These strawberry green apple jello shots are my favorite jello shots recipe ever! The flavor combination is like no other, and they are just super simple to make!
What is the best liquor to use for Jello shots?
Vodka is one of the most common liquors that people use to make jello shots. However, I like to use flavored pucker, which I think makes the jello shots taste so much better, without that lingering alcohol taste that vodka tends to leave in my mouth.
Are Jello shots as strong as regular shots?
Unless you go heavier on the booze, a jello shot will typically have less alcohol than a regular shot. That just means that you can indulge a little bit more!
Do Jello shots stick to the Cup?
For the most part, jello shots will stick to the cup a bit. There are tricks to getting the shot out though. You can swirl your tongue around the inside of the cup, or even use a toothpick or straw to help get the jello shot out of the cup.
What other cocktail recipes besides these green apple jello shots should I try?
We have quite a few tasty cocktails that I think you might enjoy. Give one, or some of them a try!
- Blue Island Drink Recipe
- Dirty Shirley Temple Cocktail
- Raspberry Margarita on the Rocks
- Easy Sangria Slush
You should try Wisconsin Mommy’s Red White and Blue Jello Shots too!
what items will I need to make these strawberry green apple jello shots?
- 1 cup water
- 1 cup Sour Apple Pucker
- 1 - 3oz package strawberry gelatin dessert
- Plastic disposable shot glasses
- (optional) large spouted measuring cup
- Arrange your shot glasses onto a tray or pan.
- Add one cup of water to a small pot and heat over high heat until boiling.
- Dump gelatin mix into a medium size glass or metal bowl.
- Pour boiling water over gelatin, and stir for 2 minutes, until gelatin is fully dissolved.
- Add apple pucker. Stir.
- Pour into a large spouted measuring cup to make pouring easier. Pour jello into shot glasses, filling ¾ of the way.
- Refrigerate for about 2-3 hours, or until fully set.