These orange creamsicle Jell-O shots will add a little fun to your next party
Jell-O shots are a great way to combine a cocktail and dessert — and these orange creamsicle Jell-O shots from My Incredible Recipes will certainly hit the spot when you’re craving a sweet adult treat this summer!
They combine the citrus flavor from orange Jell-O with the creaminess of whipped-cream-flavored vodka and a whipped cream topping.
These shots taste just as delicious as they look! And they’re perfect for serving at all your summer celebrations. It will be hard to resist having just one, so make sure you have plenty of friends to share them with.
Don’t forget to chill these Jell-O shots for at least two hours before serving so they have time to set. Simply omit the vodka for a nonalcoholic version that kids can enjoy too.
Orange creamsicle is a refreshing flavor that’s great for warmer temperatures, and there’s no shortage of snacks out there that utilize it. Just in time for summer, Hershey’s has brought back Creamsicle Filled Twizzlers.
Originally part of the “Flavors of America” line, these special-edition Twizzlers first debuted back in 2017. Instagrammer @CandyHuntings spotted them on the shelf at Walmart again on May 4:
“Even though Hershey’s Flavors of America promotion did not return this year, the Orange Cream Pop Twizzlers did!” reads the caption. “Found them at Walmart.”
When brutally hot summer weather hits, hide out in the air conditioning and snack on these while you binge-watch the latest Netflix show everyone’s talking about.
These Orange Creamsicle Truffles from Cooking Classy require no baking. So they’re a great way to get your creamsicle flavor fix when you feel like whipping up your own dessert but have no desire to turn on the oven.
You can also try this recipe from Deliciously Yum. Once you’ve finished whipping them up, this blogger suggests popping the treats in your mouth straight from the freezer.
The refreshing treat will help cool you off on those hot summer days when you’re spending time outdoors!
Since they’re so simple to make, you can even have your kids join in on making them.
The truffles will keep in the refrigerator for about a week. They can also last about a month in the freezer.
It’s creamy, cool and only tastes like you spent hours working in the kitchen.
Do you love that creamsicle flavor? If so, you’ve got options!