Soft Sugar Free Jelly Sweets

I made these Soft Sugar Free Jelly Sweets for the I Made It Challenge.

When Tami set the challenge this month for I Made It I was really worried. Even though I have a sweet tooth, I am not a sweetie person. I love chocolate and when it comes to sweets the only thing I eat are jelly beans, wine gums and licourice. I have never tried a jube jube (as we call them here) so I have no idea as to what they taste like. I know they are fairly firm but the ones I made did not turn out quite like that. Sugar free candies are very difficult to make and I have little success in getting them right. But I was not going to let that fact affect me when it came to making jelly jubes and taking part in this challenge. I had intentions of rolling my jelly sweets in lavender scented fructose but as soon as I dipped them into the fructose they melted. It was quite weird watching that happen. All of this took place on the same day I was having a less than successful attempt at making my Freshly Blogged challenge and I nearly gave up. But a good night’s sleep and a fresh approach and I have a lime and basil infused soft sugar free jelly sweet to share with you. If I had the time I would have tried it once more, adding a little bit more gelatine to get a hard set – but that is a challenge for another time.

Soft Sugar Free Jelly Sweets

Soft Sugar Free Jelly Sweets

Soft Sugar Free Jelly Sweets

Course: Sweets
Author: an original recipe from Lavender and Lime

Ingredients

  • 10 g sugar free jelly powder – I used lime flavour
  • 250 mls boiling water
  • 10 g powdered gelatine
  • 200 mls flavoured water – I infused mine with limes and basil leaves
  • Desiccated coconut for rolling

Instructions

  • Place the jelly powder into a jug and stir in the boiling water
  • Once the jelly has dissolved add the gelatine and stir
  • Once the gelatine has dissolved add the flavoured water
  • Pour into moulds or into a baking tin
  • Leave to set overnight in the fridge
  • Turn out the moulds or cut the jelly into shapes using a cookie cutter
  • Roll each sweet in the desiccated coconut

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What I blogged:


Other posts for the challenge:

"I Made It"

© I Made It

Rumtumtiggs – jelly jube sweets

Chef Angeliqueca – rose liqueur gumdrops

Lavender and Lime Signature

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  1. I think my niece and nephew would get a kick out of me making this for them. I LOVE this Tandy. Thank you so much for the recipe

  2. Wow, this is great!! I am impressed with you and Tami to tackle something so complicated!!

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