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    • Diabetic Gummy Worms!

      Make Your Own Sugar Free Gummy Worms Want a fun sugar free snack for the kids? These yummy little sugar-free gummy worms are just the thing . . .

      1 large package or 2 small packages Sugar Free Jell-O
      1 package unsweetened Kool-Aid in comparable flavor (i.e. orange jello,
      orange kool-aid)
      2 packages Knox uavored gelatin (same section as regular jello)
      1 cup hot water

      Mix all ingredients together. Pour thinly (about 1/4") onto glass plates or glass lasagna pan lying flat either on a kitchen counter or in the refrigerator. Alternatively, if you'd like them to have ridges you can pour the mixture into twisty straws, but they are a bit harder to pop out!

      In 30 minutes, cut into strips. Diabetic Gummy Worms!

      submitted by Jennifer

      © Can Stock Photo Inc. / HugoFelix
      Comments 3 Comments
      1. HaleighBaleigh's Avatar
        I bet you could make these with stevia or (Truvia) instead also to make them healthier. instead of the jello just use the same amount of koolaid and extra gelatin. I will have to try this for my Father in law who is diabetic!
      1. luckwo's Avatar
        lol this is wonderful my nephew is diabetic. Now he wont be left out when the others get gummies.
      1. Scruff's Avatar
        These are very tasty...I just cut them into small squares, I could care less about them being in worm shapes...

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