These zero carb gummy candies are a sugar free treat! Watch the video tutorial!
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Once I realized how easy it was to make these gummy candies, I couldn't stop! All you need are three ingredients and a candy mold: sugar free jello, unflavored gelatine powder and ¼ – ⅓ cup cold water. The amount of water used depends on how chewy or firm you want your gummy candies. ¼ cup water makes them really quite firm – but I rather like that! Candies made with ⅓ cup water are softer and of course it makes a few more!
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Note: Quick-setting Jello or products that set with carrageenan may not work so well.
Watch the video tutorial below or scroll down for the printable recipe card!
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How to Make Zero Carb Gummy Candy
Add all three ingredients to a small saucepan, stir well, and cook over a low heat.
It will start off as a thick paste but as the gelatine melts it will become more liquid. Cook until all the granules have dissolved – it only takes 2-3 minutes.
I used a variety of molds, purchased from Amazon:
Knox Gelatine Original – 4 CTJell-O Sugar Free Gelatin Sampler (Bundle of 8 Different Flavors .3-oz)Wilton Mini Squeeze Bottles, 2-PieceFreshware CB-610BR 15-Cavity Silicone Tiered Square Chocolate, Candy and Gummy MoldSilicone 3 Piece Candy Mold set, Hearts, Round Mold, and Lions/bear/hippo Candy MoldsFreshware CB-609BR 15-Cavity Silicone Spiral Cone Chocolate, Candy and Gummy Mold
Place the filled mold on something firm like a small tray or chopping board (to stop the mold twisting). Let the Jello cool then place in the fridge for 30-40 minutes until set. The candies will just pop out of the mold!
I made several batches of these with different Jello flavors. They looked so lovely all together, but of course you can do just one flavor if you prefer! The bright colors of the whole collection made them look particularly pretty!
These gummy candies will last a few days at room temperature, but if you have made a lot, I'd recommend storing them in an airtight container in the fridge.Zero Carb Gummy Candy #zerocarb #lowcarb #sugarfree Click To Tweet
You could also try these gummy bears!
OR how about my new recipe for low carb SOUR gummy bears?!?
- 0.3 oz packet of sugar free jello, any flavor
- 1 envelope unflavored powdered gelatin, 1 envelope = 0.25 oz/7.4g
- ¼ - ⅓ cup cold water
- Add all three ingredients to a small saucepan, stir well, and cook over a low heat.
- Cook until all the granules have dissolved - approx 2-3 minutes.
- Use a jug, squeeze bottle or a spoon to carefully pour the mixture into a silicone mold.
- Place the filled mold on something firm like a small chopping board (to stop the mold twisting). Let the jello cool then place in the fridge for 30-40 minutes until set.
Serving size is a quarter of the whole recipe, but actual quantity depends on how much water is used and the size of the molds. The nutritional data is an approximate amount based on four servings.
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Nutrition InformationYield 4 Serving Size Quarter of the recipe
Amount Per ServingCalories 5Total Fat 0gSaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 0mgSodium 18.82mgCarbohydrates 0.2gNet Carbohydrates 0.2gFiber 0gProtein 0.55g
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