November 1, 2007

Twist N Shot Jell-O Shot Cups

We never really thought of our tried and true Jell-O shot delivery method as all that complex. You take the dixie cup, squeeze the hell out of it, and slurp up the Jell-O. Then, you tear it apart to lick off the hidden gelatin like a rampaging anteater.

However, for those of you who feel that's too much, we bring you the Twist 'n Shot - basically a reusable cup with a built-in squeegee. Check it out at TwistNShot.com; they also offer a few Jell-O shot recipes as well. (For a more comprehensive list of recipes, check out "Questing for the Best Tasting Jell-O Shot.")

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at November 1, 2007 7:24 AM
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These cups are great! I cant believe no one thought of this sooner. I bought 60 of them for $30 -- thats not bad at.


Posted by: jmags15 at September 12, 2008 1:30 PM

Hey these are cool, but too expensive. I like the EZ-SQUEEZE cups, they a lot cheaper and re-usable too


Posted by: Julie at April 28, 2008 3:19 PM

I just bought these shot cups and they work awesome!! I have never had a jello shot out of a dixie cup. They are usually in cups more rigid than that so you can't just "squeeze the hell out of it." Most of the time I was using my finger or straw or toothpick, but the Twist 'n Shot cuts the jello from the sides of the cup and the bottom so they just fall into your mouth!! AWESOME!!


Posted by: Jo-Anna at November 1, 2007 1:04 PM
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