7 Christmas Shots That Will Jingle Bell Rock Your Socks Off

Cheers to the holiday season with one of these Christmas shots.

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Cocoa Shooters

Your hot chocolate bar just got a whole lot boozier. Dark chocolate spiked with peppermint schnapps and vodka and topped with crushed candy canes and whipped cream, these hot cocoa shooters are sure to spread lots of Christmas cheer this holiday season.

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Grinch Shots

Green Jello gets a Grinch makeover with this Christmas shot idea! Even the grouchiest Christmas grumps will have a hard time holding back a smile. Have a very merry Grinchmas by pairing this recipe with these Grinch cookies.

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Spiced Apple Cider Jelly Shots

These spiced, spiked gelatin squares are sure to get the party started. If you’re going for the more traditional shot-style look, pour the mixture into 2-ounce plastic cups and refrigerate until set. — Rachel Seis, Senior Editor, Taste of Home
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shoot your eye out shooters
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“Shoot Your Eye Out” Shots

Cheers to all the Christmas Story fans out there—this one is for you. This keto-friendly Christmas shot is unlike the rest—it puts tequila to good use. (Yes, there’s finally a tequila Christmas shot!) Find even more recipes inspired by your favorite Christmas movies.

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Santa’s Hat Shots

Here’s a Christmas Jello shot that nods to Mr. Claus himself. Chill these guys overnight so they’re as cold as the North Pole when you’re ready to serve.

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White Russian Pudding Shots

Ready, set, clink! Bailey’s meets Kahlua in this pudding shot inspired by the classic White Russian cocktail. Warning: they’re dangerously delicious.

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Pumpkin Pie Shots

Grown-up treats that feature canned pumpkin and butterscotch schnapps will lure guests back for more. The gelatin shots are made ahead, so they’re a great party starter. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Christina Herbst
Christina is a Social Media Editor for Taste of Home. She enjoys trying out local restaurants and coffeehouses and adding copious amounts of garlic and cheese to any recipe she can get her hands on. In her free time, you can find her hunting down one-of-a-kind furniture pieces at thrift and vintage stores and DIYing trendy home decor crafts.