adding probiotics to this? What type would you add? I mostly have the powdered refrigerated version right now, and it seems like any liquid would activate them, and heat would destroy them. Do you know of a kind that would tolerate this? Thank you! I benefit greatly from your blog!

    • Shelley W. says

      I know for me personally its because I don’t find most of them of a good quality and the few that i have found are expensive, plus I plan on making some for my man as he has issues with pills. So far no really decent adult gummies can be found.

  19. Dainty Lia says

    I plan on making the Vitamin C (only) gummy for my 3 and 5 yr olds. This recipie says it serves 4 but approximately how much should each child have a day in order to not get too much or too little. Thanks : )

  20. says

    I read that you could make a Vitamin C, probiotics, OR magnesium vitamin but was wondering if you have tried to place all those ingredients into one vitamin. Would you be able to make a “multi-vitamin” that incorporates more and doesn’t lose it’s potency?

  21. Maria says

    I made these and used fresh orange juice, a little lemon juice and vitamin c. My little siblings loved them and kept begging me for more. Thanks for the recipe!

  22. Melissa Christensen says

    So if i use a different size mold, I’m assuming I should just multiply the dosage of the vitamin to the number of actual gummies I will be giving my child? By the way, your blog is a God send to us mama’s that have such a hard time giving our kids these vitamins!!

  23. Carolyn Searle says

    I made these this week & my kids love them! My only question is that doesn’t the heat kill the Vitamin C? I know you can’t let the mixture cool too much before adding it since it sets up quickly, so was just wondering what your thoughts were on the stability of the Vitamin C?

  24. says

    this may have already been mentioned, but i’m concerned about adding the vitamins while it’s still hot. There is no need to, really. Just let it cool down, then add, then freeze, right?

    • malzimus says

      Have you ever tried giving your child chlorophyll? You can get it in plain or flavoured liquids or in capsules. My midwife (and others) highly recommended it when I was pregnant and it works quicker than most things for correcting anemia and maintaining good levels. Mine is NOW brand flavoured with Peppermint and extracted from Alfalfa so it’s very green and because it’s naturally based, I believe your body only takes from it what it needs and expells the rest.

  25. mari says

    Oh, these sound GREAT! I’m going to add the Vitamin D3 drops we have. This is brilliant, thanks for sharing.

  26. Organicdaisy says

    Do you keep these in the fridge after making them? Mine got rather rubbery…not sure if my toddler will be able to chew them. Any thoughts? :) Thanks!!!

  27. Julie says

    Think these would work for chia seeds? I’m trying to eat more of them since I find I have more energy when I have them and I don’t really like any of the solutions I’ve tried for on the go. I grind them up in a coffee grinder so they’d be more fine than normal.

  28. Renee Simons says

    These look great. I can’t wait to try them.How long will they keep in the fridge? Have you ever added FCLO to them? Maybe a flavoured one…I’m looking for a way to get my 2 yr old to take it without a fuss. Last question. What is the biggest batch you have made of these gummies?

  29. Soccy Rivas says

    Hopefully you can answer this but how much powdered vitamin in each batch and which supplements can go together? Thanks

  30. Tawnee Hinton says

    Has anyone done an approximate cost on these? I love the all-natural, do it yourself and love that I can add what I want so obviously it would differ if you do other vitamin adds etc but if following the original recipe, do we know what the cost might run? Thanks.

  31. Melissa Craig says

    Can I use keifer water as the probiotics? How would I incorporate that? Thanks! Love your blog!

  32. Allison Almond says

    okay. when I make this – mine come out too thick and chewy. What am i doing wrong? Just made these again just now. TIA

  33. Lisa McCoy says

    I love this idea, thanks for sharing???? I wanted to know if you can make these “in bulk” (a weeks worth). If so what would be the best way to store them and what would the measurements be? Thank you

  34. Carson Collins says

    My sister is an adult but has trouble swallowing pills, and she really needs iron. Maybe I could make these for her? How much Iron do you suggest? And should I just use capsules or what? I’m kind of lost…

  35. shelbie resendiz says

    Hello! I’m so excited to find this recipe!! I’ve read through the responses but haven’t quite seen a clear cut answer. We are also on the GAPS diet for My 3 and 5 year old and I’m thinking this recipe would be great to give them thier Biokult and nature calm in. So should I mix their dose individually into each gummy? To ensure that they are reciving their adequate dosage? Thanks for all of your hard work!!!

  36. Bethany Maltais says

    Hi! These look fantastic but before I try them I wanted to ask if beyond organics terrain Kumbocha would work in these or not? I’m not sure if adding the terrain to a recipe would take away any nutrition or not? Thanks so much!

  37. Jules says

    Hi there, quick question!
    This is a great recipe with lots of room for experimenting. I am wondering if you have been able to do any research on how well the nutrients of the vitamins added keeps their potency when cooked into the gelatin?
    I guess this goes for powdered vitamins added, liquid vitamins, and various tinctures? ( I just tried my first batch and had added powdered caps of vitamins and a few drops of echinacea tincture – wondering if the nutrients boil/freeze off)

    I’d like to make some using various tinctures if you think that it is an effective way of consuming a tincture.
    Thanks!

  38. Zmama says

    I’m thinking of making these with Elderberry syrup, magnesium and turmeric. Should I still keep the supplements measurements at 1tsp each? I’m wondering if 1tsp of turmeric might be overpowering…

  39. Kelly says

    About how many does this make? Trying to figure out how much probiotic to add and how much of the completed recipe would be a daily dose for my 16mo old.

  40. SophieE_sophie says

    These were a success! My boyfriend and I hate taking magnesium tablets because they have a weird texture and I can never get him to habitually take probiotics. I made these with apple and lemon juice with added magnesium powder and probiotics. They taste pretty mediciney but the texture is great and my boyfriend likes mediciney flavors. I’m going to make them with grape juice tomorrow for myself- yumm.

    The only downside is that I’ve already had 3 and want more but can’t because I’ll overdose on magnesium and not have a very fun night.

  41. Jess says

    This is an awesome idea… my only concern would be serving sizes for vitamins. As I would be making my gummies for iron, which children can easily overdose on. Is there any way to monitor servings per gummy, to make this safer?

  42. Vicki Agee says

    How do I know how much of the vitamins to add? I stopped buying gummy vitamins long ago because of the questionable ingredients. My kids have begged me to find healthy ones. They will be so happy when I make these. Also, when I clicked on the magnesium, I don’t think it is magnesium? Can you verify that for me? Thank you so much. I appreciate all you do!

  43. Elise says

    I tried to make magnesium gummis. I chose to use elderberry syrup and magnesium glycinate powder with the gelatin and honey.
    My chemistry is rusty so I can’t explain why this happened, but as soon as I began stirring in the magnesium, it smelled bad and turned the color a dark green instead of purple. Ack! I plan to make more gummi’s but I am going to use the magnesium citrate next time.

  44. Shanna says

    Thanks for this recipe… I can’t wait to try it for my kids. Can you tell me how much fermented cod liver oil I can add to this recipe and it still taste good?

  45. Annmarie says

    Hi
    I listened to your interview on paleocon today and u mentioned adding fclo to these vitamins. I just bought the kid approved radiant life peppermint flavor and it is so not approved by my kids! Would I be able to hide it in these? If so how much would you suggest I add to the recipe? Thanks!

  46. Carrie says

    How much of the orange flavored vitamin liquid do you add for children? And how many can they have is this like a fruit snack helping or one daily vitamin? Thanks!!

  47. Shelley says

    I am new to all this and just wondering about the honey in it with cooking it. I hear so many things from people about not cooking or heating honey. (i hear a lot of people say a lot of things about everything natural – ha!) I am going to try this recipe anyway – stopped and picked up gelatin at a local coop today. Just wondering about the honey and if you know if the lower heat does anything to it.

  48. Jennifer says

    Thoughts on adding egg shells dissolved with lemon to this recipe? Waiting for the gelatin and calm to arrive, thought I would see what you thought, thanks!

  49. Jenny says

    I just made these, and they’re awesome! Mine were a little different because I added 2 cups of strawberries and 1/2 blackberries also, but for the liquid I used 1/4 cup lemon and 1/4 cup lime juice and added 3 tsp of vitamin C powder. I used the same amount of gelatin, and these set up fine. They were a great flavor and color. My husband likes tart things, and these got his stamp of approval! I like sweet things and found them delicious! The only change I will make in the future is not using whole blackberries due to the seeds…. :( …..I didn’t think that part through soon enough so they are slightly unpleasant in that regard. I plan on trying a probiotic one next with just unpasteurized apple juice! Your recipe is awesome base that leaves a lot of room for customization and creativity! I appreciate you so much!

  50. Jen says

    Love your site and having fun making a bunch of different things. I just got the ingredients to make the gummy vitamins for my kiddos. I’m just not quite sure how much to use. I have Vit C powder, probiotics and the magnesium that you recommend. I read in the comments that I should not combine vit c with mag so I won’t do that but can I combine the vit c and probiotics ? If so, how much would you add to this recipe?

  51. Dawn MH. says

    Do you add all those vitamins or chose just one? Are there other vitamins kids need (that they normally would not get enough of) that should be added? I am new to this so have no idea where to start! I used to give my kids the gummi over the counter vitamins and then noticed they have a lot of stuff in them they shouldn’t!! I have a 4 & 5 year old.

  52. Caroline says

    When using liquid Calm, how much do I add to a batch. The bottle says the 2T is the serving size. Do I multiply 2T times the number of molds I have?
    I love this idea and am ready to try it, just unsure of how much liquid vitamins to add.

    Also, since I should not mix vitamin C and Magnesium, should I keep the elderberry syrup out of the Magnesium vitamins since elderberry syrup is high in vitamin C?

    Thanks a bundle!

      • Caroline says

        Thanks for your reply, Katie!

        I am making these gummies for my children and of course want to keep each gummy at the correct dose.

        My bottle of liquid Calm lists a single serving size for children at 2 tablespoons. I was trying to make each gummy a single serving size (as in one gummy per child and include the 2 tablespoons in the one gummy serving.)

        I’m going to continue to experiment I guess.

        Thanks so much for all your wonderful content and great ideas.

        Blessings,
        Caroline

  53. kristen says

    Katie,

    I figured I’d come to this page to ask about Juice Plus. Thoughts? I have a dear friend (my doula!) who reps for the company and loves the stuff. You ever done any investigating?

  54. Shannon says

    How much of the supplements do you suggest adding to this recipe? Or how many “servings” does the recipe make? I’m supposed to be giving my toddler a certain amount each day per doctor’s instructions. Thanks!

  55. essay says

    I made these with Natural Calm and they didn’t gel. I might have put in too much magnesium, does anyone have experience with this?
    My mold makes 24 daisies, which takes almost two cups of liquid. So I heated water and added Natural Calm, thankfully having a frying pan nearby because it fizzed up over the side. Then I stirred in the gelatin, then the honey, some black cherry concentrate because the stevia in the Natural Calm tastes bitter to about 1/3 of the population, me included. It’s been in the freezer for nearly two hours now…

    For two cups of total liquid, I used 8T Natural Calm and 12T Great Lakes gelatin. That should have been enough to gel it all, and give me one teaspoon of Natural Calm per serving.

    I’ve made these before with just gelatin and fresh grapefruit juice and they were great, was hoping to add the magnesium. With the grapefruit, 6T gelatin for 2 cups liquid wasn’t enough — they fell apart.

  56. Hilary says

    This is a great recipe and idea, however if people are making these for their kids they should be advised to be cautious of vitamin proportions and maybe to avoid the fat-soluble vitamins unless they are confident in the proportions they are using.

  57. jenny says

    Is there any premade supplements you recommend for moms or adults on the go? I’m a bit concerned about over dosing on d3 ..magnesium etc and it seems like web md suggest a much lower amount than most sites. Feeling like there is so many conflicting sources out there on what you should intake and worried about being over or under.

    Help appreciated!

  58. Dawn says

    Made my first batch and kids hated them. All the vitamin c was sitting on the bottom of each and was so gritty and the probiotics were gritty on top. I need the vitamin recipe for dummies please :)

  59. Kelly says

    Hi wondering why pineapple juice won’t work. I accidentally bought a juice blend and it is a tropical blend with pineapple in it. Do you think it might work because it’s not full strength pineapple? Thanks

  60. Charlene says

    Me-oh-my! These are a life saver! I try to sneak supplements into my kids snacks and meals every day but doing this makes it hard to stay consistent. These vitamin gummies make it so much easier to remember because there’s no “sneaking” involved and because my kids ask for them! This recipe makes about 12 gummies if using a silicone mold with 1-2″ shapes. I double the recipe and add probiotic and cod liver oil with no problem. We’re going on vacation this week and I cannot express what a relief it was to just pack everybody a vitamin gummy for each day instead of trying to figure out how I’m going to give everybody their supplements while we’re on the go. Thank you, Wellness Mama!

  61. Carey says

    Whoops – was going to ask if there any sort of guideline or safety concerns about adding vitamins? I’ve never done this before and obviously don’t want my kids to get sick from too much of something. Thank you – can’t wait to try these!

    • Charlene says

      You can try to make the recipe with no vitamins and see what the yield is (for me it was 12), then when you make it again you’ll know how much supplement to add. Also, I add the supplements only my son takes directly into the molds before I pour in the gelatin. I just use a toothpick to mix. It really doesn’t incorporate as well but it is an option if you’re worried about measurements.

  62. Lisette says

    Katie I made these sans the vitamins and they tasted so good! My kids loved them and I love that they are eating homemade gummy fruit snacks! Thanks for the recipe!

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