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Sunday, January 15, 2017

Recipe: Homemade BCAA Jello

One of my favorite subscriptions on Youtube, Buff Bunny, made BCAA jello gummies a long time ago and after watching the video I bought unflavored gelatin to try out my hand at some BCAA jello. Last week I came across the gelatin in the pantry so I whipped up some watermelon jello real quick.  

This "recipe" is so easy and yummy.  I have been eating quite a bit of sugar free jello lately so this is why I all of sudden decided to try this.

What you'll need:
  • 1 package of unflavored gelatin mix. The box I got from our local grocery store had 4 individual packages of gelatin and I used all 4 packages
  • 4 cups of water
  • large pool or casserole dish
  • BCAA's of your liking.  I had several flavors to choose from and decided on the watermelon
What to do:
  1. Pour 3 cups of water in a pot and set to boil
  2. With the remaining 1 cup of water put in your dish and add all packets of unflavored gelatin.
  3. Use a spoon and mix lightly and let sit as your water boils

4. Once water boils add to the gelatin and water mixture
5. Add in no more than 6 scoops of BCAA's.  I really like my watermelon flavor so I used all 6 scoops.  If you are using a smaller bowl or dish then I wouldn't use the maximum amount of scoops.
6.  With a spoon or whisk mix well until all powders are dissolved

7. Refrigerate for 3-4 hours until molded into JELLO
8. Enjoy!

See I told you this little recipe is so easy and a great tool to recovery after those hard afternoon workouts.  I will for sure remember this recipe once that Texas heat sets in this summer.  I will be so refreshing, low calorie, and a great way to take in your supplements. 

1 comment:

  1. Some people have experienced BCAA side effects because of long-term use and drug interactions. The effects range between mild and severe, while others had serious medical conditions because of insufficient knowledge on the supplement.



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