You might consider strawberry jello to be a totally normal (and even slightly boring) dessert option -- but adding hibiscus is a complete game changer. To celebrate her five year blog-iversary, Beth of Tasty Yummies created a recipe for Strawberry Hibiscus Jello and it is next level. It's also a delicious choice for people with dietary restrictions and find other desserts limiting.
In addition to tasting incredible, the hibiscus-infused strawberry jello also contains healing properties. The gelatin contains amino acids (glycine and proline) that some believe are beneficial for digestion, skin, nails, hair, connective tissue and immune health.
To make your own, you will need high quality grass-fed gelatin, dried hibiscus flowers (or two tea bags), water, honey, fresh lemon juice, sliced strawberries and whipped coconut cream for topping.
Hibiscus Strawberry Jello
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