Margarita Jello Shot

Margarita Jello Shot created by Charlotte J

Cooking time is cooling time in fridge. You can substitute watermelon Jell-O for lime for a melon margarita.

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2hrs 5mins
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  • Bring water to a rolling boil, then remove from heat.
  • Stir together boiling water and powdered gelatin in a mixing bowl. Stir constantly until gelatin is completely dissolved.
  • Stir in cold water and alcohol.
  • Pour mixture into ,individual shot-size (1oz-2oz) plastic or paper cups. ****To make the Jello easier to consume, buy plastic cups that also have lids. Pour the mix into the cup, add the lid, then turn it upside down prior to refrigeration.
  • Place shots on a tray in refrigerator (not the freezer). Chill until firm (approximately 2-4 hours). Refrigerate until served.
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    Margarita Jello Shot Created by Charlotte J
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  3. Charlotte J
    I really like this shot mixture!! I made this with the recommended margarita mix. I used just 3/4 cup of hot water, as I wanted mine a bit more firm. I made a different recipe yesterday and wished there was not so much liquid (2 cups) added to it. So we'll see how 1 3/4 cup liquid works. I'll post a photo later tonight. Made for New Kids On The Block tag game 2010
  4. Virginia Cherry Blo
    Cooking time is cooling time in fridge. You can substitute watermelon Jell-O for lime for a melon margarita.
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