*** Do not use MCT or Ethanol tincture, it will not work, trust me ***
5g noids distillate
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Melt distillate into above amounts of liquid sunflower lechithin and coconut oil. You should end up with 10mls of the noid/co/lsl mix. Set aside, keep warm.
Bloom gelatin in 1/4 cup water:
If you don't know how to bloom gelatin, tldr: 1/4 cup COLD water in a shallow pan, sprinkle a layer of gelatin powder over the surface, let it get soaked, and mix in. Add another layer, let it saturate mix. Avoid clumps. Just repeat this until all 4.5tsp are bloomed, you'll have a sticky, room temp paste. Set aside.
Bring the flavored (85g) jello and other 1/4 cup water up to temp on stove, slowly pouring in the jello mix and stirring to avoid clumps. Don't get it very hot, it doesn't need to be bubbling.
I use a temperature probe and I don't exceed 130-140f
Now once you have your jello fully heated and dissolved into the 1/4 cup water, it's time to mix.
Pour in noids, and slowly integrate bloomed gelatin.
Combine everything and stir gently (I use a silicone spatula to sort of mix and fold it together) until blended well over heat.
DO NOT BRING TO A BOIL. YOU WILL HAVE A BAD TIME.
Once blended and smooth and hot, draw up into a large pipette, or syringe and pipe into molds. Set in fridge, and they're ready to unmold in about 15 min.
Pop them out of the molds, and lay them flat on a pan lined with wax paper. Put them in the fridge and let them cure for half a day. Then you can put them in a Tupperware.
This recipe made me approx. 75 gummy squares and since we used 4g of distillate, with a little math, we have our dose per gummy.
4000÷75 = 53.3mg per piece.
My molds hold 2ml
You can add or subtract a 1/2 tsp of gelatin if you want them firmer or softer, but this recipe I think is bang on where it needs to be.
Below is pictured some gummies made by a third party using this recipe:
That's it! It really is quite easy, and once you get the hang of it after 1 or 2 times, it is actually a lot of fun. My wife and I make them together. Enjoy you guys! 😋
P.S. If you use this recipe, post pics of your results in the comments, that way we can get a body of information going. Thanks! Stay lifted!