Edible Shot Glasses?

Are you surprised?

This may seem odd coming from me … shot glasses … not a cupcake or marshmallow pop … but an edible shot glass!

It has all my usual components … chocolate, sprinkles, etc.

Oh, I almost forgot … mini ice cream cones!

Now I’m sure you can figure out what I did.

Here are a few ideas …

For the ADULT party …

(I don’t know where those tiny bottles came from … we usually have big bottles … oh, I didn’t really say that … did I?)

There may be kiddies at that party …

What about the sugar lovers?  How about a frosting shot?

This is what you will need …

  • Mini ice cream cones
  • Melted chocolate (about 1 pound for 36 cups)
  • Sprinkles or sugars

You will want to make sure that the entire inside of the cone is coated in chocolate (because that is what will seal it).  You can do this by filling the cup with chocolate and then pouring as much as possible of the chocolate out …

Dip the rim of the cone in the chocolate …

Then dip the rim in sprinkles …

Set aside or pop in the fridge to harden up …

I do apologize for the photos … I was so wrong about the available light :(   I hope you can get the idea.

I chose to use to use dark chocolate … but any flavor or color will work.  These could be made several weeks in advance and stored in an airtight container at room temperature.

What would you put in your edible shot glass?

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31 Responses to Edible Shot Glasses?

  1. What a great idea! Frosting shots for the kiddies and the hard stuff for the adults.

  2. Rochelle says:

    This is a fantastic idea! I love how you can use it for kids parties and any leftovers can be a fun nightcap for the exhausted adults. For adults, I would probably put Baileys, Frangelico, or Kahlua in them.

  3. ColleenB. says:

    I was thinking about making some nice creamy, rich chocolate Mousse shots….yummy ; or even some jello shots.
    What a great treat these would be for Easter or Anytime.
    Thank U.

  4. I love a liqueur called Creme de Cacao. Wouldn’t that be absolutely delicious in a chocolate lined/dipped “Edible Shot Glass”!

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  6. Ellen says:

    How yummy and fun, These would be a great party treat.

  7. trisha says:

    how awesome is THIS!…pretty awesome that how much…

  8. Samantha says:

    That is a great idea! Perfect for the ‘St Patty’s’ celebrations that are soon to come:) Thanks for linking up to “Cowgirl Up!” Glad to have such fun posts at the party this week!

  9. Miss Kitty says:

    Well, those are just too adorable! Will the chocolate lining hold liquid? How cool! I saw your post over at the “Cowgirl Up ” blog party.

  10. Sue says:

    This is such a fantastically cool and fun idea!! these will make an appearance @the next party I host. :-). Am visiting from Cowgirl Up! ~Sue

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  12. Awesome idea!!! I made these for my sisters bachelorette party and they were a huge hit with some coffee liquer!!! I used semi-sweet chocolate because i didnt have dark and it was perfect!

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  19. Robbin Miles says:

    Let me just say “AWESOMNESS!”

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