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Gummy Bears

Indulge in the delightful world of handmade fruit gummies and edibles, where the perfect gelifier provides the desired texture. This unique ingredient ensures perfect texture and consistency, transforming fresh fruit juices and purees into chewy, flavorful treats. Whether you're crafting health-conscious snacks or interesting edibles, the precision and reliability of this gelifier make the process effortless. Elevate your gummy-making experience and enjoy the vibrant flavors and satisfying chew of these exquisite homemade confections.

225g Sugar
225g Pastry 1 Glucose Syrup
170g Water
44g  Cuisine Tech Italgel Fast CT1095
8g Cuisine Tech Citric Acid
30g Amifruit Orange Paste - or any flavoring paste
PM Pastry 1  Coloring gel

Combine gelatin and water in a container.

Combine the glucose syrup, sugar in the saucepan. Stir gently to combine. Bring to a simmer, once simmering, wash down the sides of the pan with water using a clean pastry brush.

Remove the mixture from the heat and stir in your citric acid and gelatin mixture with spatula util gelatin is melted.

Divide your mixture into different bowls and add in any coloring and flavorings that you want.

Let the mixture 5 to 10 min and allow the mixture to clear and foam to collect at the top.

Spray your molds lightly with some oil and wipe the excess. Poor your mixture into your molds.

Let your gummy bears chill in the fridge for 6H until the bears are set but 24H is best. Once they are set, they can be stored at room temperature




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