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Champagne Jello Shots Video Tutorial

 

Every year people go nuts over this recipe, so I decided to finally create a champagne jello shots video tutorial. You will see why I hate making videos. Sigh.

 

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At the end of the day, I get to drink an entire bottle of champagne for “research” purposes. So it all works out.

 

I have tested and updated this recipe yet again, in order to achieve the most perfect champagne jello shot EVER.

 

I have provided links below for the two previous versions at the bottom of this post. In the meantime, watch my video.

 

 

Ingredients for Champagne Jello Shots Video Tutorial

– 2 cups hot water
– 4 packets of unflavored gelatin powder
– 5 cups of cold champagne

(Note: As mentioned in the video, you MUST keep in mind this is champagne, and champagne is not sweet. If you prefer a slightly less “adult” jello shot, then use 5 cups of a combination of champagne and a soda or sweet sparkling drink).

 

Boil water and pour 2 cups into a bowl. Sprinkle four envelopes of unflavored gelatin over the hot water.
Once mixture has cooled a little, pour 5 cups of cold champagne (or a mixture of champagne and a sweet sparkling drink) over gelatin mixture.
Make sure to mix any gelatin that has stuck together until dissolved.
Pour into a 10×10 baking pan and refrigerate until firm. Cut into squares  (spray knife with vegetable oil spray) and serve.

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You can sprinkle jello shots with edible confetti, sprinkles or even disco dust. Keep in mind, disco dust is non-toxic, but no longer recommended for consumption. It’s up to you if you want to use it or not, but please read the label first. I personally think it’s hilarious how much everyone freaks out over it considering the other things we consume and inhale on a daily basis, but hey, that’s just my opinion. Like I said, it’s up to you. If you use it, just repeat the warning label to anyone who you share these treats with.

 

 

Here is the original champagne jello shot post:

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Here was the second updated post with more ideas and photos:

Champagne jello shots recipe by 1 Fine Cookie

 

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Champagne Jello Shots Video Tutorial
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Serves: 16
 
Ingredients
  • You do NOT have permission to paste or share this recipe anywhere without the author’s permission. Please see copyright standards in the footer of site. Visit: 1finecookie.com Search: “Champagne Jello Shots Video Tutorial” for photos, supply list and detailed instructions. Or click here
  • 2 cups hot water
  • 4 packets of unflavored gelatin powder
  • 5 cups of cold champagne
Instructions
  1. You do NOT have permission to paste or share this recipe anywhere without the author’s permission. Please see copyright standards in the footer of site. Visit: 1finecookie.com Search: “Champagne Jello Shots Video Tutorial” for photos, supply list and detailed instructions. Or click here
  2. Boil water and pour 2 cups into a bowl.
  3. Sprinkle four envelopes of unflavored gelatin over the water.
  4. Once mixture has cooled a little, pour 5 cups of cold champagne (or a mixture of champagne and a sweet sparkling drink) over gelatin mixture.
  5. Make sure to mix any gelatin that has stuck together until dissolved.
  6. Pour into a 10x10 baking pan and refrigerate until firm. Cut into squares and serve.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 Calories: 50

 

 

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