Shamrock Shake Jello Shots
Shake up your St. Paddy's day with these adorable shot-glass jello shots! Flavored with mint liqueur and made creamilicious with sweetened condensed milk for a spiked treat you won't wanna put down!MORE+LESS-
Updated March 18, 2016
ounces unflavored gelatin
cup sweetened condensed milk
teaspoon green gel food coloring
Green sugar and straws for garnish, if desired
In a large bowl, add gelatin to water and let sit for a minute, then whisk until gelatin is fully dissolved. Whisk in liqueur, sweetened condensed milk and food coloring.
Pour mixture into 6 shot glasses. Cover and place in fridge until firm, about 2 hours.
Just before serving, top shots with a dollop of whipped cream. Add sprinkles and small straws, if you please, to make them look like their namesake.
More About This Recipe
- Don't even think about having a St. Patty's Day party without these Shamrock Shake Jelly Shots.
On the day I tinkered with this recipe, my oldest son arrived home from school at 3:15, and I was as happy as an Irishman on St. Patty's Day. Which is to say … happy.
These. Shamrock. Shake. Jelly. Shots. Are. Way. Funner. Than. The. Originals.
I’d say more, but it took a full three hours of carefully focusing on my words to write that one line.
Mint liqueur will do that to you.
Jelly shots are cuh-razy easy! Just grab a few basics. A very few. Like three. Plus a little food coloring.
Start by filling a bowl with hot water and sprinkling unflavored gelatin on top. 30 seconds or so later, give it a whisk to make sure it’s dissolving all over the place.
Then whisk mint liqueur into the bowl..
Then a bit of sweetened condensed milk and some food coloring to get them the exact shade you want them.
Refrigerate for a couple hours or so 'til they're firm, and you’ve got yourself a batch of party-ready Shamrock Shake Jelly Shots. Top ‘em off with a straw and whipped cream so they look like their namesake, and you’ll be ready to celebrate just about everything … even at 3:15 in the afternoon.
Brooke sometimes makes breakfast and snaps a photo of it before feeding it to her ravenously hungry children, then posts it all at Cheeky Kitchen . She joined Tablespoon to bring back the meal of breakfast lovers everywhere, one bowl of slow-cooked muesli at a time. Hit up Brooke's profile for more fast-fun-fab recipes that let you act lazy and eat like a boss.