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Dear Readers and Friends, I love you.  I’ve got a hard-in-the-paint sugar free gluten free candy recipe to share with you today.

Home-Made Gum Drops!

Ingredients:

-1 Cup Truvia

-1 1/2 Cup Natural No Sugar Added Apple Sauce

-.6 oz package of Sugar Free Jell-o

-2 envelopes unflavored gelatin

-1 tsp lemon juice

1.  Coat a 9×13 baking dish with cooking spray, and put in fridge.

2.  Combine all ingredients.  Let sit for 1 minute.

3.  Bring to a boil for 1 min, then put in chilled pan.

4.  After it’s set (2-3 hrs) loosen the edges with spatula and pry out.

Gluten Free Sugar Free Treat

5. Put it on foil with Truvia sprinkled on it.

Gluten Free Sugar Free Treat6.  Use cookie cutters to make shapes.

Gluten Free Sugar Free Treat

7.  Roll in Truvia to coat it all over.  Let it sit over night.

Gluten Free Sugar Free Treat

Gluten Free Sugar Free TreatAnd there you have it.  Home made gum drops.  AND they taste good.  Win win.

xoxo

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  • Emma (Broke Ass Home)

    a.) I love you
    b.) Those look yummy.

    • Kenz

      I love you too! And they ARE so yummy!

  • http://twitter.com/sssspaige sssspaige

    I saw that recipe on pinterest! I think I’m too late to make them for v-day but they look good enough to make any other time! yum :)

    • Kenz

      You could make them any time you want. I had to change a few little things with the pinterest recipe to make it sugar-free friendly. But they definitely taste yummy.

  • http://twitter.com/SandpaperGlue Stephanie

    that picture is PERFECT.

    • Kenz

      I’m glad you like it. I was so worried I wasn’t going to be able to post it today because of my internet. Happy Valentimes :)

  • Amber @ Wills Casa

    Woah! Very cool! I’ll expect mine in the mail soon! ;)

    • Kenz

      K I’ll send some your way. They smell delicious too!

      • Katja @ Shift Ctrl ART

        Oooooo…. then my address is…. :)

  • Katja @ Shift Ctrl ART

    This is fantastic! They look terrific! Pinned! What a great idea!

    • Kenz

      You should definitely try it out. It wasn’t hard at all :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/twardhackett Tracy Hackett

    do you find a bitter after taste with the Truvia?

    • Kenz

      I didn’t. But that’s because i LOVE Truvia. I can’t have sugar, and I don’t really remember what it tastes like. I’m sure if you’re used to having sugar it would taste a little different. You could use whatever sugar/sweetener you want for that part. I know the taste of Truvia isn’t for everyone.

      • http://www.facebook.com/twardhackett Tracy Hackett

        Thanks, I am looking to move to Steiva or a blend of such but have heard there is a bitter after taste…I am going to give the Truvia a try if they sell it here in Canada

        • CrowderSoup

          Stevia DOES have a bitter after-taste, Truvia does not :)

        • Gretchen

          Truvia is erythritol and stevia, I believe, which, IME, work beautifully together. Recipe looks great, Kenz–must try it!

          • Kenz

            Hmm interesting! I did not know that. I know I just like Truvia :) Let me know how it works out for you!

  • Maureen

    I love Sweet Brown! Your picture made my day…Happy Valentine’s Day!

    • Kenz

      Sweet Brown is such a ray of sunshine :) Happy valentine’s to you Maureen!