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Strawberry Margarita Jello Shots Are Dangerously Good

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In not only a recipe post, but also a video share, Tipsy Bartender shows everyone how to make Strawberry Margarita Jello Shots, and it’s a definite mood. Excited because we still have some weeks left in our hot Texas summer? You’re feeling Strawberry Margarita Jello Shots. Upset because your workload keeps spiralling higher? You’re in a Strawberry Margarita Jello Shots frame of mind. Get the picture? We thought you would, so we’ve found the link and shared the details.

Jello shots generally require some finesse. How do you gracefully get one out of those tiny cups? You can’t… without looking a tad awkward. No one wants to feel that way when they’re simply trying to enjoy a taste sensation as part of a weekend celebration, or to cap off a hectic week. That’s why those who invented such shots that pour well into edible items are geniuses. The Tipsy Bartender is one such site. Sharing all of the latest trending drinks, it’s also features a YouTube channel on which you can not only obtain the same recipes, but also learn how not to screw them up! See. Genius. Such is the case with Strawberry Margarita Jello Shots.

Strawberry Margarita Jello Shots

Strawberry Margarita Jello Shots Are Dangerously Good

INGREDIENTS:

Key ingredients for this recipe include:

Strawberries

Strawberry Jello

Tequila

Triple Sec

INSTRUCTIONS:

Aside from the taste, the presentation of Strawberry Margarita Jello Shots is impressive as well. Tipsy Bartender shares on its site each step of preparation, in order for you to ensure your summer season isn’t wasted by having plain old jello shots in plain old cups. Pretty dang thoughtful of them. You’re now embarking on a journey that will leave your taste buds (and your mood) a little happier. Aside from making the jello, hollowing out each strawberry appears to be the most time-consuming part of the process. But nothing great is achieved without a little effort, and these are truly great. Share them with friends on a Friday night, pass them around a campsite after the kids have gone to bed, or simply enjoy them at home with each trip to the kitchen on commercial break. We won’t judge.