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Mudslide Jello Shots in Cookie Shot Glasses

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Mudslide Jello Shots in Cookie Shot Glasses
  • Prep Time 10 min
  • Total Time 60 min
  • Servings 6
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Mudslide Jello Shots in Cookie Shot Glasses

Deliciously creamy mudslide jello shots are poured inside chewy chocolate chip cookie shot glasses. YES, you CAN eat the shot glasses!

Ingredients

1
package Pillsbury™ Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
1/2
cup warm water
1
envelope unflavored gelatin
1
bottle (200 ml) Kahlúa™ Mudslide liquor
1/4
cup dark chocolate chips, melted (for cup rims)
6
tablespoons whipped cream (for garnish, if desired)
Chocolate jimmies sprinkles (for garnish, if desired)
Mini chocolate chips (for garnish, if desired)
3
straws, cut into small lengths (for garnish, if desired)
Nonstick baking spray
SPECIAL EQUIPMENT: 6 wine corks, aluminum foil, mini popover pan

Directions

  • 1 Spray six mini popover cups with nonstick BAKING spray (the sort with flour.) This will make it very easy to remove your cooled cookie cups without breaking them.
  • 2 Preheat oven to 350°F. Separate Pillsbury™ dough into 6 even balls. Form the balls around the bottom and sides of each popover cup.
  • 3 Cover 6 wine corks with aluminum foil. Spray with nonstick baking spray. Place a cork in the center of each cookie cup. Bake for 11-15 minutes, or until the edges of the cookie cups are golden brown.
  • 4 While cookies are baking, add warm water, gelatin, and mudslide liquor to a medium bow. Whisk until smooth, then place in fridge until slightly set up.
  • 5 Remove cookie cups from oven and allow to cool completely before gently removing from popover cups. Dip the top of each cookie cup in melted chocolate chips. Spoon slightly-set mudslide jello shot mixture into the center of each cup. Return to fridge and allow to set up completely, about 1 hour.
  • 6 Top each cookie cup with whipped cream and sprinkle with jimmies and mini chocolate chips just before serving. Serve immediately!
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Chocolate chip cookie shot glasses hold mudslide jelly shots.

As prepared by Cheeky Kitchen,

And you thought this was gonna be a boring party...

Think making your own cookie shot glasses has to be hard? No way! I’ve simmered down the process and made it so simple, you’ll want to make them for every meal.

You won’t find me disagreeing. Mudslide cookie shots are one meal replacement I could totally get behind!

 

Mudslide Jelly Shots in Cookie Shot Glasses

To get started, grab a tube of Pillsbury chocolate chip cookie dough.

 

Mudslide Jelly Shots in Cookie Shot Glasses

You’ll also need a mini popover pan and a bottle of nonstick baking spray – the kind with flour in it. Spray the pan, then press the cookie dough into 6 of the popover cups.

 

Mudslide Jelly Shots in Cookie Shot Glasses

Wrap wine corks in aluminum foil. You'll see why in a sec...

 

Mudslide Jelly Shots in Cookie Shot Glasses

Place one foil-covered cork inside each popover cup. This will keep the dough from puffing into the center of the cup, and allow your shot glasses to get fully cooked inside without burning on the outside.

 

Mudslide Jelly Shots in Cookie Shot Glasses

Remove the corks from each cookie cup when they come out of the oven.

 

Mudslide Jelly Shots in Cookie Shot Glasses

Cool the cups completely, then remove them from the popover pan.

 

Mudslide Jelly Shots in Cookie Shot Glasses

Rim the little cookie cups just like you would a fancy drink. For these, just dip the rims in melted chocolate!

 

Mudslide Jelly Shots in Cookie Shot Glasses

Mix up the mudslide jelly shots.

 

Mudslide Jelly Shots in Cookie Shot Glasses

Fill the cups with the slightly-set mudslide jelly shot mixture, and pop ‘em in the fridge to set.

 

Mudslide Jelly Shots in Cookie Shot Glasses

Garnish them with little straws (not for sipping 'cuz these are gelatin-like, but for the CUTE meter!), a whipped cream floret and some sprinkles and mini chocolate chips. NOW you're ready to party!

 

Brooke sometimes makes cookie shots for breakfast, then posts it all at Cheeky Kitchen. She joined Tablespoon to bring back the meal of champions, one bowl of slow-cooked muesli at a time. Hit up at Brooke's profile for more fast-fun-fab recipes that let you act lazy and eat like a boss.

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