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How’s About We Just Skip The Jello Shots…. __FULL__



These Bahama Mama jello shots are incredibly delicious and so easy to make! Best of all is that you only need a handful of ingredients to make them and they taste just like a tropical smoothie from Bahama Mama.




How’s about We just Skip the Jello Shots….



One of the most popular alterations with jello shots is to make layered shots. These are especially great if you make ones that are red, white, and blue for the 4th of July or orange, white, and yellow to make candy corn ones for Halloween.


Vodka is the classic alcohol to use in jello shots. You can also use flavored alcohols that pair with the jello you choose. For example, the fruity flavors in Malibu Rum can pair really well some of the Jell-O flavors. Please consume alcohol responsibly.


Today, unflavored gelatin can be purchased in sheets or in the powder form. Knox sells large containers of gelatin, but I much prefer the small, single-use envelopes. However, you can use the sheets of gelatin to make jello shots.


You can pour the liquid into a lightly-greased baking dish, then cut them into squares or shapes with cookie cutters to make them more like jello jigglers (remember those?). You can make a greater number this way, so I love it for my champagne jello shots especially.


No, jello shots do not freeze well. You can make them a couple of days ahead of your event, however. They will keep in the fridge. If you like them a bit softer, you can let them sit out at room temperature.


The sanding sugars are optional, but create a bubbly look for each jell-o shot. Add a pinch to the bottom of each shot glass before adding the gelatin mixture, then add another sprinkle to the top once the shots have hardened, just before serving.


These strawberry margarita vegan jello shots will be all the rage at your next party or gathering! You can make them with either vegan jello or Agar Agar powder [see in the post for explanation] and they taste as good as they look! Garnish with margarita salt and a tiny lime wedge!


I tried to make this recipe and the alcohol in the jello shots seemed to pool to the top. I followed the instructions in the beginning by adding cold water to the jello then adding boiling water. I researched how to make jello shots and most of them say to add the jello to the boiling water and then add the alcohol and the cold water. Therefore I think your instructions are backwards.


I love serving jello shots for parties. Especially when they are so easy to make like this Fireball cherry jello shots recipe, these Green Apple Fireball jello shots and these berry blue Malibu jello shots.


I like to serve them with blue jello shots for the 4th of July, with green jello shots at Christmas parties in December, with purple and green Jello shots for Halloween, and whenever my favorite football team (Go Falcons!) is having a big game.


STEP 2 Place the plastic jello shot cups on a baking sheet without the lids. (Doing this makes the shots easier to move around.) Pour the jello mixture into plastic cups and chill in the fridge until set, about 2 hours.


STEP 3 Once the jello shots are set you can top them with the lids for storing and to make them travel-friendly. You can serve the shots as is or add a swirl of whipped cream on top just before eating.


If you want the shots to give more of a buzz, you can replace some or all of the cold water with vodka. As long as you add 1 cup of cold liquid in total for step two, the recipe will work just fine. I suggest refrigerating the vodka beforehand if you plan on using a high ratio.


An easy easy way to make fun flavor combinations for your jello shots is to simply use flavored vodka in the recipe. From grape, lime, lemon, vanilla, raspberry, orange, and so much more, you can create any combination you crave!


If you plan on making these ahead, find the plastic ounce cups that come equipped with a lid. Leaving the shots in your fridge uncovered can result in an undesirable thicker skin on the top and the jello can also soak up smells from your fridge. Garlic and onion? No thank you!


Make sure your jello shots have ample time to set before moving on to the next step! For the small 1 oz. containers, 90 minutes was enough time. We also tried making some 2oz shot glasses and 90 minutes was NOT enough.


I first started making mosaic jello shots for game day to celebrate certain teams such as for the Super Bowl. But I quickly started making them for holidays as well, and using small cookie cutters!


Making red, white, and blue recipes for the 4th of July is always something I try to do. Most patriotic recipes are either desserts like an American flag fruit tart or classic American food. These red, white, and blue jello shots are a fun alcoholic treat!


Jello shots are just so much fun, and Summer time is the best time to make them. When I think of Summer holidays, the 4th of July is the first one that comes to mind! These red white and blue layered 4th of July Jello shots are perfect for your July party or any patriotic holidays, even Memorial Day or Labor Day. Keep reading for tips on how to layer your Jello shots, and more.


Before you get started making Jello shots, there are a few things that will come in handy. For starters, while I love these larger 3 oz. plastic cups, which are perfect for creating Jello shots for a group. I also find it helpful to place my shots on a cookie sheet before they go into the refrigerator for easy in and out, especially when doing these fancier layered shots. We also used Smirnoff Red White and Berry flavored vodka for this recipe, it is super festive and has cherry, citrus, and berry flavors. Everything about this recipe is so festive for your holiday celebrations.


These Easter Jello Shots are layered with different Easter colors. However, you can skip layering and just make several of each color. You can layer them with 2 colors or 4, the choice is entirely yours!


However, if you use the 2 oz small plastic containers with tops you will get about 16 servings of this jello shots recipe. I do like the containers with the lid though because it makes them easy to store and stack.


Before serving we did top this Jello shots recipe with whipped cream and slices of strawberry. But that is totally optional. If you just want to keep it really easy for say a pool party, just skip the topping and store it in the plastic containers with lids.


Liquor: Vodka is the most common liquor used in jello shots. Vodkas come in a range of flavors so you can match the flavor of the vodka to the flavor of jello mix. I used whipped cream vodka. You can substitute other liquors or liqueurs as well.


To ensure your jello shots are as smooth as possible, melt the gelatin first. Add 1 cup of water to a microwave-safe bowl and microwave for 2 minutes. Open Jello package and pour powder in the boiling water and mix until all of the powder is dissolved. (Alternatively, dissolve in a small saucepan on medium heat.) Add 1/2 cup vodka (or another alcohol alternative) and 1/2 cup water and mix together.


Jello shots usually take about 2-3 hours to completely set. This could also depend on how big you make them. After you placed them in the fridge for several hours check to see if they still have liquid in them. If so, chill for a bit longer until there is no liquid.


The flavor profile of these Jello shots makes so much sense. Cinnamon & apple are fall staples, and even if you hate Fireball, these shots might just change your mind about it! The gelatin really calms the bite of the whiskey, making the experience way more enjoyable than a straight shot!


What an amazing recipe! I love jello, and so do my friends. I think your recipe will be perfect for a party. I would love to try it out. Since you shared all the steps in this recipe, I think I will be able to make these shots for all my friends. I am sure they will love it too. I am really looking forward to trying this recipe out and impressing all my friends with these amazing jello shots. Thanks a lot for sharing this amazing recipe with the readers.


So I played around and came up with these margarita sugar free jello shots. They were so good! They really had that margarita flavor and you only needed a few ingredients. Plus each one only had 25 calories and no carbs. So these are perfect for those on a keto diet.


When making classic jello shots you want to substitute of the liquid with your liquor. So if you read the (0.3oz) box of gelatin and it calls for 2 cups of water, you would use 1 cups of water and cup of alcohol.


Step 1: To make the jello shots, pour 1 cup of boiling water in a 2 cup measuring cup with the box of sugar free lime gelatin. Mix well then add in the cup cold water and cup of tequila.


Step 2: Arrange your shot cups on a small baking tray and pour the liquid into the glasses. You should get about 12 shots out of the recipe but that depends on how big your shot cups are and how much you fill them.


If you have a Dollar Tree near you there are all sorts of fun things to buy for your jello shots. Below you can see the pretty polka dot shot glasses they had (for a dollar!). They also have these nice condiment containers with lids.


These margarita flavored keto jello shots are lots of fun to make and eat. You only need a few ingredients to make these and each one has just 25 calories and no carbs. So it's perfect for those on a keto diet.


Jello shots are an instant party. A true crowd-pleaser, not just for the college crowd, but for casual, fun-loving party-goers everywhere. But first, you need to know how to make Jello shots quick so you can hurry up and get the party started.


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