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Has anyone heard of or had pudding shots?

Asked by slick44 (3803 points ) May 8th, 2010

I have had jello shots. But went to a fundraiser the other night and had pudding shots. Chocolate and vanilla. they were great.I have never had or heard of them until that night. Has anyone had them? and if so how do you make them?

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Draconess25's avatar

Never heard of them, but they sound good!

stranger_in_a_strange_land's avatar

Sounds great! The (most difficult) process of making these is probably an infusion, similar to making schnapps. Or something similar to Baileys. It may be as simple as using pudding mix and vodka, drinking it before the gelatin has a chance to set (or maybe the alcohol neutralizes the gelatin).

shego's avatar

Nope never heard of it, but it sounds yummy. That I have to look up.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

I’ve heard of them,but never tried.After a bad experience with jello shots,I am very afraid to try them…lol

shego's avatar

I found a recipe, and I think I am going to try it

slick44's avatar

They are great. If anyone finds a good recipe. Please it!

slick44's avatar

I ment post it.

stranger_in_a_strange_land's avatar

This seems to be the consensus of several recipes. I think you can cool it in the refrigerator instead of freezing if you want them to remain a pourable liquid. This is the generic recipe, use whatever flavor pudding mix you like. Most of the recipes I’ve seen call for vanilla or chocolate (there is a mint chocolate Bailey’s available, might be interesting with chocolate pudding mix).

Materials:
1 large box instant pudding
1½ cups milk
½ cup Bailey’s
¾ cup vodka
1 – 16 oz tub cool whip

Method:
Add first 4 ingredients, mix in electric blender.
Add cool whip.
Put in container and freeze overnight.

Yield= 15 large shots.

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