These raspberry chocolate gummy bears are the perfect Valentine’s day treat! They are sweet, chewy and free of sugars, carbs and preservatives! Keto, low-carb, Paleo.
Looking for a delicious Valentine’s treat?
Heart-shaped gummy bears are SO perfect for Valentine’s Day, am I right? I never thought I would really use the heart-shaped mold when I bought them, but it turns out that they are just so perfect for this time of year, I could not refuse!
I’m also a huge fan of the combination of chocolate and raspberry, and really, what could be more perfect for this love-centered day?
If I’m being honest, I ate all these delicious, chewy treats pretty far in advance of Valentine’s Day, so I definitely owe some more to Shane once February 14th rolls around.
So if you’re looking for something delicious (and also keto and sugar-free) for your significant other, then you definitely need to make some of these raspberry chocolate gummy bears. They’re SO simple to make, I promise!
Once you grab your gummy bear mold, all you need to do is create the two mixtures, chocolate and raspberry.
For the chocolate mixture, you’ll need hot water, gelatin, stevia drops and cocoa powder. Mix ’em all together until you form a nice mixture without clumps. Add more stevia until you are happy with the sweetness.
Pour the mixture into half of the gummy mold slots. If you want some gummies to have both raspberry and chocolate, only fill some molds up half way. I really like the dropper that came with my gummy molds, it gives much finer control over pouring the mixture.
Place the molds on a tray, and place into the fridge while you prepare the second mixture.
For the raspberry mixture, you’ll want to mix hot water with fresh (or frozen) raspberries. It’s best to thaw out your frozen raspberries ahead of time, so you don’t cool down the liquid.
Mash the raspberries, then strain out the seeds if you want. Make sure your mixture is hot after you have strained the seeds. If it’s no longer warm, pop it into the microwave before adding in your gelatin. The warmer the water, the better the gelatin will dissolve.
Add in stevia drops to taste and mix. Take gummy bear molds out of the fridge, and add the raspberry mixture to the remaining slots. Return to the fridge until hardened, approximately 15-20 minutes.
Move to an air-tight container once hardened. They will store in the fridge up to one week (but I promise they won’t last that long!)
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