Wine Gummy Recipe

Delicious wine gummy recipe made with Rosé

A wine gummy recipe made with Rosé! I actually searched for a recipe but couldn’t find one that tasted good and like wine! I decided to make my own based on my gummy recipe! I LOVED how they turned out! Talk about a fun treat for a bridal shower! They are so easy to make and you can use your favorite brand of Rosé.

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How do you make wine gummies

  1. Mix together your wine of choice, sugar and citric acid (optional) Citric acid gives the gummies that “bite” that is typical of eating a fruity candy.
  2. Slowly sprinkle in your gelatin one teaspoon at a time, mixing in between additions to prevent lumps
  3. Microwave for 30 seconds, stir with a spoon, then 15-second increments until the gelatin is melted and no grains remain. 
  4. Let the mixture sit for minutes, then scoop off the foam with a spoon and discard.
  5. Pour your mixture into molds of your choice and refrigerate. They will be set up after a few hours but taste chewier after two days. 
  6. Make sure you remove the gummies from the mold when they are cold. If you have problems with them coming out cleanly you can freeze them to remove them. 

how to make wine gummies

Can you get drunk off of a wine gummy?

In theory, if you ate a WHOLE lot of wine gummies you could definitely get drunk. You’d probably get sick to your stomach first though because of all the sugar. It is important to know that these wine gummies are made with REAL alcoholic wine so they aren’t good for kiddos. 

Think of a Rosé wine gummy as more of a fun treat! Great for a dessert bar, wedding or other festive parties for wine lovers! 

wine gummy recipe

What kind of wine is best for a wine gummy recipe?

So this is a tricky question. It just depends on the wine you like! I used a Rosé from New Seasons because that’s what I found that looked good but if there is a brand you prefer, I say use that one! The better the wine, the better the wine gummy will taste!

Still not sure which wine to buy? Check out this list of the best Rosé of 2019 for some suggestions. 

You can also use other types of wine like red wine, white wine, prosecco or champagne! 

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How do you make wine gummy bears?

I recently read that people were on this crazy waiting list to purchase Rosé gummy bears. They are super cute and imported from Germany. I mean… the Rosé all day train has arrived and the people have demands lol! But you can truly make your own without the wait. 

rose wine gummy bears in a glass bowl

Just pour your gummy mixture into a gummy bear mold. It might be less messy if you use an eye dropper. I liked this gummy bear mold because it’s bigger than the standard gummy bear mold. Each bear is about 1″ tall. Made of food-safe silicone and comes with droppers! Score!

 

Recipe

Wine Gummy Recipe

wine gummy recipe
Make your own delicious Rosé gummy candies! They are super easy to make and the best part is you can use your favorite brand of Rosé!
Servings: 16 oz

Ingredients

Rosé Wine Gummy Ingredients

  • 12 oz Wine You can also use red, white, or champagne
  • 4 packs gelatin (Knox brand)
  • 4 oz sugar or honey
  • 4 oz corn syrup
  • 1/4 tsp citric acid optional

Instructions

  • Mix together your wine and sugar in a large measuring cup
  • Slowly sprinkle in your gelatin 1 tsp at a time, mixing in between additions. Don't just dump it all in. Let it bloom for 5 minutes.
  • Melt the gelatin in your microwave for 30 seconds and stir with a spoon (not a whisk). Then 15 second increments until the gelatin is dissolved and isn't grainy anymore.
  • Let the mixture sit for 5 minutes and allow the foam to rise to the surface. Scoop the gelatin off the surface with a spoon.
  • Add in your corn syrup and stir
  • Add a tiny drop of electric pink to 1/4 tsp of water and add to the gelatin mixture if the gelatin looks too orange like mine did.
  • Pour gelatin Rosé into molds. I used sphere molds but you could definitely use gummy bear molds if you prefer.
  • Your gummies will be ready in a few hours but they are gummier texture after two days.

Nutrition

Calories: 58kcal | Carbohydrates: 13g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Sodium: 6mg | Potassium: 6mg | Sugar: 13g | Calcium: 2mg
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: beer gummy
Calories: 58kcal

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17 comments on “Wine Gummy Recipe

  1. Cannot wait to try the Wine gummies, but looking forward to seeing how you make the No Fault cake with wine gummy layer!!! Any time scheduled for that posting?

      1. Coul you tell me where i can find your post? Please

  2. Looking forward to the recipe for the No fault line cake!!

  3. 5 stars
    Can you do the same thing with other Liquor such as whiskey, vodka, tequila etc?

    1. Yes you can, think Jell-o shots! mmmmmm! I would cut the hard alcohol with a mixer though, otherwise it might be too strong of a flavor

  4. 5 stars
    Okay Liz, I haven’t ordered from you for a couple years but now I want your molds for the bubbles. It will be perfect for my daughters birthday in September. I’m having a difficult time finding them for some reason. Please, is it too much to get the link? Thank you for all you do. 🥰

    1. I know you said Amazon but I thought I saw the purple mold from your website.

    2. 5 stars
      I know you said Amazon but I thought I saw the purple mold from your website.

  5. Tried this out but the gummies melted away after some minutes when I let them sit outside the freezer…it’s there sometsomething I can do to prevent it melting again?

  6. I apologize earlier asking about a vegetarian version…. It would help if I read the whole writeup. I’m sorry!! Here’s a better question. How do you get a perfect bubble? The molds I’m finding are not round. They’ll have a flat edge. In the picture, someone is holding a complete circle gummy. Thank you for your time.

    1. I’m using sphere molds from Chicago school of mold making but they are really expensive. You can also find sphere ice molds that work just as well that are less expensive and are round.

  7. Hi, how long at room temperature before these melt? Am asking as I would like to use them to decorate cakes.

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