Basic Instructions: Take one small box of Jello (0.35 oz), Dissolve in 1 cup boiling water, add 1 cup vodka and stir. Then you can put them into shot glasses, ice trays or in 1 oz plastic or paper cups. Chill until firm. The cups are at party supply stores. They even have some with lids on, so you can keep them cold in a punch bowl of ice, throughout a party. Take a knife and loosen the edges of the jello if you use shot glasses, ice trays or the plastic cups. The paper ones are easiest, I think...you can just squeeze it into your mouth. THere are also some recipes, which follow: Add Jello to boiling water and substitute a 50/50 mix of vodka and sour mix for cold water. Pour into shot glasses and put in the refrigerator to cool. Posted to FOODWINE Digest by "Stephanie K. Rawlins"
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