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These sugar free electrolyte gummies are very easy to make and only require a few ingredients. You also have a lot of flavor options too. In the post I talk about other electrolyte powders and other tips you may enjoy.
There are some easy changes you can do for these electrolyte gummies, especially if you want a different flavor.
If you don’t want to use heavy whipping cream, you can just swap it out for more water. Or you could also use coconut cream from a can.
Different Powders for your Electrolyte Gummies
If you don’t want to use Zip Fizz, for these electrolyte gummies you can use other powders as well. I have used Keto Vitals and Re-Lyte from Redmond’s Real Salt.
For Keto Vitals, the flavors they currently have are, mango, fruit punch, and lemonade. For this recipe, I would use 2 scoops of the powder. One scoop of the powder will give you 200 mg of sodium, 500 mg of potassium, 200 mg of magnesium, and 100 mg of calcium.
For Re-Lyte, I also used 2 scoops of their powder for the recipe below. The RE-LYTE flavor options are Mixed Berry, Lemon Lime, and unflavored. One scoop of their electrolyte powder will give you: 1000 mg of sodium, 500 mg of potassium, 60 mg of magnesium, 75 mg of calcium, 1585 mg of chloride and other minerals.
Also if you use code KKN15 at the check out for Redmond’s, you will get 15% off.
Or you can use other powders as well. When you do this though, just remember to make the flavor extra concentrated. Adding the gelatin makes the flavor weaker.
Below are photos showing steps of the recipe when I use Redmon’d Re-Lyte powder with heavy whipping cream.
Are Gummy Bears Keto friendly?
Keto gummy bears are 100% keto friendly. In this gummy bear recipe there is 0 carbs for each gummy bear. Regular gummy bears with sugar are not keto friendly.
Is There Sugar Free Gummy Bears?
There are sugar free gummy bears. You can purchase keto friendly gummies. The brands below have 0 sugars listed in the ingredients.
- Smart Sweets
- Kiss My Keto
Stay away from any sugar free gummies that list maltitol as the ingredient, such as those from Haribo. I say this because you could get undesirable consequences of running to the bathroom.
I like using warm or hot water to begin with as this will help dissolve your electrolyte powder a little bit easier. Plus you will be heating the mixture during the whole process.
Before you fill your molds, place the molds on a cookie sheet, for easy transfer into the fridge.
Whisk: You could also use a fork but I’m partial to a whisk.
Small Pot: This is for making your electrolyte gummies in.
Gummy Molds: I really like gummy bears, so I bought these bear molds with a dropper on Amazon. When I first made these electrolyte gummies, I actually just used silicone muffin liners. You don’t really need anything fancy to enjoy these.
Once the gummies have set in the fridge, I would place them into an airtight container. I personally like to keep them in the fridge. They can last for a week in the fridge. You can keep them on the counter for 5 days though if you keep out the heavy whipping cream.
If you made these electrolyte gummies or made a few changes, let me know in the comments below and give me a rating.
Hi – Do you keep these refrigerated? Also any thoughts on shelf life for them? Thanks!
I would keep them refrigerated. I also talk more about your question under the heading, Storage, in the post above the recipe card.