Wednesday, April 3, 2013

How to Make 100% Fresh Strawberry Gummy Jelly - Video Recipe

Very healthy and refreshing sweet treat :)

By making this for a few times, I realized that it is impossible to make elastic gummy candies (like store-bought ones) using fruit juice with TOO MUCH PULP X( Anyhow, they were great and addictive. But sorry these are not gummy candies but maybe gummy jelly?! :3 If you want to make elastic gummy candies, please use regular transparent juice with no pulp. Clear apple juice works great!!! I think I was too greedy using fresh strawberries. haha

100% Strawberry Gummy Jelly

Difficulty: Very Easy
Time: 1hr (incl. cooling time)
Number of servings: N/A

Necessary Equipment:
blender / mixer
ice cube tray or candy mold, silicone is better

150g strawberries
4 tbsp. sugar or sugar substitute
2 tbsp. water
30g (1.0oz.) unflavored gelatin powder
90ml water

1. Lightly coat an ice cube tray or a candy mold with cooking oil.
2. Place A in a blender / mixer and process until smooth.
3. Put B in a small bowl. Place it over a bowl of hot water and stir until gelatin dissolves. *You can microwave for 30 seconds or so to dissolve the gelatin.
4. Place the strawberry mixture in a small saucepan over medium heat. When the mixture begins to simmer, stop the heat, add the gelatin mixture, and
continue stirring until gelatin completely dissolves.
5. Pour into the prepared tray and put in the fridge for about 30 minutes until completely set.

Unlike regular gummies, you must keep them in the fridge or they get soft…

If you want to use fruit juice, heat 240ml fruit juice. Then mix 4 tbsp. sugar and 30g gelatin.


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  1. Hi Ochikeron San!

    I'm so glad i found your blog! Another food blog that I read posted your japanese strawberry sponge cake recipe and I followed her link to find your video and subsequently here. I am orginally from Singapore but I now live in Perth where my husband is from. We used to live in Yokohama and I love everything about Japan!! Anyway, just want to say I love your blog and will be trying out some of your recipes in future. If I do use them, I will credit your link in my blog. Cheers Cindy xx

  2. thank you cindy!

    i used to live in yokohama, too :)

  3. Ochi this looks sooooo delicious and something many girls will like hahahaha You think of the most creative things ~

  4. Ochikeron, I love your videos and recipes! So kawaii and inspiring :) I've tried several of your recipes and they all turn out perfect. I just made this and the texture is great but I can taste the gelatin flavour. Is that normal?


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