Both apples and cinnamon remind me of Fall. Mix the two together and you have a wonderfully delicious smell and even greater taste. I’ve been adding gelatin to our diets a lot lately because of all of the great benefits it offers. I’ve gotten creative with some of our gelatin recipes but Apple Pie Gelatin is by far one of my favorites.

Apple Pie Gelatin takes the great taste of apple pie and turns it into “jello” which just makes for a fun little snack. I’ve also made this recipe sugar free because I like to avoid sugar when possible. In order to sweeten the gelatin, I use stevia but if you do not like stevia feel free to try out another sweetener such as honey. Top it off with some whipped cream like my sugar free whipped cream and you can even call it dessert!
Apple Pie Gelatin

Apple Pie Gelatin

1 tbs. gelatin
1/4 tsp. cinnamon
1/32tsp. stevia (or 2tbs sweetener of your choice)


Directions:
Heat half of the apple juice in small pot over medium heat until hot.
Remove from heat, add gelatin and stir until dissolved.
Add remaining half of apple juice as well as the cinnamon and stevia. Stir well.
Pour into your preferred gelatin container(s) and refrigerate for 3-4 hours until firm.

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