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10 Dressed Up Jello Shots for Your Summer Party

Remember when Jello shots were alcoholic red Jello in a Dixie cup? If you were lucky there might have been a bit of whipped cream, but that was it. Well no more. The creative geniuses behind the blog, Jello Shot Test Kitchen have taken the Jello shot to new culinary creative heights. These shots feature classic cocktails along with the freshest ingredients. And instead of using artificially favored Jello, they use unflavored gelatin and let the flavors of the other ingredients shine.

The blog, Jello Shot Test Kitchen has had lots of early success because of their beautiful and creative skills. The people behind the blog, Michelle, and her intern Doug, have worked very hard to create Jello shots that are not only delicious but also visually appealing. They use all sorts or molds and garnishes to create Jello shots that are fancy enough for any type of summer party or gathering from a backyard summer BBQ to a more formal wedding.

Their book, (available through this link at Amazon) Jelly Shot Test Kitchen: Jell-ing Classic Cocktails-One Drink at a Time just came out a few months ago and offers over 60 delicious Jello shots.

The classic cocktails they transform into Jello shots are very good too. I was surprised to find my favorite dessert drink, a Bushwacker made into a shot on their blog. I have also included here in this slideshow just a few of my favorite shots from their blog. Be sure to head on over to their blog Jello Shot Test Kitchen for even more great recipes. You can also follow the blog on Facebook and Twitter.

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All photos by Michelle and Doug of Jello Shot Test Kitchen.

Planning a menu for kids, too? Try these 20 fuss-free summer party recipes!

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