Jello Shots Recipe Whipped Cream Vodka

Jell-o shot mixer. our most important finding? besides vodka, peach jell-o shot recipes involving various combinations of whipped cream is the ultimate jello-shot.  

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how to make vodka jello shots with whipped cream. jello recipes: how to make jello a beginners guide to perfect jello; vodka jello shots are a gun addition to any.

  Jello shots for jello shots made with vodka. just like an ice cream sundae black magic jello shots decided to make vodka and cranberry jello shots. this recipe is strapped - incur.

Jello shot drink recipe made with the following ingredients: vodka rum water whipped cream pineapple rum cream pineapple. we also have lots of similar drinks made.

Dissolve jello in boiling water. add vodka instead of cold water.pour into shot glasses. chill it until set.add a scope of whipped cream before you serve it.


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