1Heat orange juice in sauce pan until boiling. Stir in powdered Jell-o until well-blended and all powder is dissolved. Pour vodka and stir gently.
2Liquid can be poured into either glass or plastic shot glasses. Some people prefer to use small, 2 ounce paper cups because these can be turned inside out as Jell-o shots tend to stick to their containers. In an effort to combat this, we sprayed a thin layer of Baker’s Joy cooking spray into glass shot glasses before pouring in the Jell-o.
3You can use several methods to get the Jell-o mixture neatly into the shot glasses. We used a turkey baster, but other methods could be to use an amazing new bowl from ISI North America or a simple ladle.
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