Lego Fruit Snacks ( How to make Sour Gummies)

Make Your own sour gummy fruit snacks. A fun craft and so easy to make.

My kids love fruit snacks and legos. A few weeks one of my favorite blogs Six Sisters Stuff made homemade gummies!  OK seriously these chicks are genius, but hey 6 brains are better than 1 that’s all I’m saying. When I saw them I immediately thought LEGO FRUIT SNACKS!

Sour Lego Gummy Men so easy and my kids loved it #gummies #lego #jello

When we vacationed in San Deigo, California we went to Lego Land. In the gift shop I came across this awesome mini ice mold in the shape of Lego characters how cool is that! You can also purchase these at your local Lego Store or online at Amazon.

Sour Lego Gummy Men so easy and my kids loved it #gummies #lego #jello
I thought I would try the recipe with sugar free jello. It took about 3 boxes. To my surprise they turned out like sour patch kids candy. The boys loved them! You can roll them in sugar if you want after you pop them out of the mold.   They are sure to make you pucker. I don’t know what it is that makes biting off a Lego mans head fun, but it is.
 
Sour Lego Gummy Men so easy and my kids loved it #gummies #lego #jello

If you would prefer sweet over sour please visit the Six Sisters for their recipe! I hope you enjoy making these Lego fruit snacks for your kids they are fun and yummy. Don’t worry you can steal a few for yourself too!

 
Lego Fruit Snacks ( How to make Sour Gummies)
 
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Ingredients
  • 3 oz Sugar Free gelatin - Flavor of your choice
  • 2 (.25 oz) envelopes unflavored gelatin
  • ⅓ c. water
Instructions
  1. Mix the water and gelatin with a wire whisk.
  2. Put on medium heat and continue to stir until well mixed and it is like paste.
  3. Spoon into molds and put in fridge for about 5 -10 minutes.
  4. Pop out and enjoy

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Comments

  1. says

    Oh my gosh you are so right these are freakin' awesome!Aloha,Just wanted to say thanks to ya for linking up with us and being part of our sweet gathering with friends. My goodness you sure do make it sweeter by your being with us for this weekly link up. Happy Everyday,Nicolelocalsugarhawaii.comOoh and of course I'm now following your awesomeness. =)

  2. says

    These are so stinkin' cute! I have that ice tray and we love it. We just had a huge Lego birthday party for my son. We should have made these too! Thanks! Here's a link to our Lego party if you are interested =o)http://makingmemorieswithyourkids.blogspot.com/2012/07/lego-birthday-party-extravaganza.html

  3. says

    Kelley, SO COOL! I also saw these at The Lego Store just the other day! We are still in Duplo stage but I might need to go get one to make these! :) If case your readers can't go to Lego Land, you can let them know they can order them online or buy the molds at Lego Stores! :) Thanks for linking up at Saturday Show & Tell today! :) Mackenzie cheeriosandlattes.com

  4. says

    Kelley, these are awesome! As a mom of Lego lovers, I think I must invest in these molds. How cute! And BTW, your pictures look just fine! Thanks for linking up at The Southern Institute this week. I'm pinning these. :)

  5. says

    Um, this is AWESOME. My latest fave thing has been gummies in my lunch. Yeah, not for my kids, but for me. The trouble is finding any that aren't laden with sugar or flavors I don't care for. Not to mention I collect those cute ice cube trays, I have ALL SORTS of shapes! I can't wait to try this! If you have a minute I'd love for you to link up at Sweet Sharing Monday! http://saynotsweetanne.com/2012/sweet-sharing-mon

  6. says

    Awesome! I think I need to order that Lego man mold asap! My kids would LOVE Lego fruit snacks! Thanks for sharing! :)

  7. says

    That is the cutest ice cube mold…my boys would flip out for it!!! Thank you so much for sharing:-)

  8. says

    How cool is that!!! I LOVE sour candy!!Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!

  9. says

    I am so excited and am wondering why on earth this hasn't occurred to me! I have these molds from my sons bday party and haven't used them since!! I am going to do this ASAP!

  10. says

    I am so excited and am wondering why on earth this hasn’t occurred to me! I have these molds from my sons bday party and haven’t used them since!! I am going to do this ASAP!

  11. says

    Totally feel for you. Last week, just before Where Bloggers Create party, my computer was having all sorts of issues so I had to use my phone for pics, too. Your pic looks great. I am a huge jello fan, and in fact, my family pretty much expects a new jello creation every family get-together. I LOVE this lego mold and using it for jello. I do the same thing. IKEA comes out with interesting ice molds on a regular basis. Have fun. Thanks so much for sharing.

  12. says

    I just commented, but I think I closed the page before I pushed publish! I have all girls, but I'm excited to try this with a girly ice cube tray! Thanks so much for linking up at One Creative Weekend!

  13. says

    This is seriously the coolest thing ever! Thanks for sharing!

  14. says

    Wow what a fabulous idea and perfect for a Lego party. Thanks for sharing.

  15. says

    These look so cool! Thank you for posting on Saturday Show and Tell. I hope you'll be back this week.-Mackenziehttp://www.cheeriosandlattes.com

  16. says

    Wow! What a great idea! We bought one of those molds to make little candy lego guys for the top of the cakes at my kids' b-day party. My hubby was having a hard time justifying buying that mold for just one party, so now I will have to make these and show him the mold wasn't a *total* waste of money. Ha ha! Thanks for sharing! :)

  17. says

    Wow! What a great idea! We bought one of those molds to make little candy lego guys for the top of the cakes at my kids’ b-day party. My hubby was having a hard time justifying buying that mold for just one party, so now I will have to make these and show him the mold wasn’t a *total* waste of money. Ha ha! Thanks for sharing! :)

  18. says

    This is the coolest idea ever! My nephews would love me forever :) newest follower!

  19. says

    SO stinkin' cute … my Lego lovin' 9 year old would LOVE these! Thanks for sharing them at the {what's shakin'} link party this week!!

  20. says

    SO stinkin’ cute … my Lego lovin’ 9 year old would LOVE these! Thanks for sharing them at the {what’s shakin’} link party this week!!

  21. says

    My nephew would so love this. I found this via Simple Living with Diane Balch. I linked in a spicy and crunchy coleslaw. Cheers.

  22. says

    Thanks and I have to say I am pretty impressed with my new phone, so glad my son dropped water on my other one :)

  23. says

    It looks awesome. I am stopping by from Cheerios and Lattes and am a new follower. Hope to see you at True Aim! Thanks for sharing!

  24. says

    Really neat looking. Perfect for the lego lover. Thanks for sharing it on foodie friday.

  25. says

    Pinning this via Handy Andy party…….have a wonderful weekend : )Deana @ CountryMommaCooks

  26. says

    Too cool; what a great idea! I think the possibilities for what you could do with the molds is endless! I saw on Pinterest where someone made soap in one of them! These look totally fun…might have to make some of them for the party too! Thanks for sharing the link with me. :) Have a great week!

    • says

      Thanks! Check out my facebook page and see where One Crafy Mama made crayons for a party with them, loved that too!

  27. says

    Those are just fun! Any Star Wars fan will love them!

  28. says

    I meant Legos not Star Wars! I must have had a brain twist. Can you correct it please? Thanks.

    • says

      LOL I wish I could but could not figure out on Blogger how to do that, so I published both, listen my head is always going faster than my fingers or my mouth so I totally get it!

  29. says

    LOL I wish I could but could not figure out on Blogger how to do that, so I published both, listen my head is always going faster than my fingers or my mouth so I totally get it!

  30. says

    I like this lego idea. We have molds that look like lego bricks and I made colored chocolates for on top of my son's cupcakes for his birthday and ice cubes. I am going to try the gelating idea.

  31. says

    So weird question, are these like jell-o jigglers or like the chewy fruit snacks you get at the store? My boys are fruit snack obsessed.

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