Don't tell Thanos, but I found all of the Infinity Stones right here on Earth. We made Infinity Stone Gummies that are perfect for any Infinity Gauntlet. Making your own gummies is really easy and such a fun treat for themed parties.
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You can make gummies from flavored Jello or your favorite juices, the key is adding more gelatin to make them harder. For this recipe, I used different color and flavored juices to get the Infinity Stone colors I needed. You can also add a little food coloring to make the gummies more vibrant and less translucent.
- Mango Passion Fruit for the Soul Stone – Orange
- Pomegranate Juice for the Reality Stone – Red
- Blue Powerade for the Space Stone – Blue
- Purple Powerade for the Power Stone – Purple
- Yellow Vitamin Water for the Mind Stone – Yellow
- Green Powerade for the Time Stone – Green
Another thing you want to do to make great gummies is to bloom the gelatin before you add it to the hot liquid. This is a tip I found that was super helpful and is often skipped on most gelatin and jello packets. Blooming is fancy way of saying rehydrate the gelatin. You should do this every time you are using gelatin.
The best way to bloom the gelatin for the gummies is to reserve some of the juice or a small amount of water. Heat the rest of juice while the gelatin blooms. You also want to make sure you aren't boiling the juice. It needs to be hot but not boiling to dissolve the gelatin. Once your juice is hot add in your gelatin and stir to dissolve the gelatin completely. Next, I sprayed a small amount of oil onto the molds to make sure they slip out. This step depends on the molds. The Gem Molds are stiffer than other molds I've used so I wanted to make sure they came out.
Infinity Stone Gummies
Learn to make your own gummies in the shape of gems like the Infinity Stones.
- 1 cup Colored Juice 1/4 cup divided
- 2 packets Unflavored Gelatin
- 2 tbsp Honey or Marple Syrup optional
Divide 1/4 cup of the juice into a bowl. Add the gelatin to the juice and stir with a fork.
Heat the remaining 3/4 cup of on medium-high heat until it starts to steam but not boil.
Add the gelatin into the pot and stir to dissolve all of the gelatin.
Add in honey or maple syrup. This is if you would like sweeter gummies. This is also dependant on the amount of sweetness of your juice.
Fill the Gem Molds and place in the refrigerator for 3 hours or until firm.
Pull the sides of the mold to help release the gummy from the mold. Gently pull the gems from the molds.
Store in the refrigerator.
Fruit juices will be sweeter than a drink like Powerade or Gatorade. You may want to leave fruit juices unsweetened but it is purely a taste preference.
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