Red Wine Gummies Recipe – Only 3 Ingredients

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wine gummies caught my eye on Pinterest. I traced them back to this fabulous blog, ThriveStyle, where she not only lists the recipe but also explains the health benefits of gelatin.

I knew I had to make some gummies immediately. Someone creates an adult gummy; you recreate it swiftly, am I right? This post contains affiliate links.

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How to Make Red wine Gummies for Adults

Since I am impatient and didn’t have the exact ingredients, I modified the recipe a bit.

With only three ingredients, I was still able to whip up some super tasty red wine gummies in minutes.

I used the raw honey that I had just received from the Savannah Bee Company.

Heart gummies in a serving dish

Tiny serving set is from LTD Commodities.

Red wine gummies in various shapes and sizes

I suggest ordering mini cookie cutters. I ordered a massive tub of assorted cookie cutters, and they are the size of my palm.

You definitely don’t want your gummies that large.

They are adult fruit snacks with real booze and should be eaten responsibly.

In these pictures, I used a mini heart mold, but they were quite tricky to remove without tearing the gummies.

The wine that I used was pretty dry, and I probably could have added a bit of sweetener.

But, they taste like wine, and that’s what you want, right? This isn’t like eating gummy bears.

Yield: 30 gummies

Red Wine Gummies Recipe

Red Wine Gummies Recipe - Only 3 Ingredients

Easy red wine gummies made with only 3 ingredients!

Prep Time 20 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 cup dark red wine
  • 4 Tbsp unflavored gelatin
  • 2 1/2 Tbsp raw honey

Instructions

  1. Add wine and honey to a pan and heat on low.
  2. Whisk the wine and honey together.
  3. Add the gelatin in one Tbsp at a time, making sure it's dissolved before adding more.
  4. Keep the heat on low the whole time. You don't want the wine to boil. The heat is solely to dissolve and properly mix all the ingredients.
  5. Pour mixture into a shallow pan and chill in the refrigerator. It doesn't take long to set into a gummy-like texture. You can then cut into squares, or use a cookie cutter to create shapes.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

30

Serving Size:

1 gummy

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 15Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 2mgCarbohydrates: 2gFiber: 0gSugar: 1gProtein: 1g

Nutrition facts are an estimate only.

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Red wine gummies in heart shapes on a tiny dish

Red wine is good for you in moderation. So are the honey and gelatin. Guess that means these snacks are actually quite good for you!

Visit ThriveStyle to see how she originally did this recipe. She also has a video that explains some of the benefits of gelatin. Oh, and she has a recipe for margarita gummies. What?!

heart gummies in decorative dishes

A lot of people have asked or told me that the alcohol burns off during the heating process.

Since you don’t boil the water and only heat enough for everything to dissolve, I don’t believe it does burn off the alcohol.

I don’t have a clear answer for this, but I will tell you — I am a lightweight and I swear I caught a little buzz after eating a few.

You’ll have to see for yourself. Let me know!

For a gummy bear recipe with no alcohol, check out these cranberry gummies.

You can make wine gummies with any flavor of wine.

Which wine would you use?

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50 Comments

  1. Wow, that’s easy! These would be great to try, even to put as decoration in a glass of wine!

  2. What a wonderful recipe. I love that it only has a few ingredients and it doesn’t take much time to make. I can’t wait to try it.

  3. I’m a wine lover so I think I’d like to at least try to make. I have some raspberry wine that would be perfect. Pinning.

  4. Oh I will have to try this. I’m not a red wine lover but I’m sure this will be a fun recipe to try

  5. Ha! These are great! I love mixing vodka with a sweet muscato, I wonder if I could make that into these gummies…

  6. These look adorable, and I love the “health” benefits! We’re hosting a cocktail link-up today and would love for you to stop by and share these gummies!

  7. Sounds delicious and perfect for Valentines Day. Thank you for coming to the Inspire Me Monday Linky Party.
    Janice

  8. I don’t drink wine because I just really do not like the taste. So I also do not get the benefits! These are a great idea for those of us that do not drink wine!

    1. These definitely taste like wine! Maybe use grape juice to make them, or more sweetener. Cause the red wine flavor is strong for sure.

  9. These are so cute, and I would love to make these! I bet they taste good and I would love to try it with red Cranberry juice to get the same look!

  10. Very different idea I might have to give this a try. I wonder how many gummies you have to eat to equal a gllass?

  11. I really love this recipe, very cool! If I made them, not sure which wine I would use, something really sweet though 🙂

  12. The gummies look really nice! I don’t drink wine but I know others that would probably like to snack on these.

  13. This is so cool , I didn’t even know you could make your own gummies. The red wib ed health benefits are wonderful! Thanks for the recipe.

  14. These look cute! How did you go about making the small heart within the heart while keeping the bottom layer intact?

    1. Thank you! I used a candy mold for the hearts. I didn’t include them in the post because it was extremely hard to get them out of the molds in one piece!

  15. wouldn’t the alcohol disappear in the heating process?????
    No need to eat responsibly lol

    1. I am not 100% sure, but I don’t believe we heat it long enough to burn it all off. You just want to dissolve the gelatin for the most part.

  16. I am a sucker for gummies and add red wine ..yes please! Thanks for linking up to Merry Monday! Pinned ! Have a great week!
    Kim

  17. What a fabulous fun recipe.
    Thank you for sharing this at Thoughts of Home.
    We are so glad you are here.

    I look forward to seeing you next week.
    Laura
    White Spray Paint

  18. Thanks so much for joining us at Delicious Dishes! We love your Red Wine Gummies recipe and hope you’ll join us again this week!

  19. Disappointingly bland. If I do it again I’ll add something like some sour cherry juice or maybe Ribena concentrate?

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