Homemade Robot Gummy Candy

Homemade Robot Gummy Candy4-Ingredient homemade gummy candies made with kombucha for a fabulously healthy, naturally sweet snack!

Homemade Robot Gummy Candy
Recipe type: Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Sugar-free, Yeast-free, Corn-free, Grain-free, Nut-free, Egg-free
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Serves: 4
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  1. Add kombucha, lemon juice and stevia to a small saucepan and heat on low heat. You do not need to boil, only heat until the gelatin can be added and dissolved, about 2 minutes.
  2. Gradually whisk in gelatin. Be sure to do it slowly, or your gummies will be lumpy.
  3. Once gelatin is added, pour mixture into a mold of your choice and transfer to the fridge to cool for 2 hours.
  4. Once cooled, remove from mold and enjoy! Can be stored in the fridge for up to 4 days.
  5. Makes 8 gummies, depending on the mold used.
Foam: if when you add the gelatin, it creates a foam, <g class="gr_ gr_54 gr-alert gr_gramm gr_run_anim gr_inline_cards Grammar multiReplace" id="54" data-gr-id="54">remove</g> the foam before you pour the mixture into the mold.

Consistency: These gummies will remain firm at room temperature. You can pack in your lunch and have no issues with consistency!

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Homemade Robot Gummy Candy #paleo #glutenfree

I used this silicon robot mold for these gummy candies, but any silicon mold will do the trick!

Homemade Robot Gummy Candy #paleo #glutenfree

See the foam here in the cup and on the tops of the gingerbread men molds? You don’t want the foam! Just skim off the top and you’ll be good to go.


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  1. LEANNE! I finally got around to making these with a good quality WATERMELON juice and the Great Lakes gelatin after having tried them with okay-quality juice and crappy, cheap-o, store-brand gelatin – Oh. My. Goodness! So much better with the good ingredients. Everyone in the house liked them, even my husband who rarely eats anything remotely like a “gummy.” Just brilliant – this is one of my favorite posts to share with people who are newer to using good ingredients or making their foods from scratch. I am going to give Liz’s (??) suggestion a try and mix the gelatin in before I heat it – my back always hurts by the time I’m done bending over the pot to stir the gelatin in slowly. LOL – Still won’t stop me from making them, even if I have to go back to the “long” way! Thanks again!!

    • I am so very happy that you liked them! Kevin really liked them, too and he’s not a bit fan of the “gummy” either. Great Lakes Gelatin is the best, right?!

  2. Is there a way to use a substitute for stevia? Perhaps honey?

  3. these are adorable and i bet my kids would love them! but, is there any way to make them last (store) longer? I’d love to make a huge batch to pull from that would last a month or so, could they be frozen?

  4. I know what you said about the consistency but do your teeth sink right trough or is their some kind of resistance their?

    • There is a bit of resistance, yes. If you wanted more, you could add more gelatin!

  5. Hi Leanne
    Where do you get your grass fed gelatin? I’ve looked at links to Great Lakes the other people have linked to but by the time an item hits the boarder and I have to pay duty, it’s way out of my budget. I’m in S-W Ontario, if you know of anything that might be close by or that can be ordered from Canada.

    • Hey Kim! I purchased mine at the health food store. Do you have anything like that where you are?