How to make vodka gummi bears

You probably already heard you can turn gummi bears into alcoholic delights by soaking them in vodka for a few days. If you want more details than that, or you've already tried this experiment and it didn't work so well, this site tested a method that worked and posted a how-to with lots of pictures. (Turns out you can do this with sugar-free gummis, too!)

The how-to part of this is pretty simple, so I decided to make things a little more interesting. In addition to regular vodka gummi bears, I made vodka sugar-free gummi bears, vodka gummi worms (purely to see if they turned out any cooler looking than the bears) and vodka Red Fish (these were disgusting, but in the interest of science I will share my mistakes as well as my triumphs).


From the Upcoming ueue, submitted by peacefulexplorer.

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This works with pretty much any sweetie or anything else you might care to try for that matter! It also works very well, if not better, with Schnapps instead of vodka.
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That sounds yummy, Mektoub. We have a friend in Finland that brings us really peppery licorice that we crush and put in our vodka. It looks like swamp water but if you like licorice, it's divine.
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An alternate recipe idea, put some tofee in a vodka bottle and leave It for a week.
It works really great with the tagada strawberry candies, but I assume it's feasible with marshmallows too.
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