Haribo Gold-Bears Gummy Candy copycat recipe | The Food Hacker

Citric acid is an important ingredient in gummy candies to help wake up the flavor. Sour gummies use citric acid in the candy syrup and on the surface of the candy, but we need just a little here for the syrup. The acid also serves as a preservative and as something called an “interfering agent.” That brings us to the corn syrup. You won’t find corn syrup in most homemade gummy recipes, and that’s too bad, because without it you get this…

Source: Haribo Gold-Bears Gummy Candy copycat recipe | The Food Hacker