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These Easy Sugar Free Keto Raspberry Easter Jello Eggs are fun for Easter for the family!
How to Make Sugar Free Jello Eggs
Sugar free jello Easter eggs are a fun little keto treat for the family and a nice change from the typical chocolate treats. Pack them into little plastic Easter eggs and fill their Easter basket with these keto gelatin raspberry eggs.
These collagen Jellies are also fantastic for your gut health. Made with grass-fed collagen they help look after your microbiome, which is fast becoming the
secret to good health.
This recipe is super simple and requires just a few ingredients and just a couple hours to set. Make a double batch if you like because these will definitely be gone in no time at all. For the sugar free sweetener you have a couple options. I’m partial to using liquid stevia because I feel it has the least after taste and absorbs well into no bake desserts. You can certainly use whatever sweetener you prefer, just add a small amount then taste and adjust as needed.
Feel free to leave out the sweetener too if you prefer. What I love about these low carb raspberry Jello Eggs is they don’t contain any preservatives or colorings. They’re natural and the vibrant color comes from the fresh raspberries. They can also be made with blackberries and blueberries though the blueberries take on more of a brown tinge due to the collagen but still taste good.
Have fun and experiment with adding in optional flavor pairings like vanilla, cinnamon, lime or even lemon juice, though if using lemon, I think you need the low carb sweetener to balance the flavors. If you love this recipe you might also enjoy making these fruitless fruit snacks for your kids!
Tools to Make Sugar Free Jello Eggs
Mini Egg Silicone Mold with different designs on them.
Smooth Mini Silicone Egg Mold– no designs, just a smooth surface, whichever you prefer will work for this recipe.
Baking tray – Placing the silicone molds onto a baking sheet pan is the best way to have them be balanced when filling and setting in the fridge.
Glass Bowls– perfect for using in the microwave or using as a double boiler method over a sauce pan on the stove.
Electric mixer– Use this hand mixer to get the raspberries blended nice and smooth.
Fine mesh seive– You could strain the berries with a cheesecloth or use this seive which is quicker in my opinion.
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Sugar Free Raspberry Easter Jello Eggs
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Keto Raspberry Jello Eggs
Love Jello? These easy Low-Carb Raspberry Jello Eggs are a fun take on mini eggs for Easter. They’re sugar-free and perfect if you’re looking for something other than chocolate.
Place the grass-fed gelatin in a bowl. Add the water and allow to bloom (rest) while you make the berry concentrate.
Place the raspberries in a mixing bowl and process with a hand blender until like a puree.
Pour the berries into a muslin or cheese cloth or pass through a very fine sieve and squeeze out the juice into a bowl. Discard the pith.
Heat 1/2 the juice in pan over a low/ medium heat. Add the gelatin and stir until melted. Turn off heat and add the low-carb sweetener, optional lime, vanilla or cinnamon and the rest of the juice.
(The reason to split the juice is to keep the vibrant color. If you add it all in at the beginning, the gelatin will discolor them brown!)
Using a piping tool, add the jello mix to your plastic mini egg molds or silicone molds. Depending on what size will alter the number of eggs you get from the mix. The silicone molds are slightly larger but easier to use.
Place the molds on a baking tray and into the fridge to firm up for about 2 hours, or until fully set.
Remove the Jello Eggs from the molds and stick the halves together by simply pressing them together.
Keep in the fridge in an airtight Tupperware for 4 - 5 days.
Jo is the creative food photographer and stylist behind the healthy eating blog, Modern Food Stories. Jo’s a testament that once you find the right approach for you, you can overcome chronic illness through the healing power of food. She believes the secret to radiant health starts and ends with a healthy gut so all her recipes are grain, gluten and refined sugar free. Many are also dairy-free.