Gummi Bears

Posted on: Sat, 03/24/2001 - 4:20pm
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pGummi Bears/p
p 1 small box Jello with sugar (any flavor)br /
7 envelopes unflavored gelatinbr /
1/2 cup water/p
p Mix in a saucepan until the mixture resembles /
Place pan over low heat and stir until /
Once completely melted, pour into plastic candy molds,br /
and place in the freezer for 5 /
When very firm, take out of molds and eat! Have fun!/p
pBest wishes! [img][/img]/p

Posted on: Wed, 04/11/2001 - 11:03pm
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Joined: 05/28/2009 - 16:42

I'm hoping to try these soon. I'll let you know how they turn out.

Posted on: Thu, 04/12/2001 - 3:58am
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Ryan's Mom, you're spending all your time in the Snacks, Recipes section! Since you have already confirmed two of my other recipes as "tried and true" it would be great if you were able to do the same with this one.
Many thanks and best wishes! [img][/img]

Posted on: Fri, 04/20/2001 - 9:19am
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Joined: 05/28/2009 - 16:42

Okay. Here

Posted on: Sat, 01/18/2003 - 10:07am
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Joined: 06/12/2002 - 09:00

Oh guru where are you?? [img][/img]

Posted on: Sun, 01/19/2003 - 2:43am
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Joined: 05/15/2001 - 09:00

Hi! I was out for dinner at Canyon Creek. Had a good meal there... no peanuts too..
Hmm.. I am really just a candy guru for Canada since I live here. In Canada you can buy Trebor Allan, Dare, etc gummi bears that are safe...
I am not sure about the USA.. we need to find an American cady guru too! hehe

Posted on: Sun, 01/19/2003 - 3:10am
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erik, I think it would be so much harder to find a candy, cookie, or even food guru for the U.S. It just seems like we do have a lot more safe options available to us, as Canadians.
I would visit the [url=""][/url] website and see if the company you mentioned is listed there. I would also try to find out if they have a website and see if you can contact them with your question via e-mail (this is my favourite way of contacting manufacturers - less stressful).
Please let us know what you find out.
I know that my children have yet to try a jelly bean or gum drop but simply because I haven't found the Dare ones (in Canada) yet.
I know they're here, erik, just can't find them.
Can you imagine being 7 and 5 and never having tried a jelly bean or gum drop? I know that the Trebor-Allan line has such great candies those old penny candy main stays may not even be important, but I personally can't imagine it. [img][/img]
Again, please let us know how you make out.
Oh, also, if you do go to [url=""][/url] and there is not information listed about the company you're questioning about, feel free to e-mail Steve Kinsley. I know that he welcomes e-mails and will try to help to the best of his abilities get an answer for you.
Best wishes! [img][/img]

Posted on: Sun, 01/19/2003 - 7:01am
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Joined: 04/03/2002 - 09:00

You guys are great!
I had been thinking the same thing...we need an erik in the USA!
Cindy, I appreciate your advice. I eventually did find their website and sent an e-mail, but being the weekend, I won't hear from them until at least tomorrow.
I was in a small panic when I posted because someone had already given them to my son and he ate it. My husband o.k.'d them in my absence, but he is not as much into the cross contamination issue as I am.
I thought that maybe someone may have already looked into the company. I saw on their website that they make candies w/ nuts also, so I was a little anxious.
I will definitely post their website info and their answer once I hear from them
Thanks again for your support!

Posted on: Wed, 01/22/2003 - 2:06am
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Joined: 04/03/2002 - 09:00

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I just spoke with someone at the company regarding their manufacturing process. Their Gummi Bears USED TO BE run on separate lines but are now on SHARED equipment as they don't have the room for separate manufacturing. They are in the process of changing their labeling at this time.
All Farleys products are run on SHARED equipment which she says are washed down inbetween runs. So that would be a comfort zone choice if you are comfortable using shared equipment.
She did say that the ONLY candy made on dedicated lines and in a separate room from other candies was the AMAZIN' FRUIT product that can be purchased at Target stores.

Posted on: Wed, 01/22/2003 - 3:29am
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Joined: 01/10/2000 - 09:00

Hi Cindy and Eric- I just want to tell you that you both have me running for the border this weekend when I go into Buffalo. I'm bringing a cooler and buying every flavor of Chapmans ice cream (if I have one more vanilla cone...) and Eric- what is this Kit Kat chunky you mentioned on another thread- sounds too yummy. It'll be interesting if my cooler gets searched. Only candy and ice cream. We have alot of safe candy in the US, but I miss Kit Kats etc. Are Three Musketeers ok there? Take care, Kelly

Posted on: Wed, 01/22/2003 - 4:43am
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Joined: 05/15/2001 - 09:00

Hi Kelly...
No... unfortunately our Three Musketeers bars are the same as yours.. not safe.. same with Twix.. not safe. However, M&M/Mars does make one safe bar if coconut is okay - the "Bounty" bar in nut-free facility.
If you go to any drug store/7-11/A&P/etc, you should find lots of peanut free candy.
There are 3 types of Nestle Kit Kats currently available made in the nut-free factory:
Kit Kat Chunky (a single finger thick Kit Kat)
Kit Kat regular (in regular size and mini size)
Kit Kat orange
Other bars made in a nut-free factory include Nestle Aero (regular, mint, orange, chunky, dark chocolate), Coffee Crisp (regular, orange, raspberry, triple chocolate, Smarties (regular, and Valentine coloured), and Mirage (Mirage is like a thick Aero).
Cadbury also makes some chocolate bars on nut-free lines... ie: Caramilk. If it says "Cadbury Canada" on the package and there is no nut warning, it is made on a dedicated nut-free processing line.
You will be able to find a lot of candy too. Trebor Allan makes gummi bears that are safe, in addition to lots of other candies (fuzzy peach, sour cherry blasters, swedish berries, swedish fish, big feet, orange crush candy, etc).
And Dare makes lots of safe bagged candy too (ju jubes, jelly beans, etc) but always check the labels - anything made that is not safe will have a warning on the package.
And have fun picking up lots of Chapman's ice cream.. it even says "Nut Free" right on the packaging for the varieties that are safe (the ones in the cardboard box packaging).
Have a fun shopping trip up here! And be sure to always read the labels to make sure you have picked up the safe stuff [img][/img]


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