Recipe The Body Ecology Diet

Pomegranate Jello Recipe

013The perfect treat for a hot summer morning. Plus, a sneaky way to get gelatin into the kids! I created this recipe while I was on The Body Ecology Diet (B.E.D) to heal yeast overgrowth. My kids did this gut healing protocol too, so I had to get creative in the food department as we were off all sugars, including from fruit 🙂

When you are on a healing diet to balance the body, whether from cancer, yeast, bacteria, or a virus you will want to avoid most fruit. This is because most fruit contains natural sugar, which feed excess pathogens in the body (i.e. yeast overgrowth). The exceptions to this rule are acidic fruits like lemons, limes, acai, sour green apples, black currants, cranberries, and pomegranates …. hence this recipe.

Pomegranate Jello Recipe

Makes (1) 8″ x 8″ square pan


2 cups pure water

1/2 cup unsweetened pomegranate concentrate

1/2 granny smith apple, chopped

1/2 cup soaked sunflower seeds (optional)

2 Tbs. unflavored gelatin or agar agar flakes (see below)

1 to 1 1/2 tsp. green stevia powder

Pinch of sea salt


Spread apples and seeds in bottom of 8″ x 8″ Pyrex glass dish

Heat pomegranate concentrate, water, sea salt in pan on medium heat.

Cook until steaming

Add gelatin and stevia and stir until dissolved

Pour this liquid over apple and seeds

Chill for one hour in the refrigerator

Slice into squares and serve

Tips & Tricks

  • Make a gummier jello by adding up to 4 Tbs. of gelatin – also known as ‘finger jello’
  • For a vegan option, substitute 2 Tbs. agar-agar flakes (or 2 tsp. agar-agar powder) for the gelatin. Agar needs to be brought to a gentle simmer for 3 minutes to dissolve properly.
  • Use cranberry concentrate, or another unsweetened juice, instead of the pomegranate.
  • Top with cultured cream and soaked seeds for a delicious breakfast.
  • On stage 2 of BED? Add in blueberries, blackberries, or other slightly acid fruits.

Probiotic-Rich Cultured Cream

Lunchbox Ideas for  Body Ecology Diet

Gifts of Gelatin

May all bellies be happy!

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