Piña Colada Jello Shots Recipe

July 10, 2012 4:35 PM EDT | By Anthony Smith
Jello Shots
Pina Colada Jello Shots (Photo: Creative Commons)

So it's National Piña Colada Day, and maybe you don't want a traditional cocktail. Maybe you're in the mood for something more playful and fun. Or maybe you've seen our article on jello shots and want to try your hand at one of our favorites.

Look no further than our National Holiday-appropriate Piña Colada Jello Shot recipe.

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1. Choose your rum.

Unlike our Perfect Piña Colada Recipe, we recommend that you go for a cheaper coconut rum here. Bacardi Coconut will do just fine. If you want to really knockout your friends, you can even use Bacardi 151 and just add some toasted coconut to the mixture. But we recommend that you err on the safe side and just use a clear Bacardi for this recipe.

Put it in the freezer for as long as possible prior to making this, then measure out 1 1/4 cup of rum.

2. Measure out your water.

Measure out and separate 3/4 cup of ice cold water and 2 cups boiling water for every six ounces of jello.

3. Choose your Jello.

Isn't it obvious? You're going with pineapple jello here.

4. Combine.

Combine the boiling water with the jello and stir. To that, add the ice cold water and the ice cold alcohol. Pour into cups, garnishing with gummy worms if you like.

5. Wait.

Put them in the fridge till they set, then eat. Enjoy!

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