Blueberry Pie Jello Shots

Blueberry Pie Vodka Shots

Blueberry Pie Vodka Shots

A Seriously Fun Recipe

You’ll be the star of your next picnic if you show up with these adorable blueberry pie shots. They’re as easy to make as any jello shot recipe, but they’re a lot more fun.

All-Natural Blueberry Vodka

Each bite bursts with flavor from real blueberry juice (we used R.W. Kundsen’s Just Blueberry) and our handcrafted blueberry vodka. We make the vodka right here at our distillery in the Poconos (near Stroudsburg). It’s all natural and flavored only with real fruit juice.

Mix and Match Vodka Flavors

While these are made with blueberry vodka, you could also try them with our pear, raspberry, or peach vodka. Just choose a juice to match.

You can use any vodka you have leftover from the recipe to mix with ice cold lemonade. Blueberry vodka spiked lemonade makes a simple yet impressive summer cocktail. We’re getting thirsty just thinking about it!

Small but Mighty

Aren’t these just the cutest? They’re almost too cute to eat…almost.

Don’t let their adorable size fool you. These pie bites come with a kick. Each whole pie contains about one shot of vodka. We suggest cutting the pie into quarters and serving individual slices.

More Fun with Local Craft Beverages

If you enjoy playing mixologist with craft cocktails, you might also like to make our magical unicorn cocktails, a chocolate raspberry martini, or some caramel apple cider spiked with apple pie moonshine.

Blueberry Pie Shot Recipe

Makes 9 pies

Ingredients
1 cup Mountain View Vineyard blueberry vodka
2 (.25 ounce) packets powdered gelatin
1 cup blueberry juice
1/3 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
9 mini graham cracker crumb crusts
1 cup whipped cream

Instructions
1. Pour blueberry vodka into a medium bowl. Sprinkle gelatin over the top.

2. In a medium saucepan, whisk together blueberry juice and sugar. Cook over medium heat until steaming. Carefully whisk into vodka. Stir in vanilla extract.

3. Carefully pour liquid into pie crusts. Refrigerate for at least four hours. Top with whipped cream. Serve cold.

Note: Keep away from children. Each pie contains approximately one shot of vodka.

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