Mango+Coconut gelatine pudding

Mango+Coconut Gelatine Pudding

Gelatine is full of goodness and has been popping up in the paleo/primal circles a lot recently. While sipping a 24-48hr bone broth is by far the healthiest option for getting your gelatine (and a truck load of other nutrients), here’s a quick and easy recipe for adding gelatine into your diet in the form of a delicious coconut pudding.


Makes 2-4 servings


  • 1 cup coconut cream
  • 1 cup of mango (any fresh/frozen fruit or berries work great)
  • 1 banana (the riper the sweeter the result)
  • 1 tbsp grassfed gelatine (we useĀ Great Lakes – red)
  • 1/4 cup cool water



Place a pot on medium heat and pour in coconut cream and fruit/berries. Let heat up stirring every now and then for about 5 minutes.

Mix gelatine powder into the water and let sit for a few minutes.

Remove pot from heat and mix in gelatine. Return to heat and stir for a couple of minutes.

Pour into a blender (depending on your blender, you probably want to let the mixture cool down a little bit, but not too much as it will start setting). Blend until smooth, pour into ramekins and place in the fridge to cool for a couple of hours or until set.




  1. Wow this recipe looks awesome! And so fitting for us right now because we actually have a nation-wide Gelatin Co-Op where we order in the Great Lakes beef gelatin powder for anyone who wants some! Members are always asking for new gelatin recipes to try, so we posted this goody in our Sunshine Coast Paleo/Primal/Real Food Meetup Group facebook page and group page :)

    Please feel free to tell your followers about our co-op. We’ve had people as far away as Darwin and Tassie joining in! All the info is here!gelatin-co-op/c164b

    Can’t wait to try this recipe!!

  2. I get my Great Lakes Gelatin from for $17.95 for the red and under $20 for the green and the postage is fast and cheap from USA

    • We ordered ours from iHerb too Christine. Great prices and super fast delivery! We always order a bigger lot at once so we save on postage too.

  3. Hello Tanja and a big thank you for this idea from Germany. I have just been diagnosed with a histamine intolerance and am tweaking my paleo lifestyle to allow for the new limitations.
    Bone broth was one of the first things to be eliminated, and gelatine is the replacement.
    I used a tin of coconut cream, the same amount of frozen cherries and am delighted with the result.
    I’m sure many variations will follow. Thank you again for the inspiration.

    • Hi Ute,

      Very happy to hear you liked the result! We keep experimenting with this formula too, and end up with a slightly different batch each time – which is great as it doesn’t get boring. Shame to say goodbye to bone broth, but luckily gelatine is so much fun in so many forms! I’m currently experimenting with a coconut yogurt recipe that is thickened with gelatine. Very delicious results so far, but still needs a few rounds of refinement before publishing!




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