Vodka Gummy Bears
We tried three different types of alcohol apple vodka coconut rum and watermelon vodka.
Vodka gummy bears. Tip the gummy bears into a bowl. Gummy bears or worms sugar free or regular. Put bears in fridge stir occasionally to keep them from forming into a giant glob. Then pour vodka into the bowl stopping when the gummy bears are completely submerged in the liquid.
See more ideas about gummy bears vodka gummy bears fun drinks. How to make vodka gummy bears. Put vodka in to the line where the bears stop. Stir every now and then as they can stick together.
Let this sit for five days stirring a couple of times each day. Nov 25 2018 explore chakeythe balkas board vodka gummy bears followed by 169 people on pinterest. I put the bearswormsfish into the glass dishes. This past weekend i hosted a bachelorette party for my very best friend who is.
Give your newly introduced gummi bears and vodka a stir and replace the lid. Gummy bears will absorb alcohol 5. Its so easy and the bears come out a little more firm and less slimy too. The method we chose to try was soaking the gummy bears and worms for about 24 hours.
You had to pour vodka into a bowl of bears cover the bowl and put it in the refrigerator for days up to a week. Perfect for jell o shots. To make vodka gummy bears empty a bag of gummy bears into a medium sized bowl. Sit uncovered at room temperature for 7 hours until the gummy bears have fully absorbed the vodka.
Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and place it in the refrigerator for at least 2 days so the bears can soak up the vodka. These are best served. Pour in just enough vodka to cover the gummy bears. The old method for making vodka gummy bears took days.
Place the whole tub into the fridge. Basically pour the vodka into the packed bears until the alcohol barely peeks over the top. We poured the alcohol over the gummy candy until it was completely immersed. This new method takes less than a day and the gummy bears get much bigger.
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