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Jello Shots and Jello Shot Recipes

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Caribbean Blue
6 ounces Blue Berry Jello
16 ounces Water (boiling)
10 ounces Water (cold)
6 ounces Light Rum

6 ounces Cherry Jello
16 ounces Water (boiling)
2 ounces Water (cold)
2 ounces Triple Sec
2 ounces Golden Rum
2 ounces Light Rum
Add flavouring to suit likeness.
eg Strawberry, Raspberry (etc)

Jello Shots Beer Recipe
6 ounces Strawberry Jello
16 ounces Water (boiling)
16 ounces Malt Liquor

Mai-Tai Jello Shots Recipe
6 ounces Tropical (large box)
16 ounces Water (boiling)
2 ounces Light Rum
4 ounces Dark Rum
2 ounces Pineapple Juice

Margarita Jello Shot
6 ounces Lime Jell o
16 ounces Water (boiling)
6 ounces Tequila
2 ounces Triple Sec
1 ounce Lime Juice
1 ounce Water (cold)

Amaretto Sour
6 ounces Jello (large package)
16 ounces Water (boiling)
5 ounces Water (cold
10 ounces Amaretto
1 ounce Lemon Juice

Berry Berry Jello Shot
6 ounces Strawberry Jello
16 ounces Water (boiling)
8 ounces Strawberry Schnapps
8 ounces Water (cold)

Bocce Ball Jello Shots
6 ounces Orange Jello (large box)
8 ounces Water (boiling)
4 ounces Water (cold)
4 ounces Amaretto
6 ounces Peach Schnapps

Green Margarita Jello Shots Recipe
6 ounces Orange Jell-o (large box)
16 ounces Water (boiling)
6 ounces Water (cold)
2 ounces Lime Juice
2 ounces Tequila
1 ounce Blue Cura?ao

Lemon Drop Stinger
6 ounces lemon jello
16 ounces boiling Water
8 ounces cold Water
8 ounces Vodka

Plain Vodka Recipe
6 ounces Jell-o
16 ounces boiling Water
6 ounces cold Water
10 ounces Vodka

Purple Passionfruit Jello Shot
6 ounces Grape Jell-o
8 ounces boiling Water
4 ounces Amaretto
1 ounce Vodka
4 ounces cold Water

Red Wine Recipe Jello Shots
3 ounces lemon
3 ounces Orange Jello
16 ounces boiling Water
4 ounces Red Wine

Irish Whiskey Sour Jello Shots
6 ounces Orange Jello
16 ounces boiling Water
12 ounces cold Water
4 ounces Irish Whiskey

Red Hot Cinnamon
2 1/2 cups of water
2 cups Cinnamon Schnapps
2 cups Jello

Rum and Coke Jello Shots
6 ounces Cherry Jello
16 ounces Cola
8 ounces White Rum

Strawberry & Banana Jello Shots
3 ounces vodka
3 ounces creme de banana
6 ounces water
3 ounces strawberry Jello

Raspberry Jello Shot
lb. box raspberry Jello
2 cl. boiling water
1+ 1/2 cl. vodka
1+1/2 cl. raspberry schnapps

Maraschino Cherry Jello Shots Recipe
3 oz. vodka
3 oz. Cherry Brandy
6 oz. water
3 oz. cherry Jello
1 small jar of Maraschinos

(Let the Jello set in the fridge as normal, but after it has firmed slightly, push the cherries into the mix. Let it finish firming. Be sure to leave the stems on the cherries if you can get them that way.)

The Jello Belly Jello Shots
1 package jello
1 cup vodka
1 cup Liqueur(random flavor)
1 cup boiling water
1 pack gummy bears

(Dissolve 1 package Jello into the boiling water. Once dissolved and the cup of vodka. Pour into individual shot glasses. After pouring drop a gummy bear into each shot.)

Cherry Cuba Libre Jello Shots
1 small box Cherry Jell-O (do not use black cherry)
1 cup boiling Coca Cola
1/2 cup cold Coca Cola
1/2 cup white Rum

Bahama Mamas Jello Shots
2 cups Boiling water
3 Boxes Orange
3 Boxes Strawberry
3 Boxes Pineapple Jello
1 Can Frozen Orange Juice
1 Can Frozen Strawberries in sugar
4 Cups Rum
2 Cups Coconut Rum

(Blend the OJ and Strawberries before mixing with other ingredients)

Purple Amaretto Jello Shots
Two small boxes grape Jello
One cup boiling water
One-half cup Amaretto
Dash of Vodka

Hawaii Jello Shots
3 ounces of beefeater gin
3 ounces of triple sec
6 ounces of water
3 ounces of pineapple jello

Amaretto Orange
Two small boxes Orange Jello
One cup boiling water
One-half cup Amaretto

Sex on the Beach Jello Shots
6 ounces of Vodka
6 ounces of fuzzy peach schnapps
12 ounces of water
3 ounces of cranberry
3 ounces of orange jello

Party on the Beach Jello Shots
2 cups Boiling water
3 Boxes Grape
3 Boxes Cranberry/Rasberry
3 Boxes Strawberry Jello
1 Can Frozen Grape Juice
1 Can Frozen Cranberry/Rasberry Juice
3 Cups Peach Schnapps
3 Cups Vodka

Smirnoff Vodka "Jello Shots"
2 boxes Jello
1 cup Smirnoff Premium Vodka

(Boil the 1 cup of water, dissolve the jell shot mix. Add 2/3 cup more water and 1/3 cup smirnoff. Pour into shot glasses and set and serve! If you like them stronger and more potent, use 1/2 water and 1/2 smirnoff.)

Coconut and Melon Delight "Jello Shots"
1 package Watermelon jello
1 cup boiling water
1 cup Malibu White Rum
Mix hot water and jello. Add rum. Pour into 2 ounce cups

Non Alcoholic Jello Shots

Toothless Alligator Jello Shots
Small box of Watermelon Jello
1 cup boiling water
3/4 cup cold water and ice cubes
Small box of Lime Jello
1 cup boiling water
1 cup ice cubes and cold water
20 1-ounce cups
20 2-ounce cups and lids

Pink-Eye Jello Shots
Small box of Cherry Jello
Small box of Orange Jello
3 cups boiling water
1 cup cold water
20 1-ounce cups
20 2-ounce cups and lids

Diet Pirate Jello Shots
Small box of Sugar-Free Lime Jello
Small box of Sugar-Free Orange Jello
2 cup boiling water
1+1/2 cup cold water
20 2-ounce cups and lids
Plastic cutting board or other washable work surface
A Knife

Green Drazi Jello Shots
Small box of Berry Blue Jello
Large box of Lemon Jello
3 cups boiling water
3 cups cold water

Junior Kamikaze Jello Shots
Small box of Lime Jello
1 cup boiling Ginger Ale
1 cup cold Ginger Ale

(Mix the usual way. I suggest using a strongly flavored Ginger Ale, such as Vernors for this jello shot.)

Shirley Temple Jello Shots
Use Cherry Jello
Use boiling and cold 7-up or
lemon-lime soda instead of water.

Virgin Pina Colada Jello Shots
Pineapple Jello, large box (4 cup size)
2 cup boiling water
1 1/2 cup cold water
1/2 cup Coco Lopez or Coco Casa cream of coconut

Virgin Raspberry Margarita Jello Shots
1 small box (2 cup size) Raspberry Jello
1 cup boiling water
2/3 cup cold water
1/3 cup lime juice

Tara's Virgin Strawberry Margarita Jello Shots
1 small box (2 cup size) Strawberry Jello
1 cup boiling water
1/4 cup fresh lime juice
3/4 cup cold water

Lemon - Lime Jello Shots
Small box (2 cup/400-500 ml size) of lime-flavored jello or lemon-flavored jello
1 cup boiling water
3 limes
3/4 cup cold water (or boiling water works best)
In other words, reduce the amount of water called for by the amount of lime juice you have.





How To Make Jello Shots

Jello Shots Making Guidelines
Booze Alcohol Water To Alc Ratio
30 Proof Liqueur 15% Alcohol 1 Part Liqueur 3 Parts Water
40 Proof Liqueur 20% Alcohol 1 Part Liqueur 4 Parts Water
50 Proof Liqueur 25% Alcohol 1 Part Liqueur 5 Parts Water
80 Proof Liquor 40% Alcohol 1 Part Liquor 8 Parts Water
90 Proof Liquor 45% Alcohol 1 Part Liquor 9 Parts Water
100 Proof Liquor 50% Alcohol 1 Part Liquor 10 Parts Water
150 Proof Liquor 75% Alcohol 1 Part Liquor 15 Parts Water
190 Proof Liquor 95% Alcohol 1 Part Liquor 20 Parts Water



 How To Make Jello shots jello shots before being served

So What are Jello Shots Anyway?

The simple answer is; jello shots are a fast way to speed up a slow party! Even if the party is already swinging, bringing out your secret weapon of jello shots combinations made in new unique and exciting ways will ensure your party is still being talked about weeks later!

Now before you run off to start making your own unique jello shots, with either these all new Jello Shot Kits or with the amazing ultra cool Artic Ice Shots, you must ensure you read the recipes below so that your water to alcohol ratio exactly right! Although jello shots can be made as strong as you like (to really get the party started) it is important to get your ratios correct for a couple of reasons:

  •   Your jello shots might not set if your ratios are wrong! Just remember that
         alchohol has a different solidifying or freezing point than water or jello. So,
         even though you can make jello shots that will blow the head off your friends make
         sure your alchohol to water ratio is correct ;-)

  •   Jello shots are very sweet, it is easy to get forget the potency of the alcohol
         being used.

  • Arctic Ice Shots - Now You Can Have Your Shot and Eat it Too!!!!

    Just what Are Arctic Ice Shots?

    Arctic Ice Jello Shots are the coolest new product to sweep the nation, gives the spirits a chilling taste experience and smoothness to be remembered!

    Imagine taking a shot of your favorite liquor? Now imagine the glass you just drank out of was made from your favorite fruit juice, mixer, or jello. That's Arctic Ice Shot, a plastic cup (with top) designed to mold the jello contents into the shape of a shot glass in just a few easy steps.

    Acrtic Ice Shot has eliminated the bite of a hard shooter with its radical new edible shot glass, this chilling new experience will change the way we take jello shots forever! Plastic moulds for making the jello shot glasses out of ice. Comes in set of six with a tray. Totally re-usable and dishwasher safe. Simple to use and only take 4 hours in the freezer. Comes with recipe booklet.

    You can of course create your own jello shot recipes, and eat the shot glass after you are finished downing the jello shots. The average time jello shots will last at room temperature is 20 min.

    Mix the Jello Shots mix with two cups (16 ounces) of boiling water until the jello powder is fully dissolved then add the rest of the water and the alcohol. Pour the Jello Shots mixture into either small glasses or paper cups. Jello shots look more attractive in shot glasses though, but the paper cups are easier to eat from and the drinker can turn the paper cups inside-out to more easily eat the rest.

    If the schnapps in the Jello Shots mixture is higher than about 60 proof, the Jello Shots may not set the way you plan, because of the diminished quantities of liquid, this mixture creates Jello Shots that is quite solid. If you prefer a less rubbery jello shot, double the amount of water and alcohol to attain the perfectly soft and easily downable jello shot.

    The Origins of Jello Shots

    Jello Shots origins have been shrouded in mystery, it is unclear exactly where the first one came from, below is a time line of the jello dessert, how it was created, who the main powers where behind the creation, when it was patented and finally made in a alcoholic beverage.

    Jello Shots - Of In The Early Days

    How did people back in the early days get the Jello to set?
    If they used iceboxes to set their jello shots, where did they get ice in August?

    From the time the first Jello Shots were first introduced in the latter half of the 19th century, jellt shots were made using boiling water and left on the counter to set.

    Jello Shots do not need refrigeration nor ice cubes to set, placing your Jello Shots in the fridge or on ice merely speeds up the setting process. By 1924 it was advertised that Jello Shots could be cooled rapidly by dissolving a packet of jello in half a pint of boiling water and then adding half a pint of ice water and setting the jello in ice.

    mix and match the jello shots
    How "Jello Shots" Almost Never Made It

    Once upon a time there was a man named Cooper and in 1845 he got his hands on the patent for the jello dessert, then along came a cough manufacturer named Pearl B Wait and in 1895 he bought the jell-o patent from Cooper and Pearl turned it into a prepackaged product which they named JELLO

    But they just couldnt market it so along came this school dropout named Frank Woodward, who at the age of 20 brought the Jello patent for a $450, who at first he was also quite unsuccessful at marketing the product and after a while he decided to get rid of it, he was about to sell it for $35, until shortly before the sale was went ahead Jello took off and was start to sell phenomenally and by 1906 Jello sales had reached a massive $1,000,000.

    Be Careful Of What Might Stop your "Jello Shots " From Setting

    The mystery into what could stop your jello shots from setting has been solved, the key is not to use any fresh or frozen pineapple, kiwi fruit, figs, mangoes, guava or papaya, or fresh ginger in the mix.

    These particular items all contain an enzyme which keeps Jello Shots from setting. However if they are cooked or come from a can then your Jello Shots will set without much of a porblem

    Can You Really Light a Jello Shot On Fire?

    The answer is yes you can. The higher the level of alcohol in the jello shot mix the more chance of it catching fire.

    There are a number of hard liquors that can be used in jello shot making, but for the best effect try to use liquors over 150 proof or 75%.

    The 2 best liquors to use when making these concoctions are either Bacardi 151 rum which stands at 75% alcohol or Everclear grain alcohol which between 95-100% alcohol.

    Just place your Jello Shots in a safe place when lighting (such as a frying or something to that idea)and set a match beside the Jello Shots and stand well back and watch as the blue flames rise, it is really cool to watch.

    Below is a picture of Jello Shots on fire


    The 3 men below are the mainly most responseable for the creation of jello in the early days.

    The first man Peter Cooper held the very first patent on jello.
    the father of the early jello shots

    The second is a man called Pearl B Wait who bought the jell-o patent of Cooper and developed the first fruit-flavored version of jello.
    The second jello shots creator

    Then the last mostly mainly responsible for the creation of jello is Orator Francis Woodward a college drop out who bought the jello patent for $450 and was about to sell it for $39 sometime later just before it boomed at the begining of the 1900's.
    the man most response for the jello shot craze

    Welcome To America With Jello Shots

    During the the 1920's, immigrants entering Ellis Island in New York City were served Jello Shots on arrival as a way for the people to say Welcome to America



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