16 / NOVEMBER / 2022

Prep Time: 2 minutes
Cook Time: 8 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Yields: 30 – 40 gummies

Fermented foods are becoming so popular with all the hype around how much it can support gut health, and there is definitely a beautiful place for them, however I often find people use them far before their tummies are ready. 

With my clients, I often suggest we pause on the fermented foods first and focus on rebuilding and repairing before adding them in. Fermented foods are amazing prebiotics, and kefir is no exception. I have also found it is something myself and my clients tolerate far better early on (and from then on) in our journey’s than other fermented foods which is why I love @thewildfermentary kefir!!

I love having this once or twice a week as a drink (in a wine glass, because why not), but with my new obsession with gummies, I thought it would be awesome to try to make some. That way we combine the repairing with the prebiotics and let me tell you it was a great success! 

Be sure to use my discount code: ‘SHEREE10’ if you want 10% off The Wild Fermentary Kefir!

Side note: the gelatin is amazing to support gut health and repair gut lining, so these gummies are a win win! Check out the recipe below 🙂


–  1 cup kefir (I used @thewildfermentary)

–  4 Tbsp. gelatin (I used the nutraorganics natural grassfed unflavoured)

–  3 Tbsp. stevia (you can use honey instead, I was just keeping the sugar way down)


1.  Add the kefir to small – medium saucepan

2.  Sprinkle the gelatin over the juice (try spread it out evenly), and let it sit for a few minutes, this allows the gelatin to ‘bloom’
**You will notice a wrinkled look forming on the surface as the liquid absorbs the gelatin

3.  Stir the mixture together

4.  Put on a low-medium heat and stir gently until the gelatin has dissolved for around 5 minutes

5.  In the last minute or so add the stevia (or honey) and make sure this is well mixed through

6.  Remove from heat and pour into silicone moulds (I got mine from @littlegiantsstore and found using a tear dropper helped massively too. Alternatively you can use a container as long as it lifts out easily.

7.  Pop in the fridge for 2+ hours for it to set 

8.  Remove from moulds or cut them up (if in a container) and keep refrigerated for up to 14 days. Enjoy!

As always, if you do make this, be sure to tag me on social media @shereehannahwellness and let me know what you think 🙂 


Yours in Health,
Sheree xo