See more ideas about shot glass mold, edible shot glasses, candy shots. For a kid-friendly…. The Best: Bacon Chocolate Shot Glasses These little guys come from the blog Through the Eyes of my Belly , and I was fully expecting them to fail. https://www.redbookmag.com/food-recipes/advice/g665/shot-glass-desserts It’s nice to see so many people being able to make them without any fancy moulds. Becky’s total spend is £4, meaning her bargain stirrers cost just 19p each. Delicious chocolate shot glasses for desserts and liqueurs. Tap the molds on the table or tap them with a spoon for a few seconds to get rid of the air bubbles. Get the recipe at My Baking Addiction. to help give you the best experience we can. Deadline News Suite 6, Bonnington Bond, 2 Anderson Place, Edinburgh, EH6 5NP. And it's much easier to get the parchment paper around before you put it in the pan. My original plan was to make chocolate peanut butter cup shot glasses but I really noticed how thick the shot glass molds were. 1 part vodka. - from thecookiewriter.com, This No-Bake Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake Shot recipe is just a little taste of something sweet! Social media users have been blown away by Becky’s creations and have even started to make their own. 2. “Tempered chocolate, poured them into the shot glasses, let it set, took them out and ta dah, hot chocolate stirrers. Sharing her craftiness on Facebook on Tuesday , mum-of-three Becky explained: “So I got these shot glasses the other day from home bargains. #christmas #newyear #cheesecake #shotglass #wiltoncakes, Edible milk and white chocolate jello shot glasses filled with chocolate mousse infused with Grand Marnier, Shot Glass S'mores – The Man, The Chef, The Dad. Ensure molds are 100% dry. “The chocolate is Miss Molly’s from Tesco and the little characters are Kit Kat friends, £3 a bag at Tesco and you get about 22.”. Spoon chocolate into a prepared 56.7 g (2 oz) cup, filling it about 3/4 of the way. Straighten out the top edge with your finger if it gets crooked. “Tempered chocolate, poured them into the shot glasses, let it set, took them out and ta dah, hot chocolate stirrers. Set a prepared 28.4 g (1 oz) cup on top of the chocolate and press it downward to push chocolate upward and around it, forming the inside of the shot glass. Becky Fraiser, from Liverpool, said she was inspired to make the tasty treats as low cost gifts for family and friends. Using lolly sticks, 50p Home Bargains plastic shot cups and cheap chocolates, the 32-year-old revealed how she is able to create the festive delights. Or use m&m's for a fun Valentine's Day surprise! She said: “I use the seeding method in the microwave, where you chop your chocolate up, add two thirds to a bowl and melt it in the microwave. Kids and adults will both be pleased with how easy this recipe is! Make an edible shot glass using Candy Cane Colorburst Candy Melts Candy, then fill the glasses with a tasty vodka-infused chocolate cream for a decedent dessert that will surely become a holiday favorite. Not to quibble...), Baileys Chocolate Cherry Pudding Shots 1 small Pkg. Keep nudging the 28.4 g (1 oz) cup down until the chocolate covers its outer surfaces up to its rim. Can’t remember how much but they were cheap. Becky added: “I’m so made up. 1 part frangelico (its a chocolate flavored liquor) lemon and sugar. “The sticks are lollipop sticks or wooden spoons can be used. Dec 23, 2019 - Explore Sherda Lilly's board "Wilton shot glass mold ideas", followed by 351 people on Pinterest.