Inside: Spooky festive Halloween vodka pumpkin jello shots!

Halloween is obviously fun for the kids, but when the grown-ups get together their treats should be just as great. These Halloween vodka jello shots are the perfect combination of spunk and fun for the spooky night ahead.

 

Halloween Jello Shots

Pumpkin jello shots

Halloween Fun

Our neighborhood really gets into Halloween, at many houses, the owners will welcome neighbors with a drink while their kids trick-or-treat. These Halloween pumpkin jello shots are a great way to make a street full (or office full) of friends this Halloween.

Vodka Jello Shots

The jello shots look adorable centered in the pumpkin rind. Molded in an ice cube tray and set streaming out of a jack-o-lantern is another fun way to make the spooky treat look amazing. Just be sure if there are kids around the jello shots are aptly labeled. Safety first – cute jello shots second.

DIY Pumpkin jello shots

How to make Pumpkin jello shots

Halloween Jello Shots

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Pumpkin Jello Shots

To make the pumpkin jello shots you will need:
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Keyword Pumpkin Jello Shots
Calories 150 kcal

Ingredients

2 envelopes of unflavored gelatin

2 cups of water

1 cup pumpkin vodka (we used Burnett's Pumpkin Spice Vodka)

1/2 cup sugar

Instructions

Empty out a SMALL pie pumpkin (be sure to remove ALL guts and wash out).

Mix the jello shot mixture all four ingredients together in a bowl.

Fill the pumpkin with jello shot mixture.

Refrigerate OVERNIGHT! If you refrigerate the suggested 3 hours (as jello packets suggest), the jello won't be firm enough. Refrigerate overnight, is a must!

Nutrition Facts
Pumpkin Jello Shots
Amount Per Serving
Calories 150
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

How to make Halloween Jello Shots

Slice these Halloween jello shots into fourths, eights, or more. Slurp and enjoy.

Pumpkins aren’t just for carving

I love repurposing pumpkins and giving them a new lease on life as cake holders, serving bowls, and lanterns. Using the rind to serve this tasty treat is my favorite idea yet. Let’s clink our Halloween jello shots in honor of the awesomeness of pumpkins.

(Project Design + Photography @A Subtle Revelry by Brie Zacher).