Superfood Baobab Gummies | THM FP

Family, Health, recipes / Thursday, May 31st, 2018

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Superfood Baobab Gummies

Don’t let these pretty and sweet little candies fool you!  They are a superfood that you and your children can enjoy without any guilt! The star ingredient here is THM Baobab Boost Powder which is rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, potassium, calcium, and magnesium!  It’s also plentiful in fiber which acts as a prebiotic, helping to maintain healthy bacteria in the gut.  Baobab adds a gentle citrus taste to these gummies and no texture at all, so a great way to sneak some health into your diet without much effort!

Of course, if you add sugar to these, it will ignite blood sugar and increase inflammation in our bodies!  So, these use THM Super Sweet, which is a plant-based, natural sweetener that has no glycemic impact.

It’s the powerful 100% pure beef Just Gelatin that gels up these gummies and adds an incredible, superfood protein source!  This is the cleanest gelatin on the market and contains no antibiotics, hormones, pesticides, preservatives, or additives.

Make these to give your health a boost, but eat them because they are as pretty and fun as they are healthful and delicious!

3.34 from 3 votes

Superfood Baobab Gummies

Author Jessica Myers


  • 2 cups Bai Antioxidant Infusion Drink (1 bottle; I used blueberry and mango for this)
  • 2 tsp THM Super Sweet (I like it extra sweet!)
  • 2 Tbsp THM Baobab Boost Powder
  • 6 Tbsp THM Just Gelatin


  1. Heat the Bai drink in a small saucepan over medium-low heat until hot, but not boiling. *

  2. Whisk in the sweetener and baobab.  Add the gelatin 1 Tbsp at a time whisking between each addition. 

  3. Once everything is dissolved, removed from heat and pour the liquid into candy molds or into a 8x8" dish. 

  4. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours until they are set up!  If using the baking dish, cut into little squares of other shape of your choosing. 

Recipe Notes

  • * Bai drinks are naturally sweetened and sugar-free! Alternatively, you can use some lemon juice or blended berries mixed with water to equal 2 cups. If you don't use the Bai drinks, you will need to increase the sweetener to taste. 
  • If you are following THM, this is an FP recipe so a perfect treat alongside any meal or snack! 

Jessica is a Christian homeschooling mom of five and married to her knight in shining armor for over 20 years. She loves to share her recipes while managing the huge THM online community. She personally uses Pampered Chef in her kitchen and you can contact her at to place an order! Some of the links in her recipes may contain affiliate links to products she uses and loves.  If you make a purchase, using these links, she’ll earn coffee money, which she promises to drink while creating more recipes that you’ll love.





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21 Replies to “Superfood Baobab Gummies | THM FP”

  1. Hello! The gelatin seemed to get chunky really fast and I had to fish chunks out. Any suggestions? 🙂

  2. If I were to give these to a 9month old and 2and a half old . How many and how large could gummies can I give them . TIA.. sylvia5

  3. 4 stars
    I made these and they’re stuck to the mold. Do they need more time or should I have sprayed them with something? I haven’t tried getting the ones out of the 8X8 pan yet.

    1. Hi Jane! So sorry to hear that your gummies are stuck! I use silicone molds and they just pop right out when I invert them. You could try spraying them next time, but I can’t say for sure as I’ve never had this issue before. Sure hope you can still enjoy them somehow!

  4. 4 stars
    Hi! Thanks for sharing this recipe!! I just made them but they’re still firming up. How do you store them? In the frige or just an airtight container on the counter? Thanks again!!

    1. Hi Fran – so excited that you made this recipe! Hope they turn out great for you. They can be stored in the fridge or the counter!

  5. 2 stars
    Sorry. Will not make again. The texture was good. We used the watermelon Bai but the gummies had no taste at all. I like the concept but will have to figure out a different or stronger flavor I guess. On the plus side, they firmed up just setting on the counter in less than 2 hours. My granddaughter was quite excited about them until she tasted them.

    1. Hi Laurie,

      I understand; so sorry you didn’t care for them! I really like the flavor that the baobab and extra sweetener give to these; did you add that? You can definitely use this general idea and own the flavors! Maybe some lemon/lime juice or extracts would help you find your sweet spot. 🙂 Hope you can continue to tweak and get them just perfect for you and your granddaughter! Blessings!

    1. Hi Karen,

      If you are interested in learning more about THM – I suggest starting with their website 🙂

  6. I don’t spray my silicone molds & they popped out. Make sure they are refrigerated long enough. Maybe they weren’t quite set yet & that’s why they stuck to the mold.

  7. I love these! I didn’t have just gelatin and used a regular unflavored gelatin from the grocery store- is that still ok? I noticed there wasn’t much protein in mine.

    1. Hi Tiffani,

      I think regular store-bought gelatin would work just fine though it may not be as high in protein or as many health benefits, it’ll still work for treats! 😀 So glad you enjoyed the gummies!

  8. Hi Lacey, I see this post is a couple of years old, but this may help someone to prevent clumping with gelatin. I haven’t yet made these baobab gummies, but I will! They sound wonderful! I have made other flavor gummies many times using THM Just Gelatin, and this is what I usually do:
    Place the gelatin in a measuring cup and add half the liquid COLD, stirring quickly to get every granule wet. This is called “blooming”. It may thicken very quickly. This is ok as long as every granule got wet first.
    Then add the rest of the liquid HOT just off the boil. This will dissolve the bloomed gelatin and no clumps!
    I’ve never made gummies with this much gelatin to liquid ratio because I like softer gummies. So I’m not sure if one cup of cold liquid is enough to bloom 6 tablespoons of gelatin. I usually use 3 Tbsp gelatin to 1 C cold liquid, and then 2 C boiling liquid.
    Good luck. I hope this helps.

  9. How would j adjust this recipe to make jello, not gummies? My husband is in hospital on a clear diet (broth and jello). I will be bringing in bone broth and want to bring in jello with baobob powder.

    1. Hi there, I’m not 100% sure, but I’d try starting with about half the amount of gelatin and see if that sets up less firm for you like jello.

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