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These Party Rock Jello Shots rocks any party.MORE+LESS-

Updated September 6, 2017


boxes (3 oz.) Jell-O™ purple (grape) and water called for on box


envelopes unflavored gelatin

1 1/4

cups water for pink gelatin


tablespoons sweetened condensed milk

Bright pink gel food coloring

Whipped cream, sprinkles, gumdrops, etc. for garnish, if desired

1 3/4

cups vodka (plain or flavored)

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  • 1

    Prepare two 9x13-inch pans by spraying with non-stick baking spray and wiping with a paper towel, leaving only a slight film of the oil. This will help remove gelatin from the pans later.

  • 2

    Prepare purple gelatin according to package directions and pour into first prepared pan. Refrigerate uncovered for 90 minutes or until soft-set. Remove from fridge and, using a spoon or fork, scramble the gelatin like scrambled eggs. Return pan to fridge for an additional 30 minutes.

  • 3

    Meanwhile, pour water into a small saucepan and sprinkle with envelopes of unflavored gelatin. Allow to soak for two minutes. Heat on LOW heat, stirring constantly, until the gelatin is dissolved. Remove from heat, and stir in the vodka and sweetened condensed milk. Allow mixture to cool fully on counter. Using a toothpick, add pink food gel color to the mixture one dab at a time, whisking after each addition, until desired color is achieved. Pour into second prepared pan.

  • 4

    Make sure the pink mixture is no longer warm before continuing with this step (or the purple gelatin will melt.) Remove scrambled purple gelatin mixture from fridge and, using your fingers, sprinkle the purple over the pink mixture in a mottled pattern. Place pan in fridge for three hours. (If overnight, cover loosely with plastic wrap.)

  • 5

    When ready to serve, cut into 40 squares and remove with a small spatula to tray or small appetizer plates. Garnish as desired with whipped cream, sprinkles, gumdrops or other candies.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 1 Serving
Calories from Fat
% Daily Value
Total Fat
Saturated Fat
Trans Fat
Total Carbohydrate
Dietary Fiber
Vitamin A
Vitamin C

0 Starch; 0 Fruit; 0 Other Carbohydrate; 0 Skim Milk; 0 Low-Fat Milk; 0 Milk; 0 Vegetable; 0 Very Lean Meat; 0 Lean Meat; 0 High-Fat Meat; 0 Fat;

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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No offense to your French onion dip, but I think I heard the hostess mutter, "Lipton? Again?" the last time you rolled into a party. If you want to wow the crowd, skip the soup packet dip and show up with these Pop Rocks Jell-O Shots instead. They're almost as easy to make <Just four ingredients! >, but they're way more impressive. Plan to be invited back.


3 envelopes unflavored gelatin>

2 cups sparkling wine, preferably prosecco>

3 tablespoons granulated sugar>

3 packets of Pop Rocks candy

In a small saucepan, sprinkle the gelatin over 1 cup of the prosecco and let stand for 2 minutes.

Turn heat on low, add the sugar, and stir until dissolved. Remove from heat and stir in the remaining prosecco. Cool to room temperature.

Transfer gelatin mixture into a loaf pan lined with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 3 hours, or until the gelatin sets.

Carefully lift the plastic wrap out of the pan, place the gelatin on a flat surface, and cut into triangles or cubes. Just before serving, sprinkle with Pop Rocks.

The recipe is from the new desserts-only cookbook Sweet Envy, which is packed with more super-simple recipes that will impress your friends—and enemies—including a homemade version of the Take 5 bar, and cookie dough cubes topped with a generous coating of Funfetti. Need I say more?

How to Make Jello Shots

The basics of jello shots go like this: In a medium saucepan, mix boiling water with flavored gelatin. Add your favorite liquor, in this case, Fireball whiskey, though you can use any brand of cinnamon whiskey for these recipes. Pour into small cups or small jello molds and set in the refrigerator for a couple of hours, or until the gelatin is firm. Jello shots don't take a lot of prep time, but you do have to give them a chance to chill set.

Jello shots have endless variations. You can swap another liquid for the water, top with whipped cream and even turn into a dessert. No matter what kind of shindig you're throwing, we've got a jello shot you can serve.

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10. Birthday Cupcake Jello Shots – My Thirty Spot

11. Arnold Palmer Jello Shots – E is for Eat
12. Marshmallow Jello Shots – Rock Ur Party
13. Bloody Mary Jello Shots – The Improv Kitchen

Eyeball Jello Shots

What I love about these Eyeball Jello Shots is that they are super easy to make. And we all know that I love me an easy recipe. I am definitely not a chef! Jello shots are definitely a crowd pleaser, too. Who doesn’t love to enjoy a few of these at a party? Make a few Jello shots [or a lot] and your upcoming Halloween get together [or social distancing staycation at home] is sure to be a fun time by all!


  • 1 Box Berry Jello
  • 1 Cup Berry Vodka
  • 1 Cup Water
  • Eyeball Gummy Candy (you can purchase these at Walmart)
  • Condiment Cups


  1. In a pan, boil one cup of water.
  2. Once boiling, pour in one cup of vodka.
  3. Next, pour in the Jello packet.
  4. Mix well.
  5. Pour mixture into condiment cups and place in the refrigerator until Jello hardens. [This should take a few hours, so preparing the night before needed is a great idea.]
  6. Place a gummy eyeball on top of each cup once Jello is hard.
  7. Serve & enjoy!

What’s your favorite Halloween recipe? Do you have a link to share with the rest of us? We would love for you to lead us to your favorite Halloween adult concoction recipe below so that everyone can try it out for themselves. And most of all, don’t drink and drive. Chill out at home with your favorite Halloween movies [I love the Scream franchise and the Final Destination movies creep me out!] and I hope that everyone has a safe and happy Halloween!

Sparkling Cider Jello Shots (non-alcoholic) Recipe

These Sparkling Cider Jello Shots are as stunning and beautiful as they are delicious and fun! A great alternative to alcoholic champagne jello shots that are so popular on New Years, these sparkling treats are for the whole family!

I've been so excited to share this recipe with you! But first, can we just take a moment to say ohmygosh I can't believe Christmas has already come and gone.

How has the entire year already flown by??

We had a really great Christmas with my family in North Carolina. It took us all day to work our way through the pile of gifts, the food was incredible, and the day was filled with lots of laughter and love. We relished in every single moment watching Emma as she (for the first year) started to really understand the concept of Santa, gift giving, and (obviously) gift getting. We went overboard on her gifts this year, no question about it, but it has been so much fun watching her gleefully run around with new toys.

I know, I know– I'm just talking about the toys and presents. I know there's more to Christmas, and I should be focusing on that. But I just can't wipe the grin off my face when I see her sitting at her new vanity curling her hair and applying pretend lipstick. Or when she runs around with her new camera shouting “SAY CHEEEEEEEEEEEEESE!” Or when I hear her speaking in a high squeaky voice as she pretends the Cinderella lego-person is having a conversation with the Ariel lego-person.

It's just so sweet my heart feels like it's going to explode.

But all good things must come to an end, I suppose. And now it's time to transition into the New Year. Which means it's almost time to start cleaning out her room of old and ragged toys, taking down the Christmas decorations, and making salad my new favorite food (boo)!

Fortunately, the cosmic universe (well… the calendar year, actually) gives us a buffer week in between the most gluttonous day of the year and the least. And we get to use this week to finish up the holiday food leftovers and plan for one last awesome celebration: New Years Eve!

We don't drink, but I've always loved the look of champagne jello shots. They just look so pretty and sparkly, and I've been meaning to get around to making a non-alcoholic sparkling cider version forever!

These are so fun and just as beautiful as the champagne jello shots, but these can be enjoyed by the entire family! You can use any flavor of sparkling cider (or even a combination of half juice and half carbonated water) and add berries or cherries for a fancy look! You could even add gummies for a less-fancy and more kid-friendly feel!!

I used White Grape Sparkling Juice and blackberries for a more “adult” and sophisticated look and taste, but there are so many variations you could create. And, of course, think outside the glass! I was going for fancy-looking, so I poured them into these stemmed glasses. But you could pour the jello into small jars or even cut them into cubes!

It is now time to amaze your guests whit this very special treats.

To get the maximum effect out of your shots, I suggest you throw it as a chunk in the back of your throat. The chance of suffocation is non-existant and the less time it spends near your tongue, the more you can trunk in without being annoyed by the alcohol's taste. So chug it down and feel the party heat come up from your belly.

As you may or may not know, a generous amount of alcohol ingested in a short amout of time can be bad for you. In some instances, it can even kill you.

Therefore, if you want to have fun with JELL-O shots for years to come, please use it responsibly.

Thank you and have great parties,

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In some countries, it’s no big deal when you turn 21, because they’ve all been drinking forever. But for Americans, it’s a rite of passage. It seems that when you turn 21, you turn into an adult. You’re gonna have to have a lot of booze to deal with that, so get a jump-start now with these shots. As always, drink responsibly (and please, please, please don’t actually take 21 shots on your birthday).

1. Birthday Cake Shots

It’s only right that your first shot is specifically made to celebrate your big day. Who needs regular old birthday cake when you can have birthday cake shots?

2. Jolly Rancher Shots

Birthday cake not sweet enough for you? Try these beauties, made from just vodka and Jolly Ranchers.

3. Milk and Cookie Shots

More of a cookie than a cake person? This sweet treat is right up your alley.

4. Red Wine Jello Shot

If you want to look classy on your 21st, red wine is the way to go.

5. Bacon Espresso Pudding Shots

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Everything is better with bacon, including vodka and espresso.

6. Cinnamon Toast Crunk

If you’re looking for cinnamon, but you’re not in the mood for a straight shot of Fireball, try a shot that tastes just like Cinnamon Toast Crunch milk.

7. Vodka Sunrise

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Sweet, spicy, and delicious. What more could you want from these easy-to-make shots?

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15. Shark Attack Shot

Impress your friends with this unique layered shot, complete with your own swimming shark.

16. Apple Red Pudding Shots

Jello shots not your style? Pudding shots are sweeter, lighter, and easier to make.

17. Bacardi 151 Jello Shots

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Bacardi can seriously burn, but not with these seriously strong jello shots.

18. Honey Nut Cheerios

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Just two ingredients make these shots that bring you right back to your childhood.

19. Thin Mints

For more nostalgia, check out these easy-to-make shots, inspired by a Girl Scout cookie favorite.

20. Tagalongs

If Thin Mints aren’t your thing, maybe you’ll prefer another Girl Scout cookie shot made from peanut butter vodka, chocolate milk, and Bailey’s.

21. Fruit Loops

For your final shot, go nostalgic. You’re supposed to be journeying into adulthood and all, but you should stay a kid for as long as you can.


Gather your ingredients! Whipped Cream, Vodka, Grape Jello.

Bring one cup of water to a boil. I recommend you use an electric kettle.

Choose a good mixing bowl. One with a pouring lip helps. This Oxo type is just about the perfect bowl.To your bowl, combine 1 cup of boiling water with a box of Grape Jello. Keep stirring until everything is dissolved, which will take about 1 minute.

Add 1 cup of cold vodka and, and stir for 1 more minute. And side note: Science tells us that your jello shots will solidify better in the fridge if your liquor is as cold as possible when you combine it to the boiling hot Jello. Not sure why, but it just works best.

Now you’re ready to pour some jello shots! Carefully pour the mixture into little plastic shot glass cups. Be careful, it’s real easy to be messy and waste that precious alcoholic liquid! It may help to move the jello into a smaller more manageable container at this point, from which to pour the shots from. If you want to be really perfect about your shot pouring, check out The “Jellinator”

Let the shots chill in the fridge for 2-3 hours and you’re good to go!

Slather some of that whipped cream on top of those babies, and consume immediately!

Enjoy Responsibly now, kids!

Please share on Pinterest! GRAPE CREAMSICLE JELLO SHOTS – Grape Jello, Vodka, Whipped Cream!

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While the recreational cannabis market has been open in Canada for nearly nine months, there hasn’t been much variety on the shelves.

The shortages which plagued every province since the legalization didn’t give shoppers much choice either, as only the most expensive products were in stock.

Even though edibles weren’t legalized last year, the production of edibles at home was made legal, so the ones you could see were either made with illegal cannabis or lacked testing.

Spending on edibles in Canada and United States is expected to grow over 3.5 billion by 2021.

The federal government promised that edibles will be regulated a year after legalizing cannabis, and there are signs that they are already working on it.

Licensed producers were called upon to inform cannabis wholesalers in Ontario if and which alternative cannabis products they will be able to supply once they become legal.

The following types of products will be offered on the online OCS store:

The provincial wholesaler also pointed out that besides these, they’d like to get more dried flower, pre-rolls, and other products as well.

The full rollout of the final regulations isn’t expected to take the crowd by storm, but rather it may be drawn out until early 2020. The rules for edibles and other alternative cannabis products are expected to be published by June 26.

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