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1/1 Photo of Vegan Fruit Jello Cups
I have a recipe posted for Fruit Jello Cups that does not use the vegan setting agent if you are fine with using gelatin. See Fruit Jello Cups. I just like the vegan version better because I am more comfortable with Agar" (also called "agar-agar")-as the setting agent. I think it sets better than gelatine too but it does take a lot longer to set. Other than the sub with the Jello (and it's necessary prep), this recipe is exactly like my other one. I substitute this recipe for the store bought fruit Jello cups. It's easy and much more affordable. I like to use those mini-ziplock containers with the lid because they are perfect in size and can stack in the fridge. You could also save a few pudding, Jello or applesauce containers and just use foil to cover. You will need 7 for this recipe. This recipe is easy enough that the kids can help too (just take care with the boiling liquid) and each cup has two servings of fruit! For my bigger kids (4 and older)I like to drop my soft gummy vitamin(s) in before setting in fridge to gel. My kids call them the "treats" in the middle! You can customize this for smaller kids by pureeing the fruit (puree the vitamin too!) before adding to the cups. I love being sneaky!
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Serving Size: 1 (63 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 7
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