These low carb gummy bears are a fun sugar free and keto friendly snack that the whole family will enjoy! Watch the recipe video!
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I recently made a collection of over 21 low carb sweet snacks, and I included a recipe for gummy candy that I made AGES ago! I remembered how much I loved them and decided to make them again – but I really wanted to make low carb gummy BEARS, rather than just random shapes.
You might also like to check out my guide to low carb candy!
Watch my recipe video or scroll down for the full details and printable recipe card:
I went straight to Amazon (of course) and picked up this set of gummy bear molds. There are three trays, 50 bears to a tray, and three droppers too.
For these gummy bears you'll need sugar free Jello, some sachets of powdered unflavored gelatin (Knox or similar), and water.
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How to Make Keto and Low Carb Gummy Bears
Gently cook the Jello, gelatin and water in a small saucepan over a low heat, until all the crystals have dissolved.
Remove from the heat and use the dropper to fill the cavities. I place the silicone tray on a tray or chopping board first because it makes it easier to move around after it's filled!
Repeat with other flavors if using!
When all the cavities are complete, transfer the tray to the fridge for around 30 minutes until the bears are set. Pop them out of the mold and enjoy!
A note on quantities: ¼ cup of water really doesn't seem like very much, but it's what you need to fill one of these trays of 50 bears. The bears have a pleasant chewy quality to them! If you prefer softer gummy bears, use ⅓ cup water instead – but bear in mind you'll have more liquid that you need for one tray, so you might like to use another tray or a different mold.
The cute little bears are great for a sweet treat!
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- 0.3 oz packet of sugar free Jello
- 0.25 oz packet of powdered unflavored gelatin, Knox or similar
- ¼ - ⅓ cup of water, see main text for quantities
- Add the Jello, gelatin, and water to a small saucepan. Place over a low heat, and cook until all the crystals have dissolved.
- Remove from the heat and use the dropper to fill the cavities.
- When all the cavities are complete, transfer the tray to the fridge for around 30 minutes until the bears are set.
- Pop them out of the mold and enjoy!
Makes 1 tray of 50 small gummy bears
A zero carb recipe.
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Nutrition InformationYield 2 Serving Size 25 small gummy bears
Amount Per ServingCalories 20Total Fat 0gSaturated Fat 0gSodium 43mgCarbohydrates 0gFiber 0gProtein 3g
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