Perfect your boozy shots by storing your Jell-O shots upside down

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For perfect jelly shots that guests can throw back like a regular liquid shot, use a combination of cooking spray and upside down storage. Before pouring in the liquid gelatin mix, give the cups and their lids a light misting of cooking spray. It’s important to spray the inside of the lids as well so that your Jell-O shot doesn’t stick to them when opened. Use a paper towel to wipe off excess oil and ensure the walls of the cup are evenly coated. And don’t worry; cooking spray doesn’t add any unwanted flavors to your delicious shot.

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Next, pour in the alcohol-gelatin mix, secure the lids, and turn the plastic cups upside down before refrigerating the batch. Give them at least three hours to set, and more if required. If you find that your shots are still too runny after several hours in the fridge, it’s probably because the alcohol content is too high, and they need more gelatin to set.

If you’re worried about the shots not setting or getting stuck in the container, party syringes work well, as they come with a plunger to push the shot out. You can also make a large batch of boozy jelly in a baking tray and cut it into cubes for easy consumption. These Jell-O cubes are perfect for summer picnics, and you can use the ice tray hack to ensure they remain chilled even when you’re partying in the sun.

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