Michelle’s Watermelon Jello Shots on a Popsicle Stick


I got this amazing pics and the recipe from That’s So Michelle’s blog:

Source: That's So Michelle

Green Layer
1 regular sized (small) box lime jello
2/3 cup water
2/3 cup tequila (or you can skip using alcohol)

1. Add the packet of lime jello to 2/3 cup boiling water. When the jello dissolved completely, add the tequila.

2. Refrigerate half of this mixture in your loaf pan for 30-45 mins, until it’s solid.

Source: That's So Michelle

White Layer
1 tablespoon sweetened condensed milk
2/3 cup water
1 packet Knox Gelatin
Don’t use alcohol in this layer.

1. Pour your water and condensed milk into a sauce pan. Add the gelatin packet on top of it. Let it rest for a minute, and turn on medium heat until the gelatin dissolves completely. Add the white mixture to top of the green jello in the loaf pan.

Red Layer
1 regular sized (small) box watermelon (or pink or red) jello
2/3 cup water
2/3 cup tequila

1. Add the packet of lime jello to 2/3 cup boiling water. When the jello dissolved completely add the 2/3 cup tequila.

2. Pour all of your red jello mixture on top of the white layer and let it rest in the refrigerator overnight.

Source: That's So Michelle

Slicing and Serving Directions

1. Let your loaf pan sit in a small puddle of warm water, flip over your loaf pan on to a cutting board. If the jello doesnt come out (and you want to come out WHOLE) Run a butter knife around the edges of the loaf pan before you flip.

2. Slice pieces off of the jello as if you were cutting slices of bread. Make triangles with the green layer the largest at the bottom.

3. Spray your serving tray with a baking or cooking oil. Stick your popsicle sticks into the bottom (green layer) of the jello shot until it is secure and keep refrigerated until serving.

*Two important tips: One is that I made the jello thicker and stronger than usual to keep it on the stick, also it’s important to lightly spray the plate you serve these cuties on with some cooking spray. Not enough to actually see it, but enough so when your guests pick up their shot it wont stay stuck on the plate.

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