Unless you are in college the days of serving fruity jello shots in paper cups at a party have come and gone. If you’re not ready to give up your little jiggly bites of alcohol just yet, then this champagne jello shot recipe is just chic enough to serve alongside appetizers and cocktails at your “grown up” soiree.
I served these at a bachelorette party girls weekend away and will definitely be serving at my next New Year’s Eve party!
Champagne Jello Shots Recipe | Inspired by Dixie Delights
1 Bottle of Champagne
1 Box Unflavored Gelatin (You will use all 4 packets)
Glitter Sugar Sprinkles (optional)
Pour 2 cups of champagne into a small pan and sprinkle in the packets of gelatin. Allow the gelatin to soak in for about 2 minutes.
Heat on low, stirring constantly. Do this until the gelatin is dissolved which takes about 5 minutes. Once the foam from the champagne dissipates remove from heat.
Stir in the rest of the bottle of champagne and pour into an 8×8 pan (I used a throwaway) and refrigerate until set.
*Optional: sprinkle a handful of glitter sugar on the top of the liquid after it has been chilling for at least an hour.
Cut into cubes or use cookie cutters for more structured shapes.
*Optional: sprinkle a bit more once you serve it.