Blue Lagoon Jello Shots are bursting with tropical flavors! They are the perfect party starter for your summer parties! A boozy, summery jello shot recipe that adults love!
I find Jello shots to be such a fun mix of a childhood favorite and an adult treat! How could booze in Jello not be fun?
Summer means fun, carefree days, and hanging out with friends. More than likely, it also means grilling and cocktails. In addition, if you thought Jello Shots were just for your college days, think again. I have an all-grown-up, tasty cocktail recipe for you. Ideal for your summer parties in festive 4th of July colors. Well, if you add a pretty cherry on top which I forgot.
Blue Lagoon Jello Shots
If you don’t know what Jello Shots are, they are gelatin shots, or drinks made with liquor replacing some of the water typically used. My Blue Lagoon Jello Shots have just 3 ingredients so they’re really easy to make. However, you have to allow 6ish hours for them to set before drinking serving them.
Also, this Blue Lagoon Jello Shots Recipe gives you colorful blue jello cocktail shooters, made with Berry Blue jello brand gelatin, coconut rum, and pineapple juice!
Hey, hey, see how fun and festive these shots are? Well, they will also look fun and tasty to kids so be sure to keep them out of reach of the kiddos at your party!
Blue Lagoon Jello Shots
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- 3- ounce box Jell-O Berry Blue Gelatin
- 1 cup boiling water
- 1/2 cup coconut rum
- 1/2 cup pineapple juice
- 10 small cups or 2-Ounce Clear Plastic Jello Shot Souffle Cups with Lids
- Add the jello to a large bowl.
- Pour 1 cup boiling water into the bowl with jello and whisk until gelatin is dissolved.
- Add rum and pineapple juice and stir.
- Place 10 cups or jello shot cups on a cookie sheet or sheet pan.
- Add the mixture to the cups as even as possible.
- Chill 6 to 8 hours.
- Garnish with small straws, pineapple tidbits, maraschino cherries, etc.
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