These delicious fruit gummies are made with just 3 whole food ingredients: fruit, water, and gelatin contain no dyes or artificial flavors and can be easily infused with CBD or THC concentrate for a relaxing, healthy edible experience.
If you haven't already, puree your fruit of choice in a small food processor or blender until smooth. Set aside.
In a small saucepan over no heat, add the water or juice.
Evenly sprinkle the gelatin over the liquid. Set aside, do not stir, and allow it to stand, or "bloom" for 2 minutes.
After standing for 2 minutes, place the saucepan over medium-low heat. The mixture will be very thick at this point.
Allow the mixture to become liquified. Once liquid, gently stir the mixture until it reaches a temperature of 165°F. Turn off the heat.
Pour the reserved fruit purée into the liquid gelatin, whisking well.
Add the lemon juice, concentrate you are using, and flavoring oils (if using), and stir the mixture well until all ingredients are well combined.
Working quickly using a small pipette, fill your mold with the mixture.
Refrigerate for 30 minutes.
Remove the molds from the refrigerator and count how many total gummies you have made. This will help you determine how many milligrams of CBD or THC are in each gummy.
Carefully pop the gummies out of the mold.
Leave the gummies to air dry for 24 hours or store the gummies immediately in the refrigerator or freezer.
Run a Test Batch First: As always, I recommend you make one *non-infused* test batch of gummies before trying with your actual product to ensure you like the taste, consistency, and process.
Using Other Concentrates: If you are using other cannabis concentrates instead of distillate, check this guide first to see if the concentrate needs to be decarbed.
Mold Inhibitors: In this recipe, I've used lemon juice as a natural preservative and mold inhibitor. It does not lend a strong or noticeable flavor to the gummies. You can also use LorAnn Mold Inhibitor or potassium sorbate in place of the lemon juice.
A Word of Caution When Air Drying: Humidity will cause an issue of oil sweating if you are air-drying your gummies, especially if they are made with MCT oil. If it is humid where you live, you must air dry your gummies in the refrigerator where the temperature and humidity are better controlled. If you use a food dehydrator to dry your gummies, you must ensure it does not use heat. Any low-temperature dehydrators (~90°) will cause your gummies to melt.
Serving: 1gummy | Calories: 10kcal
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