Strawberry Lemonade Jello Shots with Vodka

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These fun strawberry lemonade jello shots are made with vodka and served in lemon wedges.

Strawberry lemonade jello shots made with vodka and served in lemon wedges. Don't be fooled -- these lemon wedge jello shots are actually very easy to make!

Elevate your typical strawberry jello shots with this fun and creative strawberry lemonade jello shot recipe!

These tasty shots are perfect for serving at all your summer parties and backyard barbecues.

For more strawberry lemonade treats give this easy strawberry lemonade cupcake recipe a try, too.

Strawberry lemonade jello shots made with vodka and served in lemon wedges. Don't be fooled -- these lemon wedge jello shots are actually very easy to make!

Tell me that these jello shots don’t look amazing?!

Although it may look like you need wicked kitchen skills to make these jello shots, you totally don’t.

In reality these lemon wedge jello shots are actually very easy to make.

Looking for a non-alcoholic summer treat? Check out our yummy skinny peach lemonade recipe.

Strawberry lemonade jello shots made with vodka and served in lemon wedges. Don't be fooled -- these lemon wedge jello shots are actually very easy to make!

Strawberry Lemonade Jello Shot Ingredients & Supplies

Get started by gathering the supplies and ingredients that you will need for this jello shot recipe.

Ingredients:

  • 6 lemons
  • 2 cups fresh strawberries, sliced
  • 2 tbsp water
  • 1 cup lemonade (homemade or store bought)
  • 1 cup vodka
  • 2 packets of unflavored gelatin (we used Knox gelatin)

Supplies-wise you will need:

  • blender or food processor
  • medium sized saucepan
  • muffin tin

How to Make Strawberry Lemonade Jello Shots

Strawberry lemonade jello shots made with vodka and served in lemon wedges. Don't be fooled -- these lemon wedge jello shots are actually very easy to make!
Start by blending the strawberries and water using your food processor or blender.

Strawberry lemonade jello shots made with vodka and served in lemon wedges. Don't be fooled -- these lemon wedge jello shots are actually very easy to make!

Once blended, add in the lemonade and vodka. You can use homemade lemonade or premade lemonade – either one works. We used Simply Lemonade.

Strawberry lemonade jello shots made with vodka and served in lemon wedges. Don't be fooled -- these lemon wedge jello shots are actually very easy to make!

Next, transfer the mixture to a saucepan and heat over medium heat. Once it begins to steam, whisk in the gelatin. Remove from heat and set aside while you prepare the lemons.

Strawberry lemonade jello shots made with vodka and served in lemon wedges. Don't be fooled -- these lemon wedge jello shots are actually very easy to make!

Slice lemons in half.

Strawberry lemonade jello shots made with vodka and served in lemon wedges. Don't be fooled -- these lemon wedge jello shots are actually very easy to make!

Use a spoon or melon baller to remove the insides from each lelon halve.

Strawberry lemonade jello shots made with vodka and served in lemon wedges. Don't be fooled -- these lemon wedge jello shots are actually very easy to make!

Place lemon halves into a muffin tin to help stabilize them. Evenly pour the jello mixture into the empty lemon halves.

Refrigerate the lemon shots for 2-3 hours, until completely set.

Strawberry lemonade jello shots made with vodka and served in lemon wedges. Don't be fooled -- these lemon wedge jello shots are actually very easy to make!

Remove from refrigerator and slice each half in half once again before serving.

Strawberry lemonade jello shots made with vodka and served in lemon wedges. Don't be fooled -- these lemon wedge jello shots are actually very easy to make!

I hope that you enjoy these delicious strawberry lemonade jello shots!

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Strawberry lemonade jello shots made with vodka and served in lemon wedges. Don't be fooled -- these lemon wedge jello shots are actually very easy to make!
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4.70 from 43 votes

Strawberry Lemonade Jello Shots

Author: Jaclyn
Prep: 15 minutes
Cook: 5 minutes
Total: 20 minutes
Strawberry lemonade jello shots made with vodka and served in lemon wedges.

Ingredients
 

  • 6 lemons
  • 2 cups fresh strawberries sliced
  • 2 Tablespoons water
  • 1 cup lemonade homemade or store bought
  • 1 cup vodka
  • 2 packets unflavored gelatin we used Knox

Instructions

  • Blend strawberries together with the water in a food processor or blender. 
  • Add in lemonade and vodka.
  • Warm strawberry mixture in a saucepan and heat over medium heat. Once it begins to steam, whisk in the gelatin packets. Set aside.
  • Slice your lemons in half and scoop out the insides using a spoon or melon baller. Place your lemons into a muffin tin to stabilize them for the refrigerator.
  • Evenly pour the jello mixture into the empty lemon halves.
  • Refrigerate for 2-3 hours, until jello is set.
  • Before serving, slice lemons in half again.
Strawberry lemonade jello shots made with vodka and served in lemon wedges. Don't be fooled -- these lemon wedge jello shots are actually very easy to make!

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26 Comments

  1. These are awesome but if you heat the vodka with the rest of the mix, it will evaporate the alcohol. If you want the alcohol, I would let the mix cool down and add vodka afterwards. I’m gonna try these this weekend!

  2. Could you omit the alcohol and add …say.. more lemonade and let them be kid friendly? It would be fun at birthday parties

  3. I don’t have any fresh strawberries… Is there any alternative fruit/idea that would be just as great??

  4. These do look good but I was wondering if it’s okay to use frozen strawberries in place of the fresh ones?

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