Sugar Free Lollies recipe

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Easy to prepare, sugar free lollies! They look gorgeous and taste great, the kids will not care that this recipe is healthy, they can eat as many as they wish of these Sugar Free lollies.

Like my marshmallow recipe these lollies use gelatin to set them into a jube texture. One layer is creamy using coconut cream (dairy free) and one layer uses fruit and coconut water. I used raspberries but any seasonal or frozen fruit would work.

Perfect for nut free and egg free zones at schools, they stay firm in lunch boxes too.

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Sugar Free Lollies

By August 13, 2013

Easy to prepare, sugar free lollies! They look gorgeous and taste great, the kids will not care that this recipe is healthy, they can eat as many as they wish of these Sugar Free lollies.

Prep Time : 30 minutes. Cook Time : 02h 00min Yield : a tray of lollies Allergens : , , , , ,

Rating 3.62 stars - based on 13 review(s)

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Place all of the Red layer ingredients (but not the gelatin) into a small saucepan and warm up to defrost the raspberries
  • Remove from heat and puree with a stick blender
  • Sprinkle the gelatin on top and whisk in
  • Return to a medium heat and continue to whisk until all the gelatin has dissolved
  • Coat a large baking dish (lasagna tray or cake pan) with coconut oil (I used 2 small silicon cake pans)
  • Pour the thick red jelly into the tray through a strainer to remove raspberry seeds and refrigerate to help set
  • Relax for 30 mins or so then test the red layer to see if it is nearly firm (it won't move when you shake the dish), when it is, you are ready for the next step
  • Place all of the white layer ingredients into the saucepan and whisk as you warm to a medium heat, dissolving all of the gelatin
  • Pour the thick coconut jelly on top of the almost firm raspberry jelly layer
  • Return to fridge to set completely (a few hours)
  • You can simply slice into small lollies or use small cookie cutters to make cute shapes (pictured - I used hearts and stars)
  • I also made these in ice cube trays and chocolate moulds but the cut out jelly slice looks the best and is the easiest
  • I store these in the fridge but they do remain firm in a lunch box or kept out of the fridge for the day
  • Gelatin is really good for your hair, skin, nails and digestion so these cute little sugar free lollies are really healthy options
  • You can use any fruit in place of raspberries, fresh mango would taste great when in season
  • Enjoy xoxSha
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8 Responses to Sugar Free Lollies recipe

  1. Erin

    Hi,

    Is there a certain brand of gelatine you would recommend?

    Thanks

  2. Lisa

    Hi I also have a question regarding gelatin! Does it need to be powder? I can’t find powder anywhere but have sheets.

    • Sha
      Sha

      Hello Lisa
      You can use sheets, enjoy.
      Sha

  3. Fiona

    Hi Sha,
    I cant get hold of Rice Syrup, is there a substitute?
    Thankyou.

    • Sha
      Sha

      Hi Fiona

      Rice malt syrup in Coles health section is also fructose free. Non sugar free (fructose free) cooks use manuka or raw organic honey . You can also substitute with some extra Natvia and raspberry instead.

  4. ange

    How long would these last in the fridge? I made a double batch last night and they’re great. But I made so much that now im worried they will go off. I love your recipes, me and my daughter have sensitivities to gluten and dairy and I really like to avoid processed sugars as much as possible. Thanks for providing such great recipes.

    • Sha
      Sha

      Thanks so much. I think they will easily last 1 week, glad you like them!

  5. Jen

    I am so excited to try this….I just found an organic gelatin called Gobio from Canada! I have been searching for organic for a while, and I am so excited to find it. You can order directly from them or through Amazon. Yummy!!!

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