How to Melt Gummy Bears

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How to Melt Gummy Bears
Gummy bears come in a variety of colours and flavours. (gummy bears image by studio vision 1 from

Gummy bears are small, squishy multicoloured candies that have been a favourite treat of both children and adults for years. Gummy bears can be eaten either by themselves or used as part of a dessert. They are a popular topping for ice cream and melted gummy bears can be baked into cookies and cakes or poured over a dessert. Melted down gummy bears can add a fun and unique touch to a dessert or celebration.

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Things you need

  • Gummy Bears
  • Microwave
  • Microwave safe bowl

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  1. 1

    Determine how many gummy bears you want to melt. If you are following a recipe, the amount should be listed, otherwise, you can estimate. Find a large, microwave safe bowl or container that will hold all the gummy bears easily with no risk of spilling. Note: Gummy bear liquid will reharden fairly quickly, so for best results you should be prepared to use gummy liquid as soon as it becomes a liquid. If you need to prepare a dish or dessert for the gummy bears to go on, you should do it prior to or during the melting process.

  2. 2

    Place the gummy bears in bowl. Place bowl in microwave.

  3. 3

    Set microwave to half power. This will help your gummy bears melt evenly. Turn microwave on for 5 minutes.

  4. 4

    Check gummy bears to see how melted they are. If they have not completely melted, return them to the microwave for another 5 minutes. Continue doing this until gummy bears have completely melted. Use melted gummy bears as desired.

Tips and warnings

  • If you do not want all the flavours to mix together or want to maintain a single colour for your melted gummy liquid, sort your gummy bears by colour prior to melting them. Do not allow the different colours to melt together if you want your liquid to be a certain colour.
  • Use normal cooking safety precautions while performing this task.

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