This blue glow-in-the dark G&T Jelly looks more like a freakish sea creature than a delicious edible jello treat made from gin and tonic jello. The best part is that you can make it yourself in a few easy steps.
Blackouts won’t be as frightening if you have this G&T Jelly stocked away in your kitchen. And because of its gin contents (which I’m sure you can swap for whatever booze you prefer), it would also make a great party favor. Whenever you try to serve it and whoever you try to serve it to, it's guaranteed that this interesting take on the classic jello shot will be a hit.
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This G&T Jelly Will Make an Intriguing Midnight Treat
- By: Deborah KimJul 7, 2011