Shots are a crowd-pleasing party favorite no matter the celebration. The single-gulp drink is famous for its many variations. Now thanks to some adventurous TikTokers and a seriously convenient shot glass mold, you can have your shot and eat it, too! From candy to cookies, here are five edible shot glass recipes guaranteed to make your next soirée a memorable one.
This recipe is a grown-up take on the classic hard candy. After unwrapping the Jolly Ranchers, the sweet-toothed TikToker places them into a silicone shot glass mold. They recommend using 15 candies per glass. Finally, they bake them in the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 15 minutes before letting them cool for a few hours to solidify their shape.
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Chocolate has ascended to a new form with this recipe. TikToker @areesa begins by pouring melted chocolate into a small paper cup. Once the cup is filled, she pours out any remaining chocolate. After chilling, she pokes a small hole in the bottom of the paper cup and then pops out the chocolate shot glass. For a finishing touch, she dips the rim of the glass in melted chocolate before topping it off with rainbow sprinkles.
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This sweet shot glass recipe involves tucking your granny’s favorite hard candy caramels into the shot glass mold. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes, then let them harden and cool. This particular flavor of shot glass goes splendidly with brandy.
This recipe will be the toast of the holiday party. To make it, snap up a bunch of candy canes into small sticks. Next, place the peppermint sticks evenly along the side of the shot glass mold and cover the top with fragments from the hook end of the cane. Finally, bake and let cool. Pour in some hot chocolate and peppermint schnapps, then garnish with whipped cream and a dusting of any remaining peppermint scraps.
For a daring take on Starburst candy, look no further than this recipe. TikToker @bigman8041 unwraps each chewy candy and tucks them into the shot glass mold. Next, he bakes them until the candy completely melts and then sets them out to cool. This citrusy shot glass pairs well with any vodka.
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