Place 3 gummy bear molds on a cookie sheet. You will be making about 100 small little, cute bears with this recipe. If you do not have a mold, use any type of silicone mold for cupcakes or chocolates that you may have.
Place water in a small bowl and sprinkle the gelatin on the water. Set aside and allow it to soften.
Meanwhile, In a small saucepan, heat the coconut milk, Truvia, and pandan extract. When you see the small bubbles starting to form on the side of the coconut milk, whisk in the softened gelatin. Whisk until all the granules are gone, and you have a smooth mixture. A flat or wire whisk can make this task a lot easier.
Using a dropper, fill a gummy bear mold with the coconut pandan mix. Move the cookie sheet to the refrigerator (this is the point you will thank me for having told you to use the cookie sheet. Moving a floppy mold full of liquid is not the most fun–unless you're a doggy who got to lap up my mistake the first time I made these).
Allow the bears to set overnight and then pop them out of their molds. If you want them chewier, place them uncovered in the refrigerator for another 3-4 hours so they dry out a bit. If not, enjoy as is.
Makes 100 bears, a serving is 10 bears.
For a vegetarian option, use agar agar or another gelatin substitute. You may have to play around with proportions.