Inside: Fiery Fireball Jello Shots.
Welcome to party season, AKA our favorite time of the year. Between hosting feasts, friends and family we are always looking for fun new cocktails to try this time of year. We’ve done a number of different jello shot recipes in the past and they are always a fun way to liven up the party. It’s nostalgic and fresh at the same time, for the holidays we are making these Fiery Fireball Jello Shots this year. They are the perfect combo of sweet cherry and spicy cinnamon, mmmm my mouth is watering just thinking about them!
These jello shots are my go-to cold weather party drink. They are super easy to make and act as a fun and festive party treat.
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I love the fun pop of red these whisky jello shots bring. Their fun vibrant look as a cool festive touch to any party.
How to make Fireball Jello Shots
There are just a few easy steps to make these fireball jello shots! All you need is cherry jello, boiling water, and fireball, and you have the perfect party drink.
The first step to making fireball jello shots is to follow the instructions on the jello packet. For a 3oz pack of jello, you will need 1 cup of boiling water to mix together.
Next, add equal parts Fireball. I would suggest letting your jello mixture cool for a couple of minutes so that the boiling water doesn’t remove all the alcohol from your whisky.
Fiery Fireball Jello Shots
Fireball - Of Course!
3oz Pack Of Cherry Jello
1 Cup Boiling Water
Start by reading the instruction on your jello packet. All jello starts with the same simple steps. Boiling 1 cup of water and add the jello packet.
Now, instead of adding the cold water, as the packet says, add equal parts Fireball whiskey!
Whisk together until the jello is completely dissolved.
Pour into shot glasses and refrigerate for at least 2 hours.
Adding A Sugar Rim to Jello Shots
Adding a sugary rim adds a fun pop of sweetness to any drink! Plus they look so fun and cute!
- To add the sugar rim, take equal parts regular sugar and boiling water and mix together. This creates a more sticky solution to hold your colored sugar to the rim!
- Dip the shot glasses into the sugar water, and shake excess off.
- Lightly dip the wet shot glass into the colored sugar.
- If you want it thicker, then repeat the steps!
More Fun Drink Recipes
Like I said before, these Fireball Jello Shots are my go-to drink for cooler days. But here is a list of more cocktails that I know you will LOVE!
- Pomegranate Fizz Cocktail
- Cranberry Margarita
- Whipped Cream Fruit Jello Shots
- The Perfect Sidecar Cocktail
These Fireball Jello Shots are fun, festive and fiery, and my new favorite go-to party drink! Let us know in the comments your favorite!
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