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Then, pour it onto a cookie sheet and let it set. I put it in the fridge for a few hours. It looks so marble-y and cool. :)
After it set, I took it out, took a picture of how neat it looked and then cut it up.
Then I ate it and tried to choke it down. Ok, that might be a slight exaggeration, but it wasn't very good.
In fact, it was so not good, that my son asked for more...but not to eat - just to line up in the cupboard for fun...hmmm...at least they weren't sticky (or at least didn't leave any stickiness) like the processed gummies you get at the store...and now for your viewing pleasure, my son's idea of something fun to do with the gummies.
I guess we will try to a different version sometime, because this was no good. It may have been good if it was what I was expecting, but the consistency wasn't right. I may make them in the future as jello...because they may be good like that, but calling these gummies (although jello is a tad gummy) is false advertising, in my opinion.