Get in the Holiday Spirit with Festive These Christmas Jello Shots

Celebrate the happiness of the season with these festive Christmas Jello Shots. You’ll have the best party with these easy and Creative Christmas Ideas.

Are you hosting a Christmas party this year? If so, you need all of these fun recipes! Make all of them or pick out your favorites. They are so easy that you don’t have to choose.

In fact, there is something for every kind of party that you’re hosting. Don’t stress about planning the drinks for your party, just pick out a few recipes from this list.

20 creative Christmas jello shots in holiday flavors.

There is so much to love about tasty holiday Jello shots. They are easy, you can make them ahead, and you can make kid-friendly versions too!

Whether you want to bring jello shots as a hostess gift or you just need some easy drink recipes that won’t have you shaking and mixing all night long, you’ll find something you love in this list.

I’ll even share some tips and answer questions about holiday jello shots!

What Are Jello Shots

Jello shots are colorful and fun alcoholic beverages that are typically served in small, single-serving containers.

I usually make mine in small disposable cups that come with lids. That way, I don’t have to do dishes and I can make them ahead of time.

But other people make them in glass shot glasses or even hollowed-out fruit peels like orange or lime halves. The key characteristic of a jello shot is that it combines gelatin and alcohol to create a unique and on-theme cocktail.

Must-Have Supplies

What supplies do you need when you make Christmas jello shots? Some recipes will need different supplies, but pretty much all of them use the same things.

You’ll definitely need a saucepan. This will boil the water and the gelatin.

You’ll also need disposable condiment cups that come with lids. This way you can make them ahead of time and keep them fresh.

Finally, you might also need a piping bag and a tip. Some jello shots require a bit of whipped cream on top.

Click through to each recipe in this list. It will tell you which tools and supplies you’ll need.

How To Make Non-Alcoholic Jello Shots

Do you have to make jello shots alcoholic? No, you don’t have to add alcohol to jello shots. You can make them without alcohol and they will taste delicious!

The way to make virgin jello shots might differ from recipe to recipe. I suggest clicking through to each recipe to see what it suggests.

Often, you can replace the alcohol with fruit juice or water. You just have to pay attention to the other flavors that are in the shot.

If the shot is sparkling, then ginger ale or sparkling grape juice will work as a replacement.

20 creative Christmas jello shots in holiday flavors.

The best way to know how to make non-alcoholic jello shots is to read the tips in the recipe post.

Christmas Recipe Ideas:

If you’re hosting a Christmas party, you’ll need some food to go with the jello shots! Here are a few of my most popular Christmas dessert recipes.

It’s really easy to make desserts that everyone loves. Sometimes, it’s more about the decorating and less about the baking.

Are you ready for the list of jello shots? Here you go! Whether you want something that is blatantly festive and jolly or something that is loosely holiday-themed, I’ve got ya covered.

Supplies you’ll need

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'Tis the season to be jolly, and what better way to spread the holiday cheer than with Christmas-themed Jello shots? These delightful and festive concoctions are the perfect addition to your holiday gatherings, adding a touch of merriment to the celebrations.

I hope you enjoyed these Christmas jello shots! Don’t forget to pin this to Pinterest so you can find it when you plan your party!

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Hi, I’m Susan! Thanks for stopping by Oh My! Creative. I like to have fun, make fun things…you know, create stuff! I love DIY, decorating and design and like any girl…shopping and lunch!
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