If you love pumpkin pie, these little Pumpkin Pie Gummies are for you! Gluten-free, dairy-free, and refined sugar-free, they’re the perfect treat for fall!
If your kids are anything like mine, fruit snacks and gummies are always a huge hit. And not just in the summer. My kids are happy to eat gummies any time of the year. Some of their favorites are my Kombucha Lemon Gummies, Grapefruit Gummies, and of course these Pumpkin Pie Gummies.
If you’ve never made gummies or fruit snacks before, don’t be intimidated. They’re really very easy to make, and so much more nutritious than their store-bought counterparts!
Sigh. Why do companies think these are good for our kids? Oh yeah, they don’t care.
A healthier choice.
Thankfully, we can make our own that are actually good for us! All you need is a few simple ingredients. And they’re not weird ingredients. You’ll probably already have them on hand if you like making pumpkin pie… Which I’m assuming you do, since you’re reading this post.
Coconut milk, cinnamon, pumpkin… These little gummies don’t have any refined sugar, either! They’re sweetened with honey and applesauce, making them full of antioxidants and vitamins!
They also have grass-fed gelatin. I like to use Perfect Supplements grass-fed gelatin in this recipe! Their gelatin is 100% gluten-free, non-GMO, and kosher. It’s an excellent source of protein and “good for your bones,” as my husband’s grandfather says. 😉
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Pumpkin Pie Gummies
Free of grain, gluten, eggs, dairy, and refined sugar.
Hi Raia. You have some delicious looking recipes that also meet the paleo autoimmune protocol, which makes me and the AIP community VERY happy! So, thank you. I just started a weekly Paleo AIP Recipe Roundtable through my blog, and I would love it if you linked up this recipe and your recent honey spiced sweet potatoes. I’m trying to expand resources for the AIP community. Here’s the link: http://www.phoenixhelix.com/2013/11/20/paleo-aip-recipe-roundtable-4/
Thanks! I'll be sure to link them. : )
These do look good. Hey, I enjoy gummies although some of my kids do too. I might just try these. Thanks for sharing at Healing With Food Friday. You are a featured post for this next week.
Thanks Jennifer! I hope you like them. : )
I'd love to try this! I love gummies as much as the kids do!
I hope you like them! : )
Looks yummy! Thanks for linking up at our Gluten Free Fridays party! I have tweeted and pinned your entry to our Gluten Free Fridays board on Pinterest! 🙂
Hope your week is great!
Cindy from vegetarianmamma.com
What a great idea. My kids love gummies as well. Pumpkin is so nutritious, it is a good way to sneak in some vitamins. Have you tried this with other flavors as well?
Thanks for creating this recipe!
I originally tried it with strawberries, and my kids loved it. I'm working on bananas now. 😉
I was wondering do you think using 2 percent milk that it will still work using the same amount as what it’s called for?
Well, I don’t see why 2% wouldn’t work, though I’ve never tried it. 🙂
I have store-bought canned coconut milk and the non-dairy refridgerated coconut milk in the carton. Which would I use for this recipe? Thank you!
You can use either, Adie. 🙂
What a great flavor for a gummy! I never thought of making pumpkin flavored treats like this but it is perfect for the season!
Thanks, Noelle! They are a super fun holiday treat. 🙂
Anything pumpkin pie is good with me. These sound delicious.
Very creative and perfect idea for gifting this holiday season, just put them inside a jar with a nice bow and thee you go. This is awesome definitely saving for making it this holiday season.
Yes, they’d be a great gift!
These are always a hit! And I never feel guilty eating 3-4 🙂 So yummy!!
Haha! Yes, I feel the same way. 😉
The kids adored these pumpkin pie gummies and I have to tell you so did I. This recipe is a keeper.
Yay! I’m so glad, Heidy! My kids love them, too.
You mention cinnamon twice in the recipe. Is this a mistake?
No, there is cinnamon in there recipe. 🙂
Hi, I noticed that cinnamon is mentioned twice also–1.5 tsp and 2 tsp. Should I use only one of those measurements, or 3.5 tsp total? Thanks for the recipe–will definitely be making them for my grandkids!
Oh! Haha. Yeah, you probably don’t want to use 3.5 teaspoons. Sorry about that! Just 1 1/2-2 teaspoons, depending on how much you like cinnamon.