Home Made Fruit Gummies

Homemade Elderberry Gummies


What I used:

2 tbs Local Honey

2 tbs Elderberry Syrup
1.5 cups Cranberry Juice (organic, 100% juice)
3 tbs of Gelatin Amazon Gelatin Link

How to:
In a sauce pan, on medium heat mix honey. Juice, syrup. Bring to a simmer.
Add in gelatin while whisking.  Fully dissolve powder.

Pure into molds. Place in freezer or fridge.

Amazon Candy Mold Link


My kiddos love these gummies, and so much easier than the syrup! Plus you can make all different fun shapes and flavors. 


***You can use any juice you want to.
Fresh juice, organic,  bottled whatever works for you!  I recommend if using honey, use local, REAL honey. ***

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