But these gummy bears offer more than just low-sugar snacking. They offer fiber (24 g from tapioca and chicory, not corn) and protein (5 g) as well. They are naturally flavored and contain no gluten or GMOs. These gummy bears are more like Haribo in consistency. They are firmer than the Albanese brand.
So if you were to consider an entire batch 1 serving (which I don't suggest), that means 2 grams of sugar compared to 18 grams of sugar in only 17 regular Harbiro Gummy Bears. If you're looking for a completely sugar free gummy bear, try using Crystal Light packets.
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There are these Albanese Sugar Free Gummy Bears that you can try. We haven't tried these, but they are the most popular sugar free gummy bears we have seen, according to reviews. Again, these gummies contain maltitol, but there is absolutely no sugar. When we say they contain maltitol, we are talking 18g of maltitol per 8 piece serving!
To make the gummy bears you'll need sugar free Jello (I chose strawberry, peach and lemon – yum!), some sachets of powdered unflavored gelatin (Knox or similar), and water.
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