This homemade apple cider fireball whiskey jello shots recipe is prepared into individual servings that can bring out the amazing dancer in you who is just waiting to come out.
Why not bring the flavor of apple cider with a fireball cinnamon twist to your next party? It’s downright amazing the number of ways you can utilize apple cider in any drink or dish offering you create for your party. One such way is by creating some yummy Jell-O shots.
With the recipe you’ll find below, you can make some delicious shots featuring apple cider to recreate the seasonal pleasure you can only find with this beverage.
To make the shot authentic, you just add in some apple flavored schnapps and some fireball cinnamon whisky. Whiskey is the choice for this recipe because vodka just wouldn’t create the same, smooth taste that you want when you’re enjoying apple cider.
When you’re creating this great party favor, you’ll find that the recipe calls for apple cider, not hard apple cider. Since you’re adding the whisky and schnapps, you don’t need more alcohol from the cider itself. Even if you barely taste the alcohol, you’ll find that it contains more than enough kick to get your party going.
Ingredients for Apple Cider Jello Shots
1 cup of water
2 cups Hard Apple Cider
1/2 cup of Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey
1/2 cup of Sour Apple Schnapps
2 envelopes of Knox Gelatin
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Nothing shouts that fall is finally here except that first warm sip of apple cider. There’s just something about this drink that makes us all welcome the first changing of the leaves’ colors from green to reds, yellows, and golds. Fall is the perfect time for gatherings of all kinds where we can celebrate the season and all it has to offer.
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