Golden Milk Gummies


If you want a fun way to get in your golden milk, give these golden milk gummies a try. They’re tasty, easy to eat, and picky husband/kid-approved!

It's cold season! Make these concentrated golden milk gummies to help keep you healthy! Recipe by Ashley of

It is COLD season. 

Roby is currently fighting off a cold. Since he’s basically irresistible, I’ve been sneaking kisses in between his coughs and sneezes. Now that I write that out… it sounds pretty gross.

To keep myself from getting a cold, I’ve been eating my gummy vitamins, taking probiotics, and drinking my daily golden milk. Roby’s not big on golden milk so, I came up with these concentrated golden milk gummies – they’re sweet and small and fun to eat. This is the perfect way to get a picky husband or picky kids to get their golden milk.

It's cold season! Make these concentrated golden milk gummies to help keep you healthy! Recipe by Ashley of

Why drink golden milk? Or I suppose I should be asking, why eat golden milk gummies?

I’m going to answer that question (that I asked) with a story (as usual). When I was a kid, my parents would make me turmeric milk when I wasn’t feeling well – like, if I was having a tummy ache or if I caught a cold. The spice cabinet is a pretty common go-to in Indian households when it comes to treating minor illnesses. And golden milk, also known as haldi ka doodh, is a known ancient home remedy.

I’m not here to convince you that turmeric is some magic cure-all but research does show that curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, has many health benefits. 

These gummies are made with a concentrated golden milk mixture. I normally don’t make my golden milk this strong if I’m going to be sipping on an entire cup. But since I eat just 1-2 of these a day, I want them to pack a punch of the golden spice. In addition to turmeric, I also added a good bit of ground ginger. My mom always makes me a strong ginger chai when I’m feeling sick, so I figured it only made sense to add ginger to these gummies. I also added a pinch of cardamom for flavor and a pinch of black pepper because it’s supposed to help the body absorb the curcumin.

It's cold season! Make these concentrated golden milk gummies to help keep you healthy! Recipe by Ashley of

All of those spices + raw honey + grass-fed gelatin = gummies that are perfectly sweet and slightly peppery.

If you want to use fresh turmeric in this recipe, go for it – double the amount. Oh, and make sure you’re careful when handling turmeric – it stains everything.

I hope that these gummies will help keep you healthy during cold season!

Golden Milk Gummies

It's cold season! Make these concentrated golden milk gummies to help keep you healthy! Recipe by Ashley of

Golden Milk Gummies

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Servings 20 pumpkins



  • Add the water to a large bowl and sprinkle the gelatin over top of the water. Set aside.
  • Add the milk and spices to a saucepan over low-medium heat, whisking for about 4-5 minutes.
  • Turn off heat and add the honey. Mix well.
  • Slowly pour the milk into the bowl with the water and gelatin and whisk until the gelatin completely dissolves.
  • Pour the mixture into a mold (this is the pumpkin mold I use) and refrigerate until firm, about 3-4 hours.
  • Store the gummies in an air-tight container in the fridge for up to one week.


Make sure you are using gelatin (and not collagen).
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  1. Beverly says

    Hi! I can’t wait to try these gummies! I bought Turmeric a while ago but have not had the audacity to try it yet LOL. I was trying to find a way to use some fresh ginger on hand and came across golden milk. Question, how much fresh ginger would you add to this recipe in place of the powder?

    Woo hoo, now I have a use for the gelatin I picked up months ago and my turmeric!

    Thank you so much!

    • My Heart Beets says

      Beverly, fresh ginger isn’t as potent as ground but it’s up to you as to how much you want to use 🙂 I’d try maybe double the amount. Let me know what you think of the gummies!

  2. Julie J says

    5 stars
    I have been eyeing this recipe for months, and just received the gelatin and heart-shaped molds for my birthday, so I made it! Definitely good, hubby likes it, a fun and easy way to get our nutrients. Going to try the gingerbread gummies next. I’m going to add a little Stevia to taste, since I like things really sweet. The gelatin and water really made a thick blob, but while adding the milk mixture, a little patience during the whisking and it all smoothed out beautifully into a silky liquid. You are a great chef, and I always enjoy your humor too. Thank you!

    • My Heart Beets says

      Julie, that’s so great to hear! I’m gad you liked it 🙂 I can’t wait to hear what you think of the gingerbread gummies! And I’m glad to know you like my humor, lol – that’s the best compliment (to know someone actually reads my long blog posts lol)!

  3. Diane says

    Hi there – this looks yummy! I was wondering, do I need to prepare the molds in any way to ensure they do not stick? I have loads of silicone candy molds and I’ve gone paleo, so not much candy-making anymore!

  4. Pam says

    5 stars
    I admit it; I rated it 5 stars without trying it. About a month ago I made Golden Milk using a recipe from my grocery store’s monthly recipe magazine. Though the flavor was good, the texture was weird because of all the ground spices floating around in it. I think I would have liked it more if I had blended it into a smoothie with banana and some other thickening ingredients. The idea of gummies sounds wonderful! And if the sugar weren’t so high, I’d try some sweetened condensed milk……. So, I’m going to make it again, either as tummies or as a thick banana / yogurt smoothie. I’m feeling healthier already 🙂

    PS – I have my modification of your two-ingredient “cheesecake” in my IP right now, a dollop in each of 9 little “cups” that are each about 2 oz. They’re going with me to a party tomorrow. My modification = a schlurp (around 2 tsp to 1 TBSP) of good vanilla in the yogurt / condensed milk mixture, a healthy pinch of combined coarsely ground pistachios, whole cardamom, and dried grated orange peel, and three decoratively arranged golden raisins in the bottom of each cup (which will be the. top of each unmolded “tart-let”). I advertised “cheesecake bites” and it’ll be interesting to see how this goes over in rural PA.

  5. Kyle says

    Hi Ashley!

    Ive been looking for this type of gummie for a while now! Thank you for the recipe. Im curious about how much you eat in a day. You said 1-2 gummies, but how big are they? I cant tell from the picture.


  6. jeeter says

    Could you recommend another ingredient then gelatin, for those of us who do not consume animal products. Thank you.

  7. Janell says

    I just wanted to say- I’m not paleo or gluten free or anything but I just love your recipes, especially the 5 ingredients or less. Amazing and makes me want to eat heathier!

  8. Anita says

    This is a very interesting remedy and recipe! Thank you so much for sharing it! We’re not even sick, but I plan to try this because this is a much tastier way to get healthy gelatin into my troublesome GI. (Ordinarily, I drink bone broth, but that can get old really fast.) Would this work with full fat coconut milk or do I need to make some cashew milk? (which is no problem if that makes it better) Thank you so much for sharing your recipes. It is always a pleasure to see your posts in my Facebook feed or visit your site here online.

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