You still have time to make these champagne jello shots for a New Year's Eve party tonight. Created by Lindsey Ferrier and Emily Rhyne from Mashable, the celebratory shooters are a festive way to feel merry and ring in 2016.
Champagne is a fairly traditional beverage on New Year's. Even though jello shots are more reminiscent of college partying, combining the two is a fun and whimsical choice that won't be as hard to take as liquor like vodka.
These champagne jello shots can be left in shot glasses or ramekins. Mashable also suggests scooping them out once they've set and enjoying with a spoon for a more refined take. Dusting with some powdered sugar or even edible glitter is also a nice touch.
These Champagne Jello Shots are Ideal For Ringing in the New Year
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2. Jello Shot Reinvention - The trend is to revamp the classic college drink with upscale ingredients and presentation for sophisticated events.
3. Edible Glitter Decor - The trend is to decorate food and drinks with edible glitter to add a touch of magic and glitz.
1. Food and Beverage - Opportunities for luxury ingredients and reinventing classic recipes for upscale events.
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