Hey you! So here’s a question…do you like champagne? Yes? Perfect!
Now how about Jello shots? Delicious right? I mean they’re perfectly portioned, fun to eat, and pretty well mask the flavor of whatever alcohol is in there just right.
Well how about some champagne peach Jello shots??
Now, I know what you’re probably thinking…one, champagne in a shot, really?! And who knew peach flavored Jello was a thing! Yes, peach is a flavor that you’ve probably overlooked on the shelf, but that combined with some champagne makes for one delicious shot. I’ve made them for a few parties now and each time they seem to be a big hit. They’re also just a fun change from the standard shot. And did I mention they’re delicious? The champagne flavor comes thru just enough, but that peach flavor makes it all the more tasty.
The original recipe comes from the blog Hoboken Girl and is actually for Peach-Strawberry Champagne Jello shots, which also sound great. Click here to check it out! I did a little adapting, but always reference this recipe when I need a reminder of how to go about making them.
Here’s my take:
- 2 packages of regular Peach Jello
- 1.5 cups of boiling water
- 2.5 cups of champagne (whichever brand you prefer!)
- Clear Disposable Plastic Cups (your shot glasses)
- Mix the contents of the peach Jello packages and boiling water in a medium sized bowl. Stir until the Jello powder has all dissolved. Refrigerate for 15 minutes.
- After 15 minutes, add the champagne to the bowl and stir until well mixed. Refrigerate for 30 minutes or until the Jello has just slightly thickened.
- After 30 minutes, pour the mixture into your shot glasses.
- Refrigerate at least 4-5 hours to allow the Jello to set. If possible, refrigerate overnight.
- Enjoy with friends!
*Note – I haven’t ever tried just mixing all the ingredients (the Jello powder, boiling water and champagne) together up front. Haven’t been brave enough to try that just yet. But if you do, let us know!*
After making these pretty recently, I thought I had taken some pictures of the final product. And do you think I can find those pictures? No, I cannot. But check out the link to Hoboken Girl’s recipe and you’ll find some great ones of her final product!
Hope you and your friends enjoy!