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Best Tasting Jell-O Shot Recipes

Best Tasting Jell-O Shot Recipes
Updated 10/29/09 The Experiment Previously, we investigated the strongest possible Jell-O shotand showed that a Jell-O shot can, in fact, be lit on fire. The reader response to these investigations was overwhelming, we received hundreds of methods and recipes for producing the "best" Jell-O shot. Equipped with this reader input, a minibar’s worth of booze, a grocery cart full of Jell-O, and the spirit of scientific investigation, we embarked on a grueling series of further Jell-O shot trials, and here we present our findings. The Flavor Challenge Previously we focused our efforts on maximizing the alcoholic potency of the shots. In our selection of liquors and recipe combinations, we tried to stick to the basics: liquors and ingredients that were economical and easy to find or likely to be on hand. Start With the Basics Here’s a rundown of some of the best basic Jell-O/liquor combinations that we tried. These shots were prepared by dissolving 3 oz. Our most important finding? Pickled Fruit Related:  Drinks & Party

Jello shots (chupitos de gelatina) con forma de sandía Los Jello shots son chupitos de gelatina con alguna bebida alcohólica. Se suelen tomar en vasos pequeñitos, de chupito, pero creo que es bastante más original hacerlo en forma de sandía, ¿verdad?. La idea está sacada de este blog, ¡no me digáis que no son bonitos! Esta vez, además de la receta os dejo el video de cómo los hice. Ingredientes 10 limas 1 sobre de gelatina de sandía o fresa (el sabor que queráis mientras sea roja) 250 ml de agua hirviendo 100 ml de ginebra, vodka o el alcohol que prefirais (tiene que estar muy frío) 150 ml de agua muy fría fideos de chocolate Lavar muy bien las limas y cortarlas por la mitad. Poner a hervir 250 ml de agua y cuando hierva añadir el sobre de gelatina. Una vez retirado del fuego añadir la bebida alcohólica más los 150 ml de agua, todo muy frío. Rellenar con esto las limas y meter en la nevera hasta que cuaje. Cuando estén listas cortar cada mitad a su vez en nuevas mitades y decorar con fideos de chocolate simulando las pepitas de la sandía.

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Nutella Shots Guess what I am drinking tonight? Ingredients & Measurements: • 1 cup ice • ½ cup milk • 2 tablespoons Nutella • 1 shot Baileys or Frangelico Hazelnut liquor • 1 shot vanilla vodka Instructions: Place all the ingredients into a blender and blend until thick and creamy. That’s it, now it’s time to get stinking drunk…enjoy! [Cheers thisbottleofvodka]

Jello Shots recipe Jello shots are easy to make and great for parties. There are tons of flavors and variations, read all the suggestions... this recipe is a nice tasting example on how to do it. Mix hot water and jello. Add rum. More comments Vodka jello shots posted by beckie throop @ 02:40PM, 5/19/06 Vodka jello shots are the best, nothing taste as good as jello shots. Jello Shots posted by B. I've made j-shots with all types of alcohols over the past few years. Summer! posted by laura @ 10:28AM, 5/27/06 Nothing says summer better than Jello shots! You can use... posted by Tonya @ 03:12PM, 5/29/06 You can also use berry blue jello and uv blue vodka....yummie! Festive posted by miria @ 07:08PM, 5/30/06 Adding sparkling wine and raspberry vodka to strawberry jello is fun and unexpectedly fizzy. Praise Jesus! posted by Steve @ 08:51PM, 5/30/06 I think if Jesus was a drink, he'd be a Jello Shot. Sweet Tip posted by NightBoy in San Diego @ 02:07AM, 5/31/06 Snack packs posted by Simi @ 06:05PM, 6/02/06 Jello shot cups Party time

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10 Best Sexual Drinking Games | Top Ten Soup Some of the best sexual drinking games can be done either in an intimate setting with only you and your girlfriend or you can make it a party and have multiple people. The ten most commonly played sexual drinking games are: Nine cans of beer or the floor. In this game you will need about nine cans of beer per person, (NOTE: not everyone will finish this game) a shot glass and a time keeper. Every minute for 100 minutes you take a shot of beer. At first that may seem easy enough but when you add it up it comes out to about nine beers in just over an hour and a half. How to Make Jello Shots (with pictures) These are very strong Jello shots, with 3/4 oz. (22 ml) or 1-1/2 oz. (45 ml) of vodka in each shot, respectively. Eat them responsibly. 1Start with a 3-ounce (85 g) package of Jello. Lime and orange flavors are ideal, as they will taste similar to vodka-based mixed drinks. Cherry may leave your Jello with a flavor reminiscent of cough syrup. Berry blue and grape are not recommended either. 2Mix the powder with 1/2 cup of boiling water. 5Pour the mixture into cups.

Ever Wonder Why... funny things we all say EVER WONDER... ...why the sun lightens our hair, but darkens our skin? ...why women can't put on mascara with their mouth closed? ...why you don't ever see the headline "Psychic Wins Lottery"? back to... Cómo hacer gelatina de colores iStockphoto/Thinkstock La gelatina es una buena opción para las fiestas, especialmente de los niños, porque son muy sabrosas y pueden llegar a ser muy coloridas también. ¿Quisieras aprender a hacer gelatina de colores para sorprender a tus peques? ¡ElGranChef te trae la receta para que la disfrutes! Esta receta de gelatina de colores te será muy útil para cuando quieras un postre que les guste a todos, que sea económico y divertido. Ingredientes: 4 sobres de gelatina, de distintos sabores6 sobres de gelatina sin sabor, divididos5 - 3/4 tazas de agua hirviendo, divididas1 lata de leche condensada1/4 taza de agua fría Preparación: En un recipiente pequeño, mezcla el contenido de 1 sobre de gelatina con sabor y 1 sobre de gelatina sin sabor. En otro recipiente pequeño, combina la leche condensada con 1 taza de agua hirviendo. En un tercer recipiente, vierte 2 sobres de gelatina sin sabor con el agua fría. Ahora vierte este contenido sobre el recipiente que tiene la leche condensada. ¿Qué tal?

Crack a Master Combination Padlock Redux - Illustration - Lifeha As a locksmith, I have a responsibility to the public to educate folks on things like this. Sorry, friend, but your initial statement is false, unless you're referring to locks which are not considered padlocks. Even then, certain door-mounted cylinders are susceptible to a variation on this attack. While the introduction of ball-bearings in the locking dog has significantly reduced the percentage of locks with which this attack is effective, it still works on a very large number of cheap padlocks without this particular addition. This was some time ago but if I recall correctly he was talking about prying his combo lock faceplate open (at least that's what I think I was referring to). I do have to admit my response and his post are not that well written so I'm not sure. I just read his post, and it appears to me that he is talking about shimming as it's described in the article. I must also admit that my response was a bit vague.

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