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A New and Healthier Take On Jell-O

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A few weeks ago, I shared with you all the amazing effects of using Isopure after a rigorous workout. The founders of Isopure believes that “Not All Amino Acids are Created Equal”. Being an anti-inflammatory that can help to reduce soreness after an intense hard workout routine, it is chopped full of BCAA’s (about 5 grams per serving), L-Theanine that calms and relaxes your mind, and the Antioxidant, Vitamin C. There is nothing like it on the market today.

Incorporating Isopure Into My Favorite Jell-O

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Jell-o is an all time favorite in my home. We love to have it at least once a month! I wanted to think of another way of incorporating Isopure into my diet without always having to drink a smoothie (even though I love them), they can get a bit boring after a while. So, here is the easiest way to have Isopure in some yummy and fruity Jell-O.

Step 1: Put the gelatin powder into a medium bowl.

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Use the entire contents of a 3 oz. box of any flavor dessert gelatin. I prefer to use strawberry while using Isopure because of the fruity flavour so it blends better.

Step 2: Add 1 cup of boiling water to the gelatin.

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Boil a little extra here so that you can add more once the Isopure is added.

Step 3: Add 1 Scoop Of Isopure and extra water.

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This step is just a little tricky because of the extra powder from Isopure. I like to add the cup that the Jell-O box recommends and then I continue to add just a bit while I stir it to make sure it is nice and liquefied with zero lumps.

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Step 4: Mix the water and gelatin until the powder dissolves entirely.

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This will take a few minutes (I hate this part), you have to make SURE there are no lumps because it is not fun biting into Jell-O and you get a nice clump of powder in your mouth. I usually use a whisk to speed up the process just a bit.

Step 5: Refrigerate until the Jell-O is nice and thick.

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It usually takes about an hour and a half.

Step 6: Use a metal spoon to mix fresh or canned fruit into the gelatin.

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The more fruit the better! I love pineapples and strawberries in my Jell-O. If you decide to use canned fruit, though, make sure your drain any extra liquid. Otherwise, it won’t set properly.

Step 7: Return the bowl of Jell-O and fruit back to the fridge.

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This will be about another 4 hours.

After the four hours are up, you are ready to eat! Enjoy your healthier Jell-O with a bit of a fruity kick. Try this recipe out and tell me what you think in the comments below.

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This is a sponsored post on behalf of Isopure. All opinions are 100% my own.

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6 Comments

  1. I haven’t had Jello in so long, and these pictures brought back some yummy memories! I haven’t tried Isopure, but it’s a great concept to add it into Jello to make it a bit healthier 🙂

  2. My students and I enjoy making jellos. I love it and its yummy and every child enjoys it. Perfect activity with them.

  3. Sadly I have to honestly say that I am not a fan of jello. It is something about the texture. However I know plenty of people who love it so it is worth putting in my recipe folder.

  4. cool. Where can one get the ingredient to add it to jello? I think my kids woulo this as they eat jello times a week. Thanks.

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