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Potent—but so much classier than your dive bar shots.


  • 2 envelopes unflavored powdered gelatin (about 5 teaspoons)
  • 2 teaspoons Angostura bitters
  • 1¾ cups fresh blood orange juice, divided

Recipe Preparation

  • Soak gelatin in ½ cup cold water in a small bowl 10 minutes.

  • Meanwhile, stir vodka, lemon juice, simple syrup, Campari, bitters, and 1¼ cups blood orange juice in a large measuring glass.

  • Heat gelatin mixture and remaining ½ cup blood orange juice in a small saucepan over low, stirring to dissolve gelatin; add to vodka mixture. Strain into 2-oz. plastic cups; chill until set, at least 6 hours and up to 5 days.

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These are inspired by Jaymee Sire, the brilliant blogger behind e is for eat. See her post. We used tangerines because they are easier to find than real blood oranges, and made the prettiest cups. But you could also use navel oranges or actual blood oranges with great results. The cups will just be slightly more difficult to clean out. Adjust food coloring amount accordingly.

TOTAL TIME: 4 hours, 30 minutes

5 tangerines (including the 1 cup of fresh tangerine juice you’ll get from them)

1.5 packets unflavored Knox gelatin

3/4 cup champagne or sparkling wine

1/4 cup orange liqueur like Triple Sec or Grand Marnier

2-4 drops red food coloring

Slice tangerines crosswise. Using a reamer or electric juicer, juice the tangerines. Strain the juice until you have 1 cup. (If you don’t have enough juice, just add some store-bought orange juice.) Carefully flip the rind inside out and peel the fruit away from the pith (can use a paring knife to make this less messy) to make a clean "cup." Set tangerine cups in cups of a muffin pan.

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Pour mixture into tangerine cups. Allow to set several hours or overnight.

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2 envelopes (6 oz each) SVEDKA Unflavored Gelatin Mix
.25 cup canned sweetened condensed milk
2-3 drops yellow food coloring
.75 cup SVEDKA Vodka, divided
1 cup orange soda
1 cup thawed whipped topping
Candy corn candies

Add 1 cup boiling water to one package of unflavored gelatin mix in a small bowl and stir until completely dissolved. Add sweetened condensed milk, a couple drops of yellow food coloring and .25 cup of vodka. Pour into 18 (2 oz) plastic cups that have been sprayed with cooking spray, using about 2 Tbsps. per cup. Refrigerate 30 to 45 min until firm, but still slightly tacky.

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