If you are planning on throwing an epic Pokemon Party then you need to have some food fit for a Pokemon Master. Not just any master, the 21 and over Pokemon masters. These Pokemon Poké Ball Jello Shots sure to do the trick! They are easy to make and totally delicious!
What You Need to Make Pokemon Poké Ball Jello Shots:
- Smirnoff Cherry Vodka
- Parrot Bay Coconut Rum
- 2(0.25-ounce) Envelopes of Unflavored Gelatin
- 14 oz. Sweetened Condensed Milk
- Cherry Gelatin Mix
- Turkey Baster
- Plastic Jello Shot Cups with Lids
- Cookie Sheet or Cutting Board
- 2 Bowls
How to Make Pokemon Poké Ball Jello Shots:
First, start by laying out your plastic jello shot cups on a sturdy surface such as a large cutting board or cookie sheet.
Next, stir together the sweetened condensed milk and 1 cup boiling water. In another bowl, place 2 envelopes of the unflavored gelatin over ½ cup cold water. Allow to sit for 5 minutes. You will notice it will start to harden and look like clear jello.
Now, Add ½ cup boiling water and 2-3 shots of the Parrot Bay Coconut Rum to the unflavored gelatin mixture and stir to dissolve it should now look like a clear liquid. Pour this mixture into the sweetened condensed milk mixture and stir to combine. You will now have a nice white mixture.
Use your turkey baster to carefully fill each jello shot cup half way. Once done, place these into the fridge for about an hour to set (this is where having the cups on a cookie sheet will come in handy).
Once the white layer has hardened into jello, you will follow the directions on the package to make the Cherry Gelatin Mix. Once your mixture has cooled a bit, add 2-3 shots of the Cherry Vodka to it and mix well.
Again, use the turkey baster to fill the plastic cups filling them entirely. You should now have half white, and half red much like the Poke Ball.
Allow these to set in the refrigerator for several hours before serving. If you want to really make them look authentic, you can take the time to add small strips of black washi tape to the outside of the containers. I tried using a large black sharpie marker and it didn’t work very well. Either way, I think your guests will get the point! 😉