Shamrock Shots

Shamrock Shots

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My Shamrock Shots are fun, individual sized flavored vodka jello shots just for St. Patrick’s Day. They’re so much fun to make and even better to drink (eat).


It’s almost St. Patrick’s Day!

How stinkin’ cute are these little mason jars?? I had no idea they even existed until I saw them at Target. 

These are so easy and so much fun to make.

You can also let the kids be involved and leave out the alcohol, but I would probably get bigger “shot” glasses because these are pretty small and might be frustrating for little fingers.

The only time consuming thing about making these cute little things is making the jello and allowing them to set in the shot glasses. 

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The rainbows are Airhead sour candy strips that I easily curved. The pots of gold are tiny little pots that I found at Hobby Lobby for very cheap, and I cut burlap to wrap around the top of the pots.

You could use the plastic shot cups; those would work just as well!

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Obviously, I used Lucky Charms to decorate my little scene, and if you’re having a St. Patty’s Day party your guests will love this until they get too tipsy to really pay attention to it… 🥴Woozy Face on Apple


Speaking of St. Patrick’s Day, I have lots of corned beef recipes.

Since Reubens are my absolute favorite sandwich, I tend to use that taste profile to make unique dishes like Reuben Eggrolls, Reuben Stuffed Meatballs, Reuben Burger. <–You must, must taste!!

Here’s your printable –

Shamrock Shots

Shamrock Shots

St. Patrick's Day Grown Up Jello Shots


  • 2 – 3 ounce boxes of berry blue flavored Jello
  • 2 – 3 ounce boxes of cherry flavored Jello
  • 1/2 cup vodka
  • 1 – 1 ounce box of Knox gelatine
  • 14 ounces sweetened condensed milk
  • Lemon Drops candies
  • [Airhead Sour Extreme Candy Strips|https://tinyurl.com/yyvtfdtr], cut into thin strips


Make blue Jello according to package directions, adding 1/4 cup vodka.

Fill cup 1/4 of the way, refrigerate for two hours.

Repeat with cherry flavored jello.

In a large bowl pour 2 envelopes of gelatine, ¾ cup hot water, ¼ cup cold water. 

Mix to combine. 

In a separate bowl add sweetened condensed milk and 1 cup hot water. Whisk to combine. 

Very carefully pour milk mixture into gelatine mixture. Mix to combine. 

Pour white layer on top of set layers. 

Return to refrigerator to completely set; about 2 hours.

Fill another shot cup with lemon drops.

Bend the sour candy into rainbows; place one side into the jello shot and link by placing the other end of candy into cup containing lemon drops.

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  • Hannah Lagdameo
    April 8, 2019 at 1:28 AM

    It looks so cute and fun to do. I will suggest this on our batch reunion this weekend. Thank you so much for sharing.

  • Erin Vasicek
    March 26, 2019 at 8:26 AM

    These are so stinking fun! I’ll have to make these next year.

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