Ever wondered how to make jello shots? Well, this must be your lucky day because this recipe is your perfect guide to creating these heavenly and oh-so-yummy shots!
Give in to the temptation and let’s get you that heavenly cocktail in no time!
If you love double the flavor in one bite, then you’ll love our raspberry lemonade jello shots! A tart lemony coat on the bottom with sweet raspberry gel on top is an amazing combination with a bit of vodka. Try this combination yourself and see what two flavors in one jello shot can do for you. (via DIY Ready, click here for full tutorial )
What’s more fun than slurpin’ up a chunk of fruity gelled alcohol from a fruit peel? I’m not quite sure, but this recipe for a vodka sunrise on an orange shell is to die for. I could not fathom a better way to use an orange peel, to be honest. It’s truly lovely how tasty citrus can be! (via Kirtsy, click here for full tutorial)
Is there anything cuter than a little stuffed strawberry? These strawberry margarita jello shooters are absolutely divine. The sweetness of the fruit helps you chase down the tequila inside the jello. What a perfect combination! (via Bakers Royale, click here for full tutorial)
If you like piña colada or getting caught in the rain then sprinkle on some gelatin to your next piña colada mix and refrigerate! Not only do these shots taste extraordinarily good, they are so precious looking, too! Very cute for any outdoor event and almost any crowd. (via That’s So Michelle, click here for full tutorial)
Cake infused vodka with butterscotch pudding and rum sounds like an definite godsend. This is precisely why you should try out the german chocolate cake shots. You will be the sweetest party go-er or giver with these babies by your side. (via The Jello Mold Mistress, click here for full tutorial)
If you’re looking for a lustrous deep indigo dessert, the blackberry gin sour jello shots may be right for you. When sweet meets sour not much can go wrong, especially with an unexpected dash of gin! (via My Thirsty Spot, click here for full tutorial)
The saccharine nature of watermelon and fresh taste of mint combined in one with citrus infused vodka can be the perfect pick-me-up on a summer’s day. Maybe next time you buy a watermelon you can give this jello shot recipe a try. It’s a great way to recycle the shell and you can still have some sobering slices of it as well! (via E is for Eat, click here for full tutorial)
According to clever food blogger Michelle, these jello shots are “Ev-er-y-thing. Sweet, salty, creamy …. and boozy.” I mean, have you looked at the pictures? These darling salty-sweet cubes are perfectly delightful! I just gotta say, what a nice way to eat dessert. (via That’s so Michelle, click here for full tutorial)
While these caramel apple jello shots make for a perfectly good party treat during the fall, there’s no reason why you can’t try this as the temperatures rise in the next coming months. Plus, you get a little apple in each shot. I know I will definitely try these out! (via Queen City Cocktails, click here for full tutorial)
It’s too bad St. Patrick’s Day is long gone from now, but that doesn’t mean you don’t get to celebrate with Irish alcohol! Some Baileys Irish Cream in its ivory glory along with the rich thickness of Guiness and Jameson’s floral, sweetness to top it off is just like heaven. (via Brit + Co, click here for full tutorial)
This avocado Margarita Jello shot by the folks at Top of the Apple is inspired by Brooklyn’s The Meatball Shop, where they dish up loads of flavored cocktail shots. With a little bit of Tequila, gelatin and avocado, a margarita flavored concoction has come to fruition! (via Top of the Apple, click here for full tutorial)
With but a drop of orange flower water, a mimosa shot can go a long way. These mimosas are such adorable gelled up shots. They’re great for any celebration, whether it be wedding or Sunday oriented. Not to mention, their color is gorgeous! (via Jelly Shot Test Kitchen, click here for full tutorial)
If you’re fond of oranges and grapefruits, chances are you are ecstatic about blood oranges. More intense than the sweetness of oranges yet tangy like a raspberry, blood oranges are a special treat for citrus lovrers’ palettes. Because of their incredible flavors I’m totally in favor of mixing them up with a bit of champagne and Grand Marnier. Shouldn’t you be as well? (via e is for eat, click here for full tutorial)
Calling all spice lovers, olive fanatics or bloody mary aficionados: this is the jello shot for you! Equipped with a celery through the heart and all, this treat is t0-die-for. I, personally, can’t get enough bloody mary’s/ Thanks to this recipe I can have my favorite drink in a different texture. (via My Man’s Belly, click here for full tutorial)
Lychee has become increasingly popular for the past few years so we undoubtedly had to include it in our list of favorite jello shots. A lychee’s consistency is smooth, floral and wonderfully sweet. It’s no wonder if pairs so well with vodka and peach schnapps. (via Show Me …, click here for full tutorial) From rich, intense flavors to fresh, light taste, we’ve got jello shots for every occasion suitable all throughout the year. They are especially cute and fun for parties or a dessert after dinner with your family and friends (given everyone is of age, of course). So next time you’re going to a potluck, remember us and take another peek at this list as a refresher. Why not? We’ve got our favorite jello shots here waiting for you. There’s nothing to lose and everything to gain!
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Originally posted on June 8, 2018 @ 9:43 AM