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1-Minute Soft Fruit Gummies

1-Minute Soft Fruit Gummies

Of course, you can also make this in a pot.
You can make these gummies, which are full of collagen, with extra jam or fruit juice you have on hand. Enjoy making them in your favorite flavors!

Ingredients: An amount that's easy to make

[If making with jam]
Jam (any kind you like)
50 g
Lemon juice
1 teaspoon
Gelatin powder
10 g (for soft gummies) / 15 g (for hard gummies)
Water (or juice)
3 tablespoons
[If making with freshly squeezed juice or fruit juice]
Whatever freshly squeezed juice or store bought juice you like
80 ml
Honey
1 or 2 tablespoons
Gelatin powder
10 g (for soft gummies) / 15 g (for hard gummies)
[Honey and lemon gummies]
Lemon juice
1 lemon's worth (50 ml)
Water
2 tablespoons
Honey
2 or 3 tablespoons
Gelatin powder
10 g (for soft gummies) / 15 g (for hard gummies)

Steps

1. Put water (this time, I used milk) in a bowl, sprinkle the gelatin and mix together well. If using the type of gelatin that needs to be softened in water, soak it for about 5 minutes.
2. Put the bowl you prepared in Step 1 in the microwave for 20 seconds and once the gelatin has dissolved, add jam and lemon juice and mix in well. Microwave the bowl again for another 20-30 seconds.
3. Pour the mixture into a container or mold greased with vegetable oil and chill until hardened. Cut the gummies into whatever sizes you like and it's done. *You could cut out shapes with a cookie cutter.
4. [If using juice] Mix sugar into the juice and sprinkle gelatin. Once the gelatin has softened, microwave for 30 seconds, then pour into the mold.

Story Behind this Recipe

I made these for my son who wants to buy gummies every time we go to the supermarket.
After we finished eating store-bought gummies, I made these in the same shape as the ones we always buy. I don't think he's noticed yet (hehe).