Wine Gummies

Posted by Paul Sass, March 2nd, 2017 | 0 Comments

We recently stumbled across a recipe that seemed too goo to be true, Wine Gummy Bears!

Well, we tried it out, and the results were amazing. This recipe could be replicated with red, white, rose, or even port! We would suggest leaving out the sugar if you try these with Port, since Port is already sugar heavy. these gummies turned our sweet, chewy like a gummy, and with still some of the depth of the wine shining through. We used the Limited Edition Fourtitude wine, and it was perfect.


Here is the recipe:



1 Cup Wine

1/2 Cup Sugar

3 Tablespoons or 6 packets of powdered gelatin

1 drop food colouring (if desired, or specifically if making rose bears)

2-3 Gummy Bear Molds (Any silicon mold for ice or candy could work, large molds would be less ideal)



1. Place the wine, sugar and gelatin in a saucepan over medium heat. *If you want to keep the alcohol in, make sure to keep it under 90C(. Whisk for 2 / 3 minutes or until sugar and gelatin have dissolved. *stir in food colouring now, if desired(

2. Using a glass measuring cup with a spout, pour the mixture over the gummy bear molds. Use an offset spatula to get rid of the excess and ensure all the molds are filled.

3. Refrigerate for at least 90 minutes.

4.When the gelatin has set, bears will easily pop out of the mold. (Trust us, this worked a dream!)

5. Store uneaten wine gummies in an airtight container in the fridge.

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