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You know that every parents struggles at some point to get their kiddos off to bed… what if there was a reason they had trouble calming down at night?
I started doing some research and found that magnesium was a mineral that could help all of us get better rest at night – naturally!
I also learned that magnesium was one of those minerals that was really common to be deficient in. I actually was deficient myself!
So I started thinking about ways to help my kids get in more magnesium each day and these apple gummies were a really easy thing to try!
I came up with the idea of Apple Night Night Gummies Recipe. These are filled with vitamins from the applesauce and also magnesium.
Not just at night, but I am sneaking in magnesium to my kids every day with this chocolate superfood powder. I love this brand to get in my daily superfoods – plus, because it tastes like chocolate, it is great for the whole family to get in what they need without the struggle!
Apple Night Night Gummies Recipe
*As always, I’m not a medical professional. Please talk to your doctor before changing your diet.
Using gummies helps kids get their vitamins and is fun too!
Here’s a link to the magnesium powder that I used. If you are looking for a good unflavored gelatin, here’s what I would recommend!
- 1 cup of water
- ½ cup of apple sauce
- 1 tablespoon of maple syrup
- 2 tsp of magnesium powder
- pinch of salt
- 3 tablespoons of unflavored gelatin
- Boil ½ cup of water on stove.
- Mix the apple sauce, maple syrup, salt and magnesium powder together in separate bowl.
- Dissolve your gelatin in ½ cup of cold water.
- Let sit a few minutes, then mix into the applesauce mixture.
- Once mixed well, pour your ½ cup of boiling water into mixture.
- Pour into molds and place in fridge for 2-4 hours.
- I used my mini muffin tin for this and it worked great.
- I made 24½ full mini muffin tin gummies.
Do you have trouble sleeping some nights?
What are your tricks for going to sleep?
I feel like motherhood was the most amazing thing that ever happened to me… but I had to discover how to not lose myself in the process.
I teach busy moms how to make simple healthy swaps that make a huge impact on their health and results.
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