These festive jello shots with accompanying how-to videos are surprisingly simple to make for a summer party.
With Fourth of July festivities around the corner, we recommend you give a little extra thought to that all-important drink menu. Think fun, cold and party-ready. Think jello shots. No, we’re not joking, but we’re certainly not suggesting you recreate the sickening, vodka concoctions of your college days either.
The following jello shots are a bit more grown up and genuinely delicious. They have creative flavors and presentations, but of course, still scream “party!” As all drinks on the Forth should.
Spiked Gumball Jello Shots
With a pop of pink and a sugary flavor, these jello shots are like bubble gum that you can actually swallow. Since this simple recipe requires just a few ingredients, it will be an easy addition to your Fourth of July menu.
Fruity Loops Jello Shots
Keep the kids away—these adorable shots are made for grownups! Whether you loved Fruity Pebbles or Fruit Loops as a kid, you will love this loopy vodka-infused jello shot. Stick to only blue and red food coloring for a patriotic “bowl of cereal.”
Bushwacker Jello Shots
If any of your guests are coffee-lovers, then this recipe is a must. The combination of vanilla, coffee, amaretto, rum and coconut is rich with flavor and tastes like a refreshing iced mocha with the chocolate sauce drizzled on top.
Root Beer Cask Jello Shots
While the kids are sipping on root beer floats, make a root beer concoction of your own with this root beer jello shot.
Creamsicle Mimosa Jelly Shots
This classy and creamy shot is pretty to serve, and the mixture of orange, rum and sparkling wine makes it a soothing summer treat.
Combine french vanilla creamer, Kahlua, Bailey's and rum for a tasty jello shot.
Spruce up the classic mimosa with a creamy jello shot made with Rhum Chata and sparkling wine.
A rum and vodka jello shot that looks like a mini cereal bowl of fruit loops.
A pink jello shot with bubble gum vodka and lemon-lime soda.
A refreshing root beer jello shot to serve on a barrel for a summer party.
A collection of dessert ideas that will have you seeing fireworks, just in time for the 4th of July.