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Boozy Easter Egg Jello Shots

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Grab your plastic Easter egg and use it to make these delicious Easter egg jello shots. The perfect jello shot for Easter this holiday. This is a jello jigglers for adults in a sense. Ramp up your Easter with these addictive Easter jello shots.

Pile of egg-shaped Jello Shots in a basket.

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Jello shot Easter egg shots are different than a classic jello shot. You reach for plastic Easter eggs to use as the mold for shaping your jello shots into an egg shape. Talk about a fun and tasty twist to fit the Easter season.

If you are a lover of Easter, here are a few more Easter themed recipes you have to check out when you have time. Easter thumbprint cookies, chicken salad, or creamy mashed sweet potatoes to elevate your Easter dinner.

Why We Love This Recipe

  1. Made in an Easter egg, you have a fun shaped Jello shot to serve up.
  2. Use any flavor of Jello you want. Or make a variety for guests to pick and choose from.
  3. Vodka is what I reached for but you can easily use any of your favorite alcoholic beverages.
  4. Simple prep.

Ingredients you will need

Vegetable oil, jello, gelatin, boiling water, and vodka on a marble countertop.
  • Vegetable Oil – Nonstick coating for plastic eggs.
  • Jello – Any 6 ounce box of jello.
  • Gelatin – Non-flavored gelatin firms up jello.
  • Water – Filtered water, tasteless option.
  • Vodka – Booze for spiking jello. Plain, flavored, etc.

The complete list of ingredients, quantities, and instructions can be found in the printable recipe card below.

How To Make Easter egg jello shots

Collage of using plastic eggs to create boozy Easter egg Jello shots.
  1. Take a sharp knife and carefully cut a small hole i the top of the Easter egg. Or if there is a small hole already just enlarge it a bit so you can pour jello into the egg easier. (Photo 1)
  2. Brush the inside of the eggs with vegetable oil to make sure it is nonstick. (Photo 2)
  3. Next, you will put the egg together and place tape around the seam of the egg so it won’t leak out the jello when you pour it in. (Photo 3)
  4. In a small bowl, add your jello and gelatin together. (Photo 4)
Collage of creating purple Easter egg jello shots.
  1. Add boiling water and stir to dissolve the gelatin. This takes 1-2 minutes. (Photo 5)
  2. Pour in the vodka and mix to combine. (Photo 6)
  3. Then with a food syringe, pour the jello mixture into the eggs through the hole you created. (Photo 7)
  4. Refrigerate until set up, then remove from the shell and enjoy. (Photo 8)
Bowls of egg-shaped Jello Shots.

Recipe Tips

  • You have to spray cooking spray or brush with oil or the jello will stick in the plastic eggs.
  • Make sure to use gelatin and jello mix, as you want the eggs to be firmer in texture.
  • Any flavor of jello works for this recipe.
  • Swap vodka with tequila, schnapps, rum, etc. Any alcohol works great for recipe.
  • Store with the hole at the top, or it will leak out.
  • Placing eggs in an egg carton are a great way to store while the jello is setting up.

Storing Tips


You will want to refrigerate these vodka Easter jello shots. Place in a sealed container and refrigerate for up to 4-5 days. The jello is best eaten within the first few days, but you can store them longer if you need.

Once the eggs are set, I do prefer to remove from the plastic containers and then just store in a sealed bag or container.


You will not be able to freeze these jello shots. Freezing creates a totally different texture to jello. The vodka will not freeze, so it will cause the jello shots to separate and break down once you go to thaw them.

What To Serve With Jello Shots

Jello shots are more of a party food. So you don’t want to serve a whole meal, and this be the dessert. Here are some other boozy items you could serve as another option or in addition to the egg shots.

Check out these Mardi gras shots. They are pastel would could easily be used for an Easter shot. Or whip up this mango margarita that is bursting with tropical flavor.

Egg shaped Jello Shots in an egg carton.

Recipe FAQs

Can I add additional alcohol to jello shots?

1 to 1 1/2 cups of alcohol is all your shots can handle. If you add too much, it is going to cause your jello to not set up properly, and you will have a liquidy mess.

Why do you add oil to the inside of plastic eggs?

Adding oil is going to create a non-stick surface. So when you go to remove the jello, it will come right out of the jello mold. Otherwise, the jello will stick, and you will have a mess on your hand trying to get it out.

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Basket of egg-shaped Jello Shots.
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Easter Egg Jello Shots

Author: Kim Schob
Course: Beverages
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Refrigerate 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours 15 minutes
Easter Egg Jello Shots are a vodka jello shot that is made in a plastic Easter egg. Get in the spirit of Easter with these easy vodka Easter egg jello shots.


  • 6 Plastic Easter Eggs That Split Open
  • Empty Egg Carton or Holder
  • Sharp Knife
  • Scotch Tape
  • Small Mixing Bowl
  • Kettle (to boil the water)


  • 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil
  • 1- 6 ounce (198 ½ g) box of jello
  • 1 tablespoon or 1 packet of gelatin
  • 1 cup (236 ⅗ g) of boiling water
  • 1 cup (240 g) of vodka


  • Using a sharp knife, carefully make a small hole (or make an existing one a little larger) at the top of the plastic Easter egg.
  • Brush the inside of the plastic egg with vegetable oil.
  • Put the two sides of the egg together and seal the seams using scotch tape. A lot of the plastic Easter eggs have drainage holes, be sure to cover those with tape too. Set in the holder and aside for now. Leave open the hole that you made (or made larger).
  • In a small bowl, stir the contents of the jello package and the gelatin.
  • Add the boiling water and whisk until fully dissolved.
  • Add the vodka and stir a couple of times.
  • Using the food safe syringe, fill each egg through the hole at the top of the egg. Carefully fill to the top. A standard, small size plastic egg holds approximately 60 milliliters or 2 ounces.
  • Once filled, place in the fridge until the jello sets, approximately 1.5- 2 hours.
  • Carefully remove the tape and break open the egg.
  • Remove and enjoy!


Jello – Any flavor of jello can be used in addition to the gelatin. 
Tape – You need to make sure to use quality tape or the egg will leak when you go to pour in the liquid. 
Hole in top – You just want a hole in the top of the egg to ensure it is going to allow you to easily pour the liquid inside. 
Egg Carton – Placing plastic eggs in an egg carton works great at keeping the eggs in the upright position as you are waiting for the jello to set up in the fridge. 
Refrigerate – Refrigerate your jello shots until you are ready. You can remove from the molds once the eggs are fully set up. Then store in a sealed bag or container in the fridge. 

Nutrition Information

Calories: 242kcal (12%) Carbohydrates: 30g (10%) Protein: 4g (8%) Fat: 2g (3%) Saturated Fat: 0.3g (2%) Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g Monounsaturated Fat: 1g Trans Fat: 0.01g Sodium: 159mg (7%) Potassium: 3mg Sugar: 28g (31%) Calcium: 3mg Iron: 0.1mg (1%)

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