Making sugar-free licorice at home was never any easier. Allulose comes to the rescue to deliver the perfect level of sweetness without sucrose. With our massive catalog of Flavor Drops, you can create almost any flavor, from the classic black licorice, to cherry, to cotton candy, and even root beer, your licorice will stand out above the crowd.
- Heavy Bottom Pot
- Silicone Molds
Active Time: 15 Minutes
Total Time: 1 Hour
20-30 Pieces, Depending on Size
Bloom and Melt GelatinChoose your flavor and color.In a bowl add the water and bloom the sheets of gelatin for 5 minutes or until completely softened. Be sure to separate sheets of gelatin before blooming.Place the gelatin and water in a heavy bottom pot and begin heating over low heat until the gelatin has melted.
Add Allulose and FlavorAdd the allulose and stir until dissolved.Add the salt, flavor drops, and food coloring to the melted gelatin mixture.Mix until fully combined.
Add FlourBring this to a boil over medium heat and then remove from heat and add the sifted flour. Stir the flour until combined.Return this to medium heat and cook until it begins to bubble. Stir continuously so it does not scorch to the bottom of the pan.
Mold, Cool, Cut, and ServeOnce heated, pour this into a silicone mold and allow it to set for 1 hour in an ice bath.Remove it from the mold and cut into desired shapes.Allow the finished licorice to dry for 24 hours to prevent sticking.The finished candy can be stored in air tight containers for up to a month.