No no no. I made three batches with mixed results. One never set up, so it was a gooey mess. Another was too soft. The one that came out the best, which appeared firm, was still not firm enough for my liking. When you have it in your mouth, it is still mushy and you can squish it around with your tongue.
I wanted to package these for gifts, but ended up chucking the whole thing in the trash. An expensive experiment, as the Certo itself is about $3 per 2-pack, not to mention the other ingredients I bought special.
Only one thing was able to give it a star - even though they were mushy, I do have to say they were tasty.