Sugar Free Gummy Worms
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- Ready In:
- Combine all ingredients until dissolved.
- Pour into an 8x8 pan, lightly sprayed.
- Refrigerate until firm.
- Cut into"worm-like" strips.
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I noticed that there were no measurements for the "packets" of gelatin and kool-aid, so I was a little wary of trying this out. I used 7g packets for the unflavored and 2 0.6oz (17g) packets of flavored, a 7"x11" glass dish. I did not use any kool-aid since I did not have any. They were pleasantly tangy without it, so no harm there. Worked wonderfully. My dad is a diabetic low-carber, and I am on a low calorie diet, so this was a great crowd pleaser. They weren't "gummy" but a very very tough jello, kind of melting in your mouth. Keep refrigerated.
Very good little wormy jello jigglers. I mixed it up with strawberry and lime, and boy was the lime sour. I used my pizza cutter to zip through them. My kids loved them. I mixed all the dry stuff before adding the water, just to make it easier. Made and Reviewed for Diabetic Awareness tag - Thanks! :)
The recipe is great! However, if you want to make it more like a gummy then a jiggler you need to mix the dry ingredients. Use one cup of cold water and sprinkle the gelatin mixture over it and allow to sit for 10 minutes. When the ten minutes is up turn on stove to medium and allow the gelatin to dissolve than pour into a glass baking dish or mold. Let cool at room temperature and then put in the fridge. This gives it more of a gummy feel.