I’m sure we all have a friend or two who seem to think living a keto lifestyle is dull and tasteless. Here’s your chance to prove them wrong with this delicious keto blueberry jello recipe!
Possibly The Quickest And Easiest Dessert Ever
This keto blueberry jello is a cinch to make; you only need about 5 minutes of prep time. The hardest part is to wait for this treat to set, which could make you bite your nails and ruin your manicure.
But don’t worry, the gelatin in this will help strengthen your nails naturally.
This Is Why Everyone Should Enjoy a Daily Dose Of Blueberries
I sometimes enjoy this dessert for breakfast, as well, and I don’t have to feel the slightest bit of guilt for it. Want to know why?
Blueberries (especially wild blueberries) contain anthocyanins, which, according to scientists, have been associated with increased neuronal signaling in brain centers mediating memory function.
And The Gelatin Helps Heal Your Gut and Strengthen Your Nails
It’s not just blueberries that’s healthy and low carb in this easy keto dessert recipe. The gelatin ingredient is what gives jello that consistency and helps heal your gut and strengthen your nails. (Make sure you use gelatin and not collagen in this jello recipe – collagen can’t be used to make jello!)
Additionally, gelatin can help balance out the high methionine amino acid levels if you eat a lot of meat on Keto.
Check out this presentation from the Ancestral Health Symposium for more.
As Easy As 1-2-3
Making this jello is very simple:
First, you puree the ingredients.
Second, you heat up the blueberry puree so you can melt the gelatin in the mixture…
Third, you let it set in the refrigerator to form the blueberry jello.
Some people have asked me whether they should strain the blueberry puree after blending it, and I personally prefer not to. This method creates a softer texture than regular jello, but you’ll get the extra benefits of fiber from the blueberry skin.
Louise holds a Bachelors and Masters in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University (UK). She attended Columbia University for her JD and practiced law at Debevoise & Plimpton before co-founding Louise's Foods, Paleo Living Magazine, Nourishing Brands, & CoBionic. Louise has considerable research experience but enjoys creating products and articles that help move people just a little bit closer toward a healthy life they love. You can find her on Facebook or LinkedIn.