When jello shots are made correctly, they will not freeze. A jello shot is an alcoholic beverage that consists of distilled liquor mixed into a gelatin dessert and chilled.Know More
The alcohol that is used to make the jello shots freezes at a lower freezing point than water. Most domestic freezers won't get this cold. If the jello shots are placed in the freezer, the liquid can start to crystallize, the consistency of the liquid will begin to change, and the taste will not be the same.
Popular choices to use in jello shots include rum, tequila and vodka.Learn more about Liquor & Cocktails
A 750-milliliter bottle of liquor converts to 25.4 ounces in volume, meaning that it contains approximately 12.7 shots of liquor if using a standard 2-ounce shot glass. This amount varies, as shot glasses can also be 1.5 ounces or 1.25 ounces.Full Answer >
Ingredients needed to make vodka Jell-O shots consist of vodka, Jell-O or another brand of flavored gelatin, cold water and boiling water. If the bartender does not have any vodka available, light rum is an acceptable substitute for making Jell-O shots.Full Answer >
Create simple Jell-O shots by adding boiling water to a package of gelatin and mixing in alcoholic spirits. About.com recommends pouring the hot liquid into plastic shot cups that are easy to squeeze to allow the gelatin to set.Full Answer >
One 3-ounce box of Jell-O will make about 16 single-ounce Jell-O shots. Three ounces is the typical standard size box for most kinds of gelatin.Full Answer >