There are a lot of great recipes out there for gummies, but if you're looking a quick and easy recipe you can make with ingredients that are likely in your kitchen cupboard, this is the one for you!

Step 1: List of Ingredients

  • One box of Jello
  • Seven packets of gelatin
  • Corn starch
  • Citric acid
  • 3/4 cup of water
  • Candy molds
  • Small pot
Yay, it worked! I've just finished making these beautiful, jewel-like gummies from your recipe. I'm trying to add an image, hope it shows. Thank you so much for this recipe - last night I used a different i'ble, with slightly different amounts of water and gelatine to yours; and I ended up with marshmallows instead of gummies.
what exactly are gummies? they look great though
<p>I made it! But didn't take a pic. I sprayed a glass pan 5x8 with PAM then poured it into that. Also I only had 3 packets of the gelatine and one packet of sugar free (it's all I had) Raspberry flavored jello. But I added the 3/4c. of water and cooked down 7min. Turned out really flavorful! Thanks for the great Inst'able!!</p>
would agar agar powder work instead of gelatin? <br>I know it is a lot stronger.
I found 7 packets of gelatin to be WAY too much. They were hard and just like firm tofu... ewe. I reduced to 2 and 3 to try and both were much better texture! I also used Sugar Free Jello for dietary reasons and they are such a treat!!!
dude stop yelling <br>and then curl up in a corner
i did curl up in the corner. it was awesome
Did you forget to turn the stove on?
So what is the consistency of these? Like gummy bears/worms...or jello?
For the KIDS???? David, shame on you! Admit you love them. Become one of us!
do you have to use citric acid?
I make artificial fishing bates using a similar recipe.
can we have some weights and measures please as im un the uk and dont have this brand, also i have different sized cups! :P<br><br>a box, a packed and a bit of water arnt measurements i can use
Forgive me for sticking my nose in and replying ahead of the creator of these yummy treats! This is what I used to make these: <br> <br>One 85gm box of jelly (all jelly crystals come in 85gm packets over here). <br> <br>3 rounded, OR 3 heaped tablespoons of gelatine, depending on how solid you want the gummies to be. (I wasn't able to find any gelatin in those little individual serve sachets). I really liked using 3 heaped tablespoons of gelatine, as the more solid they are, the less sticky they seem to be. <br> <br>I didn't put cornstarch/cornflour on my next batch after the ones in the photo, because these little beauties didn't stick, luckily. And they're almost transparent if you don't use cornflour on them - so beautiful :-) <br> <br>
oooh these look awesome! Make these Paleo and we can talk... hahah
They do make sugar free Jello. I'm sure gelatin is OK as it's made from meat. Some Paleo allow moderate amounts of artificial sweeteners.
*mouth watering profusely* Need super sour power &quot;zazenergizer&quot; gummies.<br><br>Love Jello.<br>Love Gummies.<br>Love this i'ble.<br>Five stars.<br>
Thanks, i will have to try this for the Kids <br>David

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