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Green Tea Gummy Bears

Posted on July 26 2021

Green Tea Gummy Bears

The world is obviously a better place with gummy bears in it. Now add the amazing flavors of green tea to gummy bears to make the world an even better place! This homemade gummy bear recipe will thrill your sweet tooth and awaken your inner DIY spirit. Since our Stash Asian Pear Harmony Green tea is flavored with pear, it gives this gummy recipe a unique twist when paired with different fruit juices. The outcome? Tasty gummies with a fresh burst of fruit and green tea flavors you can’t find in a store. Live your best life with your new favorite easy gummy bear recipe that can be made kid-friendly if you substitute with any caffeine-free tea.


Prep time: 15 minutes
Set time: 25 minutes
Will need a gummy bear mold
Makes: 240 mini gummy bears

Tea Concentrate:
4 Stash Asian Pear Green tea bags
1 cup boiling water
2 1/2 tbsp granular sugar


The Rainbow Varieties of Gummy Bear Flavors

Pear Gummy Bears
1/4 cup tea concentrate
1/4 cup white grape juice
2 tbsp gelatine
2 drops green food dye

Cranberry Pear Gummy Bears
1/4 cup tea concentrate
1/4 cup sweetened cranberry juice
2 tbsp gelatine
2 drops red food dye

Pineapple Pear Gummy Bears
1/4 cup tea concentrate
1/4 cup pineapple juice
2 tbsp gelatin
2 drops yellow food dye

Blueberry Pear Gummy Bears
1/4 cup tea concentrate
1/4 cup blueberry juice
2 tbsp gelatin
2 drops blue food dye


  1. Use four small bowls and measure out 1/4 cup of each juice into the separate bowls. Place two drops of the corresponding food dye for each gummy flavor. Set bowls aside.
  2. Bring water to a boil in a kettle and pour 1 cup of boiling water over the four Stash Asian Pear Harmony tea bags. Add 2 1/2 tbsp sugar and let the tea bags steep for 2 minutes.
  3. Remove the tea bags and stir the concentrate to dissolve the sugar entirely.
  4. Place the gummy molds onto a cookie sheet.
  5. Pour 1/4 cup of the boiling hot tea concentrate into one fruit juice bowl, stir well, and then sprinkle 2 tbsp of gelatin over the top. Mix well until all the gelatin has dissolved. If bubbles form on top, scoop them off and discard them. Working quickly using the eyedropper tool, fill one tray of gummy bear molds. Repeat this step for the following three flavors. If your tea concentrate starts to cool off, heat it on the stove or in the microwave. *You want the tea concentrate to be almost boiling to activate the gelatin.*
  6. Place the cookie sheet into the fridge and cool for 25 minutes until the gummies become firm. Remove the gummy bears from the molds and place them into an air-tight container. Keep in the refrigerator for optimal freshness. 


Note: we used bear molds that produce gummy bears a bit smaller than the traditional size, but this recipe is flexible and will work for any mold you have at home.

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