Looking just like creepy atomic goop, this Jello Shot Syringe Recipe is as fun to eat as they are to make! They are The Best Jello Shots for Halloween because they fit in with any Halloween theme.
Is your party about haunted asylums? Or maybe you’re doing a Dr. Frankenstien party. No matter what your party’s theme is, these green syringe jello shots fit right in.
Your guests will love them! Not only are they a mess-free way to eat a jello shot, but they are a lot of fun too.
Plus, you don’t have to worry about how to keep the air off the jello (which dries it out usually). When the jello shots are in the syringes, they are already protected from going stale.
If you’ve ever made jello before, you can make these. Keep reading and I’ll show you how easy they are, and even tell you where to get all the supplies you need.
What’s In Jello Shots
These are the easiest jello shots you will ever make! There are literally two ingredients.
All you need is some Sonic Green Apple gelatin and your favorite type of vodka. The Sonic gelatin is a lime green color that stands out, so make sure you grab that one.
What type of vodka should you use in jello shots? Honestly, just use your favorite kind. There is no wrong answer.
If you want the jello shots to be really sweet, use cupcake vodka. Or boost the apple flavors by using apple vodka.
Other than the syringes, you probably already have all the supplies you need in your kitchen.
You need a saucepan to heat up the water and gelatin. For stirring, I suggest using a whisk. It will incorporate more air into it.
Of course you’ll need some one-ounce syringes. Amazon is the best place to buy a large pack of plastic syringes.
Pouring the jello into the syringes can be kinda tricky. I suggest using a funnel. This will save you a lot of stress and mess.
Can you make them in jello cups?
Yes, you can definitely make them in cups instead of syringes. I suggest adding some whipped cream on top and garnishing with plastic eyeballs or something else on-theme if that’s what you’re going to do.
How To Store Jello Shots
These are the perfect party drinks to make ahead of time. Store the syringe jello shots in the refrigerator for up to three days.
You need to chill them in the fridge for at least four hours so that the jello sets and thickens.
Just place all the syringes in a bowl or tray and keep them in the fridge until the party starts.
I don’t recommend trying to freeze them. Jello doesn’t freeze well.
Then, when it’s party time, just grab the tray of syringes and set them out!
It really is that easy.
What makes Halloween syringe jello shots even more enjoyable is the element of fun they will bring to the party. You can experiment with different flavors and colors.
Plus, you can customize them to suit different preferences – from non-alcoholic versions for younger guests to spirited concoctions for adults.
More Halloween Drinks
This bright green Halloween jello shot recipe is one of my favorite Halloween jello shots. Here are some more spooky drinks to serve at your Halloween party
- Eyeball Jello Shots
- Ghostly Halloween Pina Coladas
- Spooky Halloween Mimosas
- Witches Brew Jello Shots
- Black and Orange Jello Shots
Serve all of them at your party! They all go together perfectly!
Here is the complete recipe. Print it out or pin it for later.
Halloween Jello Shot Syringe Recipe
- 48 Plastic Syringes
- 2 boxes Sonic Green Apple Gelatin
- 4 1/2 cups Water divided
- 1 1/2 cups Vodka
- In a medium saucepan, bring 2 1/2 cups of water to a boil.
- Remove from the heat and whisk in green apple jello, stirring until powder is dissolved.
- Add 2 cups cold water and 1 1/2 cups of vodka. Whisk to combine.
- Fill the syringes with jello mixture, and place them onto a plate or pan.
- Move the syringes to the refrigerator to chill for about 4 hours, until jello is set.
So, if you’re looking to add a touch of excitement and playfulness to your Halloween party, these syringe jello shots are an absolute must-have. They bring joy, creativity, and a hint of mischief to your gathering, making it a night to remember.
Cheers to the spine-chilling fun of Halloween syringe jello shots!