Vodka Jello Shots

A tray of vodka jelly shots (or vodka jello shots if you prefer) will always go down a treat at any party.  There is something inherently fun about all aspects of the wobbly, boozy treat.  It's jelly for a start, which tastes great, it has vodka in it and the amusement factor of both attempting to suck out the contents of a plastic shot glass and watch others do the same is highly amusing.  It maybe slightly juvenile but that makes it all the more snigger-worthy!

Recipe for Tri-Color Vodka Jelly Shots

Yield: One 135g pack of Jelly produces 600ml of liquid. This equates to 24 UK or 20 US shots not taking into account any spillage that may (will) occur.

Ingredients:

  • 45g each of strawberry jelly, lime jelly and lemon jelly
  • 150ml vodka
  • 150ml boiling water
  • 200ml water (slightly more than needed)
  • Shot glasses to pour the mixture into.  Plastic shot glasses work best.

Instructions:

  1. Set up the shot glasses on a tray or in a container that can be easily transferred into the fridge.
  2. Break up the jelly and dissolve it in 150ml boiling water.
  3. Add the vodka
  4. Add the cold water to make the total contents up to 600ml.
  5. Pour carefully into each shot glass so that each one is 1/3 full.
  6. Place the shots into the fridge for about an hour or so to firm up (will set quicker in the freezer).
  7. Repeat the process using the second colour.
  8. And the third colour.
  9. Place in the fridge for another hour or so and they should be ready to go!

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