Posted 26 March 2012 - 02:55 PM
you'll need: jello, gelatin ,pot, measuring cup and of-course water.
1. In a pot, mix gelatin(around 8grams) with water(1/2 cup).
2. mix in jello (around 80 grams).
3. Put the pot on the stove and slowly mix and get it warm, not boiling but little steamy.
4. grind your magics to fine dust.
5. pour into your mold of choice and add as much magic as you need to each mold.
6. Place mold into fridge, let cool.
7. When they're ready(10-20 mins) take out and enjoi!
__Now you can either weigh set amount of ground powder into each treat and mix it in OR simply steep 1/2 cup water with mushrooms let cool and use for your mixing water(like mushroom tea only without the tea). I put set amount into each treat so you know what your getting. Using the mushroom water may add uneven amount of potency to each treat.
Theses gummy's also don't need to be refrigerated they can stay out for day or 2 without melting or having anything bad happening for longer storage i suggest the fridge tho.
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Posted 27 March 2012 - 12:28 AM
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Posted 17 December 2013 - 01:21 AM
Now this is a very interesting recipe for magic mushrooms. thanks for sharing.. I may have to try it out myself.
Posted 07 May 2014 - 06:27 PM
This is the shit it brings a whole new meaning to the gummy bears cartoon. Busting this out asap.
Posted 18 May 2014 - 07:39 PM
I made my first round of Magic gummies and they rock. I also made a batch with 100 proof vodka in place of the H2O just for kicks. Going to test run the that batch at a camp out this weekend. I found Jello jiggler molds @ my local wally world and followed the OP's directions it made 7 bad-ass gummies.
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Posted 01 June 2014 - 04:01 PM
they're just grape jello sidestreet so they look really dark.
also one could make two colors and pour on ontop of the other to make it multi-colored . i guess you could do this is with 1-4 colors depending on the mold size.
Posted 20 April 2015 - 01:39 PM
For sour gummies, add ascorbic acid (very sour) or citric acid (vitamin C) to the hot dissolved jello, or Mix granulated sugar to one of the above acids about 50/50 and sprinkle on the candies before they're fully set up. (still sticky enough for the powder to stick.)
Using more jello and less powdered gelatin will also increase the sour taste.
Silicone candy molds work well, or the 2 1/2 inch cupcake tins, with paper or foil liners.
For the citric acid/ vitamin C you can buy the powder at most vitamin shops or health-food stores, or you can just crush up some vitamin C tablets.