SOUR INFUSED SUGAR FREE Gummies | Shelf Stable Recipe

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SUGAR FREE KETO Coconut Oil Gummies 🤤| Shelf Stable Recipe

INGREDIENTS
1/2 cup water
3-4 TBSP gelatin or 4 Knox Gelatin packets
1/4 cup butter/oil
1/2 – 1 tsp citric acid (don’t use too much [as I did] if the flavor packets you’re adding also have citric acid)
1/8 tsp Potassium Sorbate Mixture
1 tsp Soy/Sunflower lecithin
Variety of Sugar Free water flavor enhancers (Crystal Light, Mio, Koolaid, etc) OR Koolaid packet plus sugar free sweetener

NO MELTING. NO MOLDING. Good for up to 9 months, out of the refrigerator. 🙏🏼🤩

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If you’re new to making gummies, I always recommend to make a test run batch without tincture/oil/etc first to ensure the recipe goes smoothly. Then the second time you can make it with the infusion.

When I first started making gummies, I would always make a test batch first until I got the hang of it. Even still, occasionally I wish I made a test batch first when experimenting. For example with this sugar free recipe, the combo of crystal light/sour koolaid/citric acid was too much citric acid (as the crystal light and sour koolaid already had plenty citric acid in them) and slightly effected the texture of the gummy. Had I done a test run first I would’ve realized I put too much citric acid between the three, and I would’ve cut back a bit. But these things happen, and in the end they’re still good.. I just prefer perfect

Good luck & please comment if you end up making them ❤️

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  1. Alina I just realized the packages here in the USA are different then Canadian's. Our packages are either .6oz (17G) or .3 (8.5G) so think I finally realized why mine have been so not jelloie lol misspelled im sure. So I need to use 5 boxes to equal the 85 grams correct? Thanks so much hun….Now I know why mine were off the charts as far as strength…

  2. If you’re new to making gummies, I always recommend to make a test run batch without tincture/canna oil/etc first to ensure the recipe goes smoothly. Then the second time you can make it with the weed. 

    When I first started making gummies, I would always make a test batch first until I got the hang of it. Even still, occasionally I wish I made a test batch first when experimenting. For example with this sugar free recipe, the combo of crystal light/sour koolaid/citric acid was too much citric acid (as the crystal light and sour koolaid already had plenty citric acid in them) and slightly effected the texture of the gummy. Had I done a test run first I would've realized I put too much citric acid between the three, and I would've cut back a bit. But these things happen, and in the end they're still good.. I just prefer perfect

    Good luck & please comment if you end up making them ❤️

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