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5 Easy Jello Shots Inspired by Your Favorite Brunch Drinks

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The best way to cure a hangover after a night of too many Jello Shots is with more Jello Shots—brunchy Jello Shots, to be exact. From the Bloody Mary (complete with celery) to Bellinis to Irish Coffee, we took your favorite go-to brunch drinks and turned them into wiggly, jiggly, extra-boozy Jello Shots. They’re so good and so cute, you can even serve them to your mom.

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This is the best, laziest way to consume a Bloody Mary. Served in a celery stalk, the whole thing is entirely edible. You don’t even need to put forth the effort it takes to slurp through a straw. Just lift, bite, chew, repeat. The savory snack turns old-school tomato aspic on its head and makes for the greatest brunchtime appetizer/drink to ever grace a breakfast table.

The Essentials

Bloody Mary mix
unflavored gelatin
Vodka
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Packed with peach nectar, sparkling wine and just a splash (OK, it’s a little more than a splash) of vodka, these peachy keen nibbles are everything you love about Bellinis in one bite. They’re sweet but not too sweet, making them an all-around crowd-pleaser.

The Essentials

peach nectar
Vodka
Sparkling Wine
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These jiggly versions of a Screwdriver are nearly as easy to make as the original drink. Simply mix orange juice with gelatin, heat and add vodka. After a couple of hours in the fridge, you’ll have your daily dose of vitamin C (and vodka) ready for noshing. Make sure you use fresh or high-quality orange juice—with just three ingredients in this recipe, it really makes all the difference.

The Essentials

orange juice
vodka
unflavored gelatin
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A spiked Arnold Palmer (also known as a John Daly) is an underrated but extra-delicious brunch drink, filled with sweet-tart lemonade, caffeinated tea and booze. These gelatinized versions are made with fresh lemon juice for a terrifically citrusy kick, while fresh, hot tea adds some sophisticated depth and weight. We opted for vodka in this recipe, but whiskey could also work if you prefer your morning Jello Shots with more oomph.

The Essentials

black tea
vodka
lemon juice
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These Jello Shot versions of an Irish Coffee might not be as cozy and warming as the original, but they are just as satisfying—especially topped with whipped cream (the canned stuff is the way to go when it comes to these babies). Made with freshly brewed coffee, cinnamon simple syrup and Irish whiskey, they’re not your everyday Jello Shot, but you’ll surely be thinking about them every day after trying just one.

The Essentials

hot coffee
irish whiskey
Cinnamon Syrup

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