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30 Jazzy Keto Jello Recipes

Louise Hendon | June 4
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Whether you’re looking for a quick sweet snack or a beautifully layered dessert, you can do so much with jello! From homemade gummy bears to elaborate trifles, brimming with berries and cream, I use jello whenever I want to satisfy my sweet tooth on Keto. That’s why I’ve put together this list of over 30 jello recipes, all 100% Keto friendly!

Although it’s easy to find Keto-friendly gelatins in the grocery store, I’ve put a few recipes on here to help you make your own jello at home!

And there are so many ways to punch it up as a dessert. I’ve put a few classic jello salads and gummy recipes on there (even a few jello roll-ups!), but have you ever tried low carb jello popsicles? They’re a perfect cool treat for hot summer days!

Here are just a few of the Keto Jello Recipes we’ve included:

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Dairy Free Keto Jello

Blackberry Jello July 4th Dessert

– Paleo Flourish

Blackberry Jello July 4th Dessert

Ingredients: blackberries or blueberries, lemon juice, water, gelatin, coconut yogurt or coconut cream, strawberries.

This is a wonderful patriotic dessert, designed for Independence Day, but it could also be suitable for the upcoming Royal Wedding in the UK! You have the red, white and blue layers comprising fruit and yogurt and eaten all together this is a creamy and zingy fresh Paleo dessert that you can enjoy any time, celebration or not! If you use blueberries you will not need to use the honey as they are sweet enough.

Paleo Jello (with Berries)

– Paleo Flourish


Paleo Jello (with Berries)

Ingredients: strawberries, blueberries, gelatin powder, water.

This recipe gives you jello with a bit of a twist! It has the consistency of mousse because the jello is mixed with fruit puree, making it a lot more exciting. You can use whatever berries you prefer, and if the fruit is sweet enough you may not need to add any sweetener to it. This dessert is light and refreshing and would be a lovely paleo treat served in a fancy glass on a hot summer day. This is a great way to encourage kids to eat more fruit too!

Coconut Jelly

– Low Carb Yum

Coconut Jelly

Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum

Ingredients: gelatin, water, coconut cream, coconut stevia drops.

This is one of those really simple recipes that only have a few ingredients but gives you a clean-tasting, healthy and delicious snack that is low in carbohydrates and suitable for Keto, Paleo and AIP diets. These lovely sweet treats have the taste of old-fashioned coconut cream sweets and can be enough to satisfy your need for something sweet but without the added refined sugar.

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Berry Terrine

– The Paleo Mom

Berry Terrine

Photo Credit: Sarah from The Paleo Mom

Ingredients: mixed berries (blueberries, blackberries, raspberries), mint leaves, orange zest, lemon zest, water, gelatin, lemon juice.

This is such an impressive and appealing dessert that it would be perfect served in a wine glass for an elegant final course at a dinner party. This paleo terrine has the zesty flavor of citrus and the natural sweetness of the fruit, as well as giving you all the health benefits associated with natural gelatin such as joint health and strong hair and nails.

Chocolate Coconut Cream Gelatin Wigglers

– Beauty and The Foodie

Chocolate Coconut Cream Gelatin Wigglers

Photo Credit: Stacey from Beauty and the Foodie

Ingredients: coconut milk, gelatin, cocoa or cacao powder, sweetener of choice, coconut butter.

Chocolate and coconut go together so well that I am sure your family will love these wiggly snacks as we do! These treats are grain and nut free and really low in carbs, making them a super-healthy snack to keep you going through the day. They can also be cut into any shape and can be a good thing to make on a rainy day when the kids are bored!

How To Make Healthy Homemade Jello

– The Coconut Mama

How To Make Healthy Homemade Jello

Photo Credit: Tiffany from The Coconut Mama

Ingredients: freshly squeezed fruit juice, gelatin.

Here is a basic keto recipe that shows you how to make jello, which is a healthy low carb snack or dessert. You can choose what flavor you have by changing the fruit juice, or make it all coconut by using coconut water as the base flavor. Jello is handy to have as a quick snack for after school or if you find yourself flagging mid-morning.

Homemade “Jello” Gelatin

– Whole New Mom

Ingredients: gelatin, sweetener, stevia extract, water, lemon juice.

As well as helping to strengthen your hair and nails, gelatin is great for soothing the digestive system, so jello comes into its own when you have someone who is off their food. It is easy to eat and digest and can be easily made keto-friendly. This jello is flavored with lemon juice, but you can use whatever liquid you like to dissolve the gelatin.

Blackberry & Coconut Sweetener-Free Keto Jellies

– Keto Diet Blog

Ingredients: coconut milk, fresh blackberries, gelatin, water.

In this recipe for keto jellies, the sweet treats are layered, giving them a great look and an even better taste! You can swap the ingredients if you like, but the blackberries and coconut cream go really well together. These are sweetener free, using the natural sweetness from the fruit instead, so they make great snacks for kids. You can keep these in the fridge for a couple of weeks.

Dairy Free Keto Jello Gummies

Keto Coconut Tea Gummies

– Keto Summit

Keto Coconut Tea Gummies

Ingredients: black tea, coconut milk, stevia, gelatin powder.

Gummies are a snack that can be enjoyed by the whole family and can be a useful source of gelatin which can help with joint health and strengthen hair and nails – not only that, they taste so good! These ones are simple to make and you can use whatever tea you prefer. There are several silicon molds on the market now, but it is easier to use an ice cube tray to shape these keto snacks.

Keto Cucumber Lime Gummy Snacks

– Keto Summit

Keto Cucumber Lime Gummy Snacks Recipe

Ingredients: cucumber, fresh mint leaves or mint tea leaves, lime juice, gelatin powder.

When I first saw the ingredients in these little keto gummy snacks, I just thought how refreshing these would be for a hot, summer day. With the cool cucumber, fresh mint and zingy lime, these would be so tasty and could be a good way to encourage even the smallest members of the family to increase their gelatin intake. If you don’t have silicone molds you can use an ice cube tray.

AIP Carrot Gummies

– Healing Autoimmune

AIP Carrot Gummies Recipe

Ingredients: carrot juice with some of the pulp, gelatin powder.

With only two ingredients, this has got to be one of the simplest keto snack recipes ever! The carrot gives these gummies a great color and a natural sweetness so you don’t have to add in any sweetener. They are really budget-friendly and can be enjoyed by anyone of any age and you don’t need specialist equipment – these can be made in an ice cube tray.

Green Tea, Lemon & Ginger Gummies

– Meatified

Green Tea, Lemon & Ginger Gummies

Photo Credit: Rach from Meatified

Ingredients: water, gelatin powder, green tea, ginger juice, lemon juice.

These amazing AIP and keto gummies are rich in flavor and pack a zesty hit from the lemon juice. The ginger adds a touch of heat, and along with the green tea, these gummies are refreshing and make the ideal after-school snack for kids. You can play around with other ingredients to give you different flavors by using this recipe simply as a guide.

Sugar Free Gummy Bears – Raspberry Tea

– Low Carb Yum

ugar Free Gummy Bears - Raspberry Tea

Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum

Ingredients: herbal fruit tea (raspberry flavor), water, gelatin, low carb sweetener or Swerve, pure fruit extract (raspberry extract).

The recipe for these gummy bears, which are so cute, uses raspberry tea as the base liquid, and this is great for the low carb lifestyle as there are zero carbs in them. However, if your family doesn’t like the raspberry or other flavored teas, you can make them with fruit juice but it will increase the carbs a bit. You can even make this vegan by using agar-agar instead of gelatin.

Ningxia Red Gummy Bear Snacks

– Peace, Love and Low Carb

Ningxia Red Gummy Bear Snacks

Photo Credit: Kyndra from Peace Love and Low Carb

Ingredients: grass-fed collagen, Ningxia Red, Swerve.

This keto recipe uses Ningxia Red juice which may not be readily available where you live so you can use the links in the recipe to buy it online or simply use a different type of juice as the base for your gummies. You don’t even need to buy fancy molds as you can pour the mixture into an oven dish then cut into cubes once it is set, but the molds can be fun for kids!

Hibiscus Homemade Gummies

– Meatified

Hibiscus Homemade Gummies

Photo Credit: Rach from Meatified

Ingredients: hot water, passion tea bags, gelatin.

There is something really special about homemade sweet treats that make them even better than store-bought, and they are relatively simple to make. Gelatin has a load of health benefits such as strengthening your skin and hair and making your own gummies can encourage the kids to eat healthier treats too. Again, this is a versatile keto-friendly recipe, so try experimenting with other flavors to find your favorites.

Swedish Fish

– Maria Mind Body Health

Ingredients: Everly natural sweetener (any flavor), water, Great Lakes gelatin (red canister).

This is another simple recipe for gummy treats that are so healthy and really easy to make. They can be turned into sours by adding citric acid if you or your family prefer the sour taste, but that is optional. These snacks are really low in carbohydrates and can even be a good snack if you are watching your weight as they are low in calories too!

Chocolate Coconut Sport Gummies

– Kate’s Healthy Cupboard

Ingredients: full-fat coconut milk, gelatin, vanilla bean powder or vanilla extract, cacao powder, sea salt, stevia or other sweeteners.

The main difference with this recipe is that it does not involve any cooking at all, making these even quicker to make than normal gummy snacks! And let’s face it when you are eating the keto way you want the thing to be as simple as possible! The chocolate and coconut are great partners in these healthy snacks and the gelatin is great for your joints and digestive system so these are a winner!

Keto Jello Containing Dairy

Keto Strawberry Jello Salad (Contains Dairy)

– I Breathe I’m Hungry

Keto Strawberry Jello Salad

Photo Credit: Mellissa from I Breathe I’m Hungry

Ingredients: heavy whipping cream, vanilla extract, mascarpone cheese, cottage cheese, strawberry jello, walnuts, shredded coconut, strawberries.

Traditional jello salads are full of sugar and have an unhealthy carbohydrate content, so that’s where recipe like this one come in so handy. You never have to miss out on this lovely dessert again! You have chunks of fruit in a rich and creamy dessert that will impress even your non-keto friends. Just bear in mind that this recipe does contain quite a lot of dairy, so use it as a treat!

Keto Raspberry & Cream Jellies (Contains Dairy)

– Keto Diet Blog

Ingredients: heavy cream, fresh or frozen raspberries, Swerve or Erythritol or liquid Stevia, gelatin powder, water.

With this delicious keto recipe it is up to you how easy or complex you make the jellies, depending on time available. If you are in a rush you can just mix all the ingredients together and pour into molds, or you can be creative and layer them as is shown here for an impressive treat. It is important to have gelatin in your diet and it can be useful in healthy snacks to heal the gut and improve joint health.

Low Carb Berry & Vanilla Jello Ring (Contains Dairy)

– My Keto Kitchen

Ingredients: Sugar-Free Jello (strawberry and raspberry), water, gelatin powder, erythritol, vanilla extract, heavy cream.

If you are entertaining guests for dinner and you want an impressive dessert to serve that won’t break all the keto rules, you could try this amazing dish. It is low in carbs and calories, so is ideal if you are watching your weight, and it is easy to digest so it makes a great dessert after a dinner. This keto recipe can also be made dairy-free by using coconut milk instead of heavy cream.

Low Carb Jelly Slice (Contains Dairy)

– My Keto Kitchen

Ingredients: almond meal, natvia, butter, sugar-free sweetened condensed milk, lemon juice, gelatin powder, water, Sugar-Free Jello strawberry flavor.

These beautiful little low carb slices would make a great dessert and they have the combination of the crunchy base, the creamy center and the jelly on top. The flavor of jelly you use is up to you – it is a good idea to make two different ones then serve the slices in a chequered effect to be really impressive! Just remember to cool the base completely otherwise the jelly will cause the base to go soggy.

Low Carb Raspberry Cream Jello Gummies (Contains Dairy)

– Resolution Eats

Ingredients: Sugar-Free Raspberry Jello, unflavored gelatin, swerve, water, heavy whipping cream.

As these little gummies are sugar-free, they would be perfect for kiddies whose snacks can sometimes be packed with sugar and colorings. They can be made in any shape and in any flavor, you like and are really low in carbs which makes them ideal for the keto diet. If you like your gummies with a sour taste you could use lime or lemon juice to dissolve the gelatin.

Jello Roll Ups (Contains Dairy)

– Keto Cook

Ingredients: Sugar-Free Jello powder (any flavor), heavy cream, water.

These delicious roll-ups have a two-tone effect as you are only putting cream in the main part and using water in the other, but if you are short on time you don’t have to separate the two levels. These keto snacks are really fun to look at and would go down so well at a kid’s party or during the holidays as a way to avoid them having sugary snacks.

Low Carb Jello Pops (Contains Dairy)

– My Life Cookbook

Ingredients: sugar-free Jello gelatin (flavor of choice), water, heavy whipping cream.

It can be a bit of a challenge to find snacks to enjoy in the summer when you are following the keto diet so these amazing creamy popsicles will be very handy! They have a lovely texture and have all the added benefits of gelatin to keep you healthy. They are low in carbs but full of flavor and will definitely go down well with the whole family!

Low Carb Layered Jello Dessert (Contains Dairy)

– Step Away From The Carbs

Ingredients: sugar-free Jello in different complementary flavors, water, heavy cream, lemon and/or lime zest.

When you have guests round for dinner and want to make them a lovely dessert, this keto-compliant one would be perfect! If you take the time to layer the jello and cream you get a fantastic effect that looks even better served in a pretty glass. This dessert is low carb and sugar-free and the choice of flavors is totally up to you – if this is for a dinner party you could even sneak some alcohol into the jello!

Blueberries and Cream Jello Ring (Contains Dairy)

– All Day I Dream About Food

Ingredients: Wyman’s frozen wild blueberries, water, powdered Swerve sweetener, gelatin, heavy whipping cream, vanilla extract.

The recipe here is for a sugar-free dessert that looks absolutely amazing! It is for a low carb dessert that can be adapted to suit your own taste or made exactly as it is if you like blueberries. Jello desserts like this one are really inexpensive and can be helpful if you are working on a budget but want to give the family healthy food. This jello ring can be made dairy free by substituting coconut milk for the heavy cream.

Keto Chow Jello (Contains Dairy)

– Keto Chow

Ingredients: water, sugar-free Jello, MCT oil, heavy cream, Keto Chow powder.

Here is another great keto recipe that uses MCT oil, which has been shown to help regulate blood sugar, and gelatin which we all know gives us strong hair and nails and supports the digestive system. This one can either be made in a dish then cut into cubes or poured into ice cube trays. It also tastes great topped with some whipped cream or shredded zest.

Low Carb Stained Glass Window Jello (Contains Dairy)

– Key Ingredient

Ingredients: sugar-free instant Jell-O (various flavors), water, gelatin powder, heavy whipping cream, Swerve.

This jello dessert is so pretty that the whole family is bound to enjoy eating it! It is low in carbs but full of flavor and can be used as a healthy snack alternative for kids when you want to avoid the sugary snacks they like. Just remember to cool the creamy jello part completely or the other jello colors will bleed into it and spoil the sharp look of this traditional dessert.

Keto Creamsicle Jello (Contains Dairy)

– Screwed On Straight

Ingredients: sugar-free jello, water, sour cream, heavy cream.

In this great keto low carb recipe, you get a jello that has the added benefit of healthy fats to give it a creamy texture and boost your fat intake too. This can either be made in a dish or turned into creamy popsicles by using a mold, and this can be a better option if you are making these for children. If you prefer your dessert more like mousse you can whip the cream before stirring it into the jello!

Keto Max Maui Punch Gummies (Contains Dairy)

– My Keto Recipes

Ingredients: water, heavy whipping cream, Keto//MAX Maui Punch, gelatin.

This recipe uses Keto Max which can be very helpful to keep you in ketosis, and it is vegan-friendly, low in carbs and gluten-free too! It is suitable for the whole family, so you could even make these gummies into fun shapes for kid’s snacks. Any flavor will work just as well here so feel free to try out some different ones!

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Louise Hendon

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.