homemade jello pressed juicery

nothing delivers color therapy quite as well as a line up of cold-pressed juices. Years ago, we asked one of our fave bloggers, Claire Thomas of Kitchy Kitchen, to try making our favorite juices into glowy, translucent juice Jell-O — and, boy, did she deliver. 

Years later, gelatin and collagen are more popular than ever and we’re making these jellies for a beautifying, delicious dessert every chance we get! Need more details on why you should be eating gelatin in the first place? Click through this way to learn all about it.

As for juice flavors, we can’t get over Orange Turmeric made this way! Eat dessert til your skin glows…

The bright, fresh flavors in cold-pressed juice make these little jellies a modern twist on the jammier pâte de fruit. The texture of these gummies is dense but yielding, thanks to the grass­-fed gelatin. For a more intense gummy-bear texture, add an extra tablespoon of gelatin. For a looser texture, use a tablespoon less. Juices with a little natural sweetness (think apple juice or orange juice) tend to work best, but feel free to try some of the root or green juices with a touch of raw honey mixed in. Enjoy!

Pressed Juicery Juice Jellies


16 oz Pressed Juicery juice*
3 1/2 Tbsp grass-fed gelatin
sprinkle of cane or coconut sugar, for garnish (optional)

*Note: Pineapple contains an enzyme that naturally battles the effect of gelatin, you may need to use 4 1/2 tablespoons of gelatin per 16 oz of pineapple-based juice.


In a small pot, heat up 1/2 cup of juice to a boil, add to gelatin and stir to combine.

Wait a few minutes for the gelatin to start setting, then stir in the remaining cold juice and pour into a 8×8 baking dish or any cute molds you may have.

Place in fridge to set, at least 2 hours. Sprinkle with cane or coconut sugar, for garnish (optional).

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