Putting the Bloody Mary in Jello-Shots.

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When Rachelcakesmakes and I were trying to figure out what to bring to my brother’s tailgate, I figured we’d have to bring at least something that was boozy.  Then I found the two year old giant bottle of Absolute Peppar stashed away in the cupboard.  There is only one thing you can make with that and that’s bloody mary’s.  Put a bunch of college kids into the mix and let’s see if we can turn it into a jello-shot.

So we did a little bit of searching on the internet and found a recipe (who knew?!?).  We tweaked it a little bit.  Took out an ingredient or two, added a little bit of dill, (that little bit makes all the difference).  As a self proclaimed bloody mary “expert”, I prefer mine with a little bit more “bite”.  So we added a lot more worcestershire sauce than what the original recipe called for.

Keep in mind that this is a jello-shot.  So the vodka flavor is VERY strong.  We ended up sprinkling bacon flavored salt on the top to help mask some of that flavor.

Just a word of caution:  If you are NOT a fan of bloody mary’s this recipe is NOT for you!  

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Bloody Mary Jello-shot

adapted from the improv kitchen

Ingredients:
1 c. tomato juice
1 packet knox gelatin
¼ t. lemon juice
¼ t. garlic powder
¼ t. onion powder
¼ t. pepper (omit if using absolute peppar)
¼ t. salt
half tablespoon of worcestershire sauce (or as needed)
squirt of tabasco sauce
¾ c. vodka
flavored salt for the topping
Mix all ingredients except the vodka, gelatin, and celery stalks in a pot over medium heat. When liquid is bubbling, add gelatin and stir until dissolved. Pull mixture off the heat and let cool for 1 minute. Add vodka and then pour into little jello-shot cups.
If you try this out, please let us know if you end up liking it
xo – Kristin
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