UA-59651954-28 Crafty Allie: Lego Gummies

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Lego Gummies


I finally made these!


I've wanted to make these ever since I first saw the molds and now I have them, and this Mama made some!

I found a super easy recipe to follow and its fairly inexpensive. 

Want to learn how to make them?

Okay, so first I purchase these Lego molds. Actually, they aren't really Lego brand, but that's because they were cheaper.



And actually I purchased a few more, so if you want to buy some from me, click here.
(you can also email me, and check out directly through Paypal.

I found a super cool video King Random, and he makes it look super easy.


What you will need:

1 package of Jello
2 packages of Knox Gelatin
 1/4 cup of light corn syrup 
(such as Karo)
1/4 cup of  cold water

First measure 1/2 cup of cold water

Add corn syrup until the line measures 3/4 cup

 

Stir together with a fork until the water
is clear again.


Add water and corn syrup to a sauce pan
(do not put on heat yet).

Add in 2 packages of Knox gelatin.


Add in Jello package
(I used peach for this batch).


Stir together until the powder disappears. 
It will clump up like this.


Place on medium heat and stir.


Keep stirring.


It will eventually start to get clearer.


It will have small bubbles and lumps.

Let cool for 10 minutes and then transfer to a glass.


 Let it sit for about 30 minutes.

All of the cloudy mix will rise to the top.

Get a spatula.


and remove the cloudy gumminess.


Then transfer into a container with a spout.



Pour mixture into your molds, but pour slowly.


Let the mixture sit for at least 5 hours.


 Look at some of these yummy flavors we used!



Yay for Lego Gummies!



Thanks so much for tuning in!
Until Next Time...


4 comments:

  1. Wow, those are awesome! I have two boys in particular who would be in heaven if I made these. I will have to think about getting those molds.

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  2. How fun. I'm sure any child would love to have these and to help make them, too. Thanks for sharing on Snickerdoodle Sunday.Pinned and Tweeted.

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  3. Homemade gummies sound delicious! Thanks so much for sharing at the Submarine Sunday Link Party! I hope you'll stop by again soon!

    Navy Wifey Peters @ The Submarine Sunday Link Party

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