Returning to the Roots of Natural Healing

Recipes for Rainy Days

Coco Gello 

(This tastes great during rainy weather)


5 c. boiling water

1 can coconut milk (full fat)

5 T. Bovine or Porcine Gelatin (bulk foods or packets)

5 T. Regular Stevia (granulated)

1/3 c. canned mandarin orange pieces (canned in fruit juice) drained

1/3 c. unsweetened coconut (no sugar added)

Coconut Whipped Cream (So Delicious Coco whip, available in the natural ice cream section at Save-On-Foods.) 



Boil water, pour into large bowl. Dissolve gelatin one tablespoon at a time in hot water. Dissolve stevia. Add can of coconut milk. Stir. 

Refrigerate for 24 hrs. A white coconut fat layer will separate.

Add layer of unsweetened coconut over top.

Add layer of Coco whip 

Add orange pieces as garnish.

Chill and serve, or eat one serving a day to help increase your collagen levels.

*Note: Porcine Gelatin is what Jello is traditionally made from, but this dish is made without food colouring or sugar. It is sweetened with stevia which is crystalized like sugar, and very sweet (derived from an herb). This is great for Diabetics (if necessary just omit mandarin oranges.)

Low carb

Low sugar

Rich in protein

Keto friendly



Nutrition Facts (per serving)

1 serving is 1/8 portion 

Calories: 188 kcals

Fat: 14.3 g

Protein: 5.8 g

Sugar: 1.4 g (from coconut)  4.2 g with mandarin oranges incl

Note: sweetened (with sugar) dried coconut contains 34 g sugar per cup

use unsweetened dried or fresh coconut instead


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Coco Gello by Emily Isaacson