Tipsy-mas Day 9! Santa Jello Shots Recipe

On the ninth day of Christmas, Tipsy Theory gave to me a Christmas jello shot recipe.

If you’re looking to get lit this holiday season, nothing screams “party” more than some jello shots. Yet, now is the time of year to put a festive spin on the classic treat.

Next time you go to make some shots, just make sure that you also have a can of whipped cream and strawberries on hand to turn those booze into St. Nick.

Using those artistic skills that you learned in grade school, all you need to do is create a little Santa Hat on top of the shot.

The unique, but easy craft is sure to be a show-stopper at your next get together. Happy Sipping!

Christmas Jello Shot

Here’s What You Need To Make A Christmas Jello Shot

Serves: 6

  • 1 pack of Jello (either cherry or strawberry)
  • 1/2 cup of vodka
  • 1/2 cup of cold water
  • 1 cup of boiling water
  • Whipped cream
  • Strawberries
Christmas Jello Shot

How To Make These Shots:

1- Bring 1 cup of water to a boil.

2- Add the entire jello packet into a large bowl and combine with boiling hot water. Stir well until dissolved.

3- Add cold water and vodka into the mixture and continue to stir until well combined.

4- Pour the mixture into separate containers (plastic shot glasses work best)

5- Place the containers into the fridge and let them sit overnight until hardened.

6- Add dollops of whipped cream and whole strawberry on top to make a small santa hat.

7- Enjoy!

Looking for even more boozy recipes? Keep an eye out on Tipsy Theoryโ€™s drink page!

Leading up until Christmas, we will be releasing one Christmas drink recipe a day for the 12 days of Tipsy-Mas!

If Jello just isnโ€™t your thing, we also have a variety of chocolate drinks that you can enjoy all season long.

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