Easy Slimming World Jelly Sweets

When I tell people this they look at me at disgust, like I have two heads or something. I just don’t get what all the fuss is about, they are over sweet and sickly. I would much prefer a healthy sugar free snack. And yes there really is a thing such as low fat sweets. These slimming world Jelly Sweets are so easy to make.

Finding great low carb sweets for children with t1 diabetes is hard

The boys love Haribo, this is something that Jack will always have to give an extra insulin injection for and you would not believe the carbs in them, soooo high. I really am not keen on him eating them, but he’s a teenager I can’t deny him things he likes. However low fat snacks are the way forward. A this low carb Haribo Alternative is perfect.

How to make healthy sweets a great snack if you have t1 diabetes

I decided to try the recipe for Slimming world Jelly Sweets.

Here is how to make jelly sweets like Haribo

If there is a chance they are a good substitute then these low sugar jelly sweets have got to better for him. And they love these low carb sweets, perfect to have in the fridge or make up in batches when we have visitors or for a kids party.

Slimming World Jelly Sweets

A delicious slimming world sugar free jelly sweet made with muller light yoghurt a great alternative to haribo and only 1.5 syns per batch
Prep Time10 mins
Fridge time2 hrs
Total Time2 hrs 10 mins
Course: Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Slimming World
Servings: 8 People
Calories: 68kcal
Author: SarahJChristie


  • 2 sachets sugar free jelly crystals
  • 2 sachets powdered gelatin
  • 1 pot mullerlight yoghurt


  • Add both jelly and gelatin sachets to half a pint of boiling water and stir well.
  • Pour 2/3 s of the jelly into a flat container and put in fridge until set.
  • Then whisk the Muller yogurt into the rest of the jelly.
  • Once bottom layer set then pour on jelly/muller mix and place back in fridge to set.
  • Once set cut into bite size pieces.

Home Made Jelly Sweets


Quick and Easy Low Sugar Jelly Sweets www.extraordinarychaos.com

These slimming world jelly sweets taste great, and are a such a quick and easy home made recipe to try at home with kids.

We decided to do a batch of slimming world tangfastic, for these we just used the gelatin with orange jelly and heated diet lemonade instead of using water. The boys loved these and munched on them all day, the great thing was I wasn’t stressing as they were not full of sugar of carbs. I think next time we have friends visit I might make a batch for the kids to munch on instead of buying sweets.
Check out this post for Slimming World Strawberry Mousse.

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Low Sugar Home Made Jelly sweets the perfect alternative to haribo made from low fat jelly, gelatine, and muller light yoghurt making them low syn for slimming world



Slimming World Jelly Sweets

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  1. Holly Chapman
    19th May 2014 / 9:45 am

    Love these I am going to try some this week! It’s my first weigh in on Wednesday hopefully I will have lost. x

  2. Holly Chapman
    27th May 2014 / 8:34 pm

    I’ve got a batch of these settting in the fridge, hopefully they will turn out good 🙂 x

  3. kateonthinice
    3rd July 2014 / 8:18 am

    Looks like a fab idea and will give them a go. Commenting for myself and on behalf of BritMums and thanking you for taking part

    • 3rd July 2014 / 8:40 am

      Thank you Kate and yes they are great, so worth giving a try

  4. Mitch Wisniewski
    1st September 2016 / 12:06 am

    Were they not sticky at all? Planning on making them for the kid’s birthday but wouldn’t want a gang of little ones running around with sticky hands!

    • SarahJChristie
      3rd September 2016 / 6:00 pm

      They are like Jelly consistency, easy to eat with hands but not to run around with as they may get a little sticky then. I would serve them in a bowl I think or try freezing them x

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