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Champagne + Chambord Jigglers

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ChampagneJelloShotsChampagneJelloShots-1If you’re hosting a “galentine’s” or cooking something special for a loved one for Valentine’s Day, start it off right with these chic and gourmet Champagne and Chambord Jigglers! These are not your college party Jell-o shots. We’re proving that gelatin shots can be luxury! Probably the most classy Jell-o shot we’ve ever tasted! You have to try these. Cheers!!

Champagne and Chambord Jigglers
5 cups Champagne
1 1/4 cups Chambord
6 tablespoons lemon juice
6 tablespoons sugar
9 packs gelatin
Pink food coloring (only if you want, but not necessary. They will be a very light color of Chambord if you don’t use food coloring)

Mix the Champagne, sugar and lemon juice in a pot. Add the packets of gelatin and let proof for a few minutes. Once bloomed, put the pot over medium heat and bring to a slow boil until the gelatin is dissolved.

Take off the heat and add in the Chambord. Pour into a square baking dish and cover in the fridge for a few hours until set. Cut into squares of deliciousness and enjoy!

 

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7 responses to Champagne + Chambord Jigglers

  1. Gina
    February 10, 2016

    Hi Eden! Love the recipe for the fancy jello shots. I do have one tiny question…Do you still need to add the food coloring and if so, when do you add it? Thanks so much!

    1. Eden
      February 10, 2016

      Hi Gina!! You don’t need food coloring (I should clarify that in the post!) but I did to make them that bright pink color. Otherwise, they’re actually a very light maroon, pink!

  2. BEYOND!!! <3

    1. Eden
      February 10, 2016

      Thanks Becky!!!

  3. February 10, 2016

    Champagne Jell-o shots is such a brilliant idea! I seriously cannot to make these!

    xx, Caitlin
    http://www.wandererandwolf.wordpress.com

  4. Valerie Penny
    December 31, 2016

    What kind of champagne do you use?

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