Easter Egg Jello Shots

Step into the Mixology Lab with Premier Innovation Group‘s Lead Mixologist Tara Shinn and check out these custom Jello creations for Easter. If you are like I am and would like to impress your friends and family every possible minute you can, I would suggest showing up with custom Easter Egg Jello Shots this Easter. Using the same plastic Easter eggs you grew up with as a kid, you can turn those into a shell to create delicious Jello Shots to share with your family and friends at your next gathering.

Supplies needed for Jello Shots!

2 bottles of Vodka
6 boxes of assorted jello flavors
2 boxes of plain gelatin packets
24 plastic eggs

If you want to go the basic route, you can cut the recipe in half, but I highly recommend using 6 different colors for the eggs to gain more contrast. In a bowl, stir 1 box of flavored gelatin and 1 packed of unflavored gelatin to mix.

Stir in 1 cup of boiling water until all the powder is dissolved, then add in 1 cup of premium chilled vodka (I stuck mine in the freezer overnight). For plain eggs, hold the egg halves under the jello and connect the halves, trying to get as little air in as possible. Set upside down in an egg carton or shot glass while you refrigerate them so the air bubble forms on the bottom.

For multi-layered eggs, set the egg halves in an egg carton or mini muffin pan and spoon in a bit of jello before sticking them in the fridge for about 10- 15 minutes to set up. When the jello layers are semi-set and still sticky, repeat the process with another color. Keep adding layers until the halves are just about filled and the last layer is semi-set, then attach the halves underneath the liquid of the last box of prepared jello, and chill overnight. To release the eggs, hold them under warm water for a few seconds, then gently open.

Make your own Easter Egg Jello Shots and share them with us! Let me know how it works out for you!



  1. Jen said:

    thanks for the recipe! the dunking turned my hands red but it was worth it

  2. Renee Martin said:

    You can use the egg holder plastic trays instead of the eggs, just move fast and put them in the tray quickly, or tape the bottom of the hole. I know way too much about this! 🙂

  3. Leandra Narvaiz said:

    We used regular plastic eggs and just used hot glue to fill in the holes it worked out great

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