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Tuesday
Mar242009

Edible Shot Glasses

Imagine you're having a party and you decide to offer shots.  Sure, you could gather a hodge-podge of little glasses detailing your days on Greek row, but really, where's the charm in that?  You've probably seen ice-tray shot glasses...have you come across the candy ones?

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Although I imagine they would get sticky after a while (but maybe that's better than a melting ice sculpture in your hand), these candy shot glasses from Perpetual Kid would be great for a summertime event.  Fill with a lemon-drop shot or just plain lemoncello (or a blue Hawaii, or any other colorful drink).  There's also a candy-cane version, perfect for holiday joy of the liquid persuation!  You could try to combat the sticky factor by wrapping a circle of Press-n-Seal on the bottom and lower section of each cup.

Additional ideas

Make your own Gummi Shot Glass
...or one out of a cucumber
...or purchase a Chocolate Shot Glass or one that resembles a chocolate-lined Ice Cream Cone

 

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Reader Comments (3)

Awesome!! I loooove Perpetual Kid! Thanks to YouData ;)

March 24, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterChanthana

I know! PK is a lot of fun!

March 24, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterSecondCityJen

This is a great idea! I will definitely have to look into having them at a party this summer!

March 24, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterStephanie

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