ACV during ancient greeceApple Cider Vinegar has been around for a very long time and Hippocrates was supposed to be the first one to actively use it as a medicine. You know, Hippocrates, one of the first founders of medicine today? Who has an Oath named after him? Yeah, that guy, he was using ACV already! And now it looks like it’s all coming back!

Apple Cider Vinegar has been on an uprise and you’ll find a lot of articles as well. Unfortunately, they aren’t all saying what you’d like to hear. There are a lot of studies going on at the moment looking for the benefits and side-effects when taking ACV, but a lot has to be discovered yet.

Therefore, when you look on the internet for information, always try to make sure that the research you are reading is deriving from an impeccable source, as they have the resources and the result of actual research. Webpages of universities, for example, are a good source to get your information from. Which is what I did, while writing this article.

But before we begin about the already, kind of, proven effects of Apple Cider Vinegar, I will mention here that down below I will talk about a recipe that I recently made myself. It started after I’ve been using Goli Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies, a company that I love, but unfortunately, they don’t deliver as quickly as I’d like to Portugal. Therefore I browsed the internet to see how to make apple cider vinegar gummies and made it into my version (I’ve had some inspiration from my tea article as well).

Health Benefits of ACV

#1 Controls Blood Suger Levels

It’s been proven that Apple Cider Vinegars can help controlling blood sugar levels, which is good news for people with diabetes. However, before you start treating yourself with some ACV gummies, it’s best to talk with your physician first.

If you don’t have diabetes, it might be a good idea to use apple cider vinegar before you start your meal. It will make sure that your blood sugar won’t spike too much. This means that you won’t have that sugar high and after that a dip. Which can be helpful for your productivity during the day :).

ACV benefits#2 ACV is Good for the Heart

Some research has shown that taking ACV, on a salad, has been decreasing the risk of getting heart-related diseases, as well as lowering the blood pressure.

The latter has been researched on women, and sadly there hasn’t been a lot of research done on humans. So this is the only human test that they’ve done so far (considering knowing more about the heart). There have been promising results on animals as well, although I feel it’s too early to talk about those results.

#3 ACV Could Help Lower Cholesterol

These tests have been done on rats, so there is little evidence that it also works on humans, but they’re working on it. Anyway, on rats, they found that ACV helped with lowering cholesterol levels. So it might help your cholesterol as well. I hope soon to add some links with some research on humans, but this is what they’ve got so far.

Homemade Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies

But, to read about all the effects of ACV is not what we’re here for. My advice to you is to look at some websites first to see if it might be something for you. If you decide it might not be your thing, you can also make some healthy gummy bears as well, for your kids, or yourself, more on that lower in this article. First, we’re going to start with my recipe for some homemade apple cider vinegar gummies.

If you are not into making something yourself, you can always buy them as well. I’ve been using the Goli ACV gummies before, mostly because they use more than just apple cider vinegar. They also add some vitamins, pomegranate, and other things, which make them into more than just an ordinary ACV Gummy.


Homemade ACV Gummies Recipe

Making gummies yourself isn’t that hard, and you don’t need a lot. The only time-consuming thing is that you’ll have to wait for the gelatine to set (which takes about 6 hours in a regular fridge).

  • Prep Time 10 Minutes
  • Cook Time 20 Minutes
  • Total Time 30 Minutes
  • Serves 6 People
  • Calories 42 kcal


  • Gummy Silicone Mold (or Ice Cube Tray)
  • 4 Tablespoons Agar Powder or 2 Tablespoons Agar Flakes
  • 1/8 Cup/ 30 ml of ACV
  • 7/8 Cup/ 220 ml of Apple Juice
  • 1 cup/ 250 ml of Ginger Honey Tea


  1. So, you begin by adding the ACV and Apple Juice together in a pot and bring that to a boil. I decided not to use that many ACV as it can also do some damage when you use it too much and in a concentration that is too high.
  2. Put in the hot Ginger Honey Tea
  3. Add the Agar flakes or powder and keep on stirring in the boiling mixture until everything is dissolved.
  4. When the Agar has been dissolved, you can put the mixture into your mould and let it set. I prefer doing this in the fridge, although Agar doesn't need to be cooled in the fridge.


I came up with this recipe because I still had some Ginger, Lemon, Honey tea that was already cold and I didn’t want to throw it away. For the benefits for ginger, have a quick look at this page, where I explained how to prepare Ginger Honey Tea. I did use lemon in this mixture as well, but I wouldn’t do it again next time as the gummies might become too acid.

The Apple juice you can make yourself, but it’s also perfectly fine to buy some at the supermarket. Just make sure that there is no sugar added as the sweet taste will come from the honey. This makes it healthier as honey also has some healing properties.

And also, the silicon mold isn’t really necessary if you don’t want to invest. You can easily make them into an oven dish. You just have to make sure that you use an anti-sticky spray when you take them out of the dish.

It’s just as easy as that, making your power gummies! And of course, there is nothing better than making something yourself! And it doesn’t even cost you a lot of money. For a mixture of 50 gummies, I just spent something under a dollar. But it all depends on the ingredients you use as well of course.

If you are not such a big fan of ACV, you can also just make regular healthy gummies, which will be our next recipe! They are also great for your kids, as I wouldn’t start giving my kids ACV already at a younger age.

Healthy homemade gummy snack for kids

Gummy Bears

So, this version of a gummy bear is healthy and easy to make. You only need a couple of ingredients. And the best of all is that you can experiment with them as they are not gonna harm anyone. So, it’s a great healthy snack for your kids.

  • Prep Time 10 Minutes
  • Cook Time 15 Minutes
  • Total Time 25 Minutes
  • Serves 6 People
  • Calories 41 kcal


  • Gummy Silicone Mold (or Ice Cube Tray)
  • 4 Teaspoons Agar Powder/ Flakes
  • 1 Cup/ 240 ml Apple Juice (Fresh preferable)
  • 1 cup/ 240 ml Tea (I used Lemon Ginger)
  • Honey to your liking


  1. Bring the apple juice with the tea to a boil, add the Agar and stir.
  2. Keep whisking or stirring until everything is dissolved.
  3. If it's not sweet enough after you tasted it, you can always add something to sweeten it up. My favourite is honey, but if you want to go vegan, you can use Agave syrup.
  4. Put the mixture into the mould and let it set.


There are a couple of other things that I’d like to mention here as well, to give you the best result.

If you don’t have Agar, it’s also possible to use gelatine instead. This is if you aren’t vegetarian of course. For this you need to bring the juice to a boil, add the gelatine, and stir. After that you turn off the fire and put in cold tea.

Agar doesn’t need to be put in the fridge as it has a higher smelting point. This means that they will keep their shape even when temperatures are getting higher. To conserve it for a longer time, I would put it in the fridge though.

Goli ACV Gummies Review

Of course, if you don’t like to spend some time making your own gummies, you’ve also got these amazing gummies you could buy. I’ve tried them out for a couple of months and I stopped using them because it didn’t feel good anymore that they had to come over from the states on a plane, as I’m trying to lower my ecological footprint.

If you are living in the states though, you might really enjoy them as they are not only about ACV. I’ve looked at a couple of products before I found these amazing gummies. Other products only have the vinegar without any side products. But these have a lot more than just some apple cider vinegar.

For example, I started using them not just because of the fact that I wanted to give it a go, but I had a blood exam that said that I was low on B12. This is a common thing that often happens when people are vegetarian. Therefore, this might be a great addition to your vegetarian diet.

Besides apple and vinegar, they also add pomegranate and beetroot, which are considered as superfoods!

And on top of all of that (and their great taste), for every jar of gummies you buy, Goli offers 6-months of vital vitamins to vitamin angel! This means that for every payment they’ll be getting from you, you’ll be saving a child in need of some nutritious vitamins!


That was about it on making your healthy/-er gummies. If you’ve tried this recipe, or you’ve experimented with it already, please let me know in the comment section down below what your favorite mixture was.

If you’re not a fan of ACV you can try whatever flavors you’d like. So play with it a bit and you might be surprised by the results that you’ll be getting!

Bon appetite and Nama-stay wonderful 🙂

This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. drinkteahub

    This is such a brilliant and yet simple idea, which I’d never thought of and would probably never have occurred to me, to turn apple cider vinegar into gummy bear style candies. They look absolutely beautiful too so would make a lovely and fairly inexpensive gift for someone whose health you care about. Great article, thank  you for sharing.

    1. Virendra

      You’re very welcome! Let us know if you’ve got your own recipe!

  2. Amelita

    I have always used and recommended apple cider vinegar for home remedies. Making homemade apple cider vinegar gummies sounds fun and interesting for sure! I do wonder, does the vinegar affect the flavor at all? 

    This is a recipe I am definitely going to try with my kids! Can you recommend another great health tip or post? This gummy idea is so unique! Thanks so much.

    1. Virendra

      Hi Amelita, I have to say that my recipe you don’t really taste the apple cider vinegar in it. Which makes it amazing as the flavor of ACV can be quite strong! The recipe that I’m using is quite soft on the flavor, it’s got an apple, watermelon taste, and I can’t even taste the vinegar in it.

      If you loved this, you might also like my article on homemade breakfast items!

  3. Claudio

    Hi Virendra,
    I really didn’t know the very interesting properties that apple cider vinegar has. It can reduce blood sugar and cholesterol levels and beneficial to our heart, it seems fantastic.

    I will make homemade apple cider vinegar gummies following your recipe. I think that I would also like to eat them cold and of different colors. 

    Any doubt I will consult you. Thank you very much!

    1. Virendra

      Enjoy them Claudio :), they are absolutely delicious!

  4. Hi Jessie

    I think that more acceptance of our bodies overall is a good thing. We don’t have much of that in today’s world. At the same time, I like how you said your classes don’t put up with any bull#@$%&@# . So that everyone feels comfortable to be there. I’ve never done yoga but I can see how it would benefit me, especially when it comes to destressing. 

    I like how your website it set up. You have lots of pictures and links. and a plethora of information.

    Best wishes to you for your future. 


    1. Virendra

      Thank you for your comment :). If you need any more information on how to go to your first class, feel free to ask!

  5. Vicki

    I made these using gelatin. I followed the recipe and there was not enough gelatin to keep them together, they fell apart out of the molds. The flavor was good and the ACV was not overpowering as other recipes I’ve tried. Next time I’ll add another tablespoon or perhaps 2 of gelatin and hope they come out better. I really like your ginger tea addition.

    1. Virendra

      Hi Vicki,

      Thank you for reading the article, I’m going to have another look at the recipe to see what I can change about the gelatin. This is my base recipe and I’ve been experimenting with some other things as well. But for now, in your case, gelatin is always a bit different, you can have it in powder, leaves or even substitutes like agar. Always read the instructions on the package to see what they recommend. And then add a little bit more ;). Most of the dosages on the packages are to make jelly and that’s not what you want. I once even used double the dosage they adviced on the package just to make sure I would have a firm gummy! Gelatin is also neutral in flavor, so you don’t have to worry that you are going to end up with a different flavor in the end!

      I hope that answers your questions and please let me know if you do have some more doubts!

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