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White Chocolate Shot Glass Molds Recipe

Chocolate shot glass molds are a lot of fun no matter what you put in them. Use them to hold little treats, fruits, or shots. It’s an edible holder for whatever you choose.

White Chocolate Shot Glass Molds Recipe

Last time, we did chocolate shot cups with a peach milkshake. This time, the recipe is for red, white, and blue cups perfect for the 4th of July or any patriotic holiday. Enjoy these white chocolate shot glass molds during all of your summer celebrations.

White Chocolate Shot Glass Molds Recipe with Fresh Strawberries & Strawberry Whipped Cream

Time: 1 Hour
Servings: 8

White Chocolate Shot Glass Molds Recipe

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Using one cup of white chocolate candy melts at a time, place in a medium microwavable mixing bowl.
  2. Heat in the microwave for 60 seconds. Remove and stir. Repeat in 20-second intervals, or until completely melted. Be sure not to overheat. Remove from microwave and stir until chocolate is completely smooth and silky.
  3. Add red, white, and blue sprinkles to chocolate. Stir until the sprinkles evenly distribute.
  4. Using a small spoon, slowly pour white chocolate into each shot mold. Be sure that the mold is thoroughly clean and dry ahead of time.
  5. Repeat this process until all 8 shot molds are filled. White Chocolate Shot Glass Molds Recipe
  6. Tap mold against countertop to ensure all air bubbles are gone. Lift mold above your head to check for air bubbles. If there are none, you may proceed to the next step. Otherwise, repeat tapping. You may also stick a butter knife into each mold to help eliminate hidden air bubbles.
  7. Place mold in freezer for approximately 30 to 40 minutes. Remove mold from freezer. Slowly invert each shot mold until white candy melt is released. Carefully place each mold upright onto a clean, flat surface. White Chocolate Shot Glass Molds Recipe
  8. Using a blender, (I prefer the Magic Bullet), blend whipped cream and strawberries for approximately 30 seconds. Make sure strawberry whip has a nice weight to it. You can continue to add cool whip or strawberries to obtain your desired consistency.
  9. Chop strawberries into small pieces. Fill each white chocolate cup with strawberries.
  10. Add a food pick for easy eating or garnish with a sparkler candle.
  11. Plate strawberry whipped cream on the side, or you may fill cups with whipped cream AND strawberries – whatever you desire.
  12. Serve immediately.

White Chocolate Shot Glass Molds Recipe

If you’re looking for ideas to put in the edible shot glass visit our cocktails page.

What will you put in your chocolate shot glass molds?

crystal

Thursday 7th of July 2016

How do I not own that mold? It's so cute and perfect for little treats. Your red, white, and blue variety are just adorable.

Shauna Torres

Wednesday 6th of July 2016

Now these are just AWESOME!!! How on earth did you come up with them, LOL! I am totally going to be trying these. Thanks so much for the idea.

Allie D.

Wednesday 6th of July 2016

This is super cute! I would totally fill it with fresh fruit. It'll just add a pop of color to contrast the white chocolate shot glass! This is great for parties and cookouts!

Cathi Crismon

Wednesday 6th of July 2016

What a delightful and festive recipe/project! My grandkids would love sipping juice and chocolate milk in these.

Ellen Christian

Wednesday 6th of July 2016

That's fun! I would definitely fill it with tons of fresh fruit!

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