Since it does have a fruity flavor, adding Malibu rum to it makes a tropical-tasting jello shot that is easy to make. Since it is not a real fruit flavor, there are no cocktail recipes that convert easily from one into the other. As an added bonus, the coconut flavor balances out the extreme sweetness of the malibu rum jello and makes for a refreshing snack. When my favorite football team (Go Panthers!) is playing a big game, and summer parties (like the 4th of July), I enjoy using them. I’m even a fan when some of my lesser beloved teams play. Similar to other jello shots, these are great for saving time at a party since you can prepare them a couple of days in advance and keep them in the fridge until the party day.
The strength of Malibu Rum Jello Shot Recipe is 5 out of 10.
The estimated calories of Malibu Rum Jello Shot Recipe is 37 per serving.
The time it takes to create Malibu Rum Jello Shot Recipe is 5 minutes.
Required Bar Tools
- Mixing bowl.
- Shot cups.
Shot Ingredients (ML/OZ)
- 1/2 oz. of boiling water.
- 1/2 oz. of Malibu rum.
- 1/2 oz. of pineapple juice.
- 10 pic. of fresh pineapple wedges.
- Maraschino cherries for garnish.
- 1/2 oz. of blue gelatin.
Steps to Make Malibu Rum Jello Shot Recipe
- Placing the plastic souffle cups on a baking sheet or tray will help them puff up and rise. Put the powdered JELL-O in a large bowl with the boiling water and stir to combine.
- The gelatin needs to be fully dissolved while mixing. The gelatin mixture must then be flavored with Malibu Rum, and pineapple juice.
- Add the gelatin to the cups. Place the baking sheet or tray of the jello shots into the refrigerator and allow it to chill for at least 4 hours.
- . A fresh pineapple can be cut into bite-sized wedges before serving with a slit carved into one side. To prepare the jello shot cups, place one wedge on the rim of each.
- A maraschino cherry should be put in the middle of the Malibu rum blue gelatin.