How’s this for a fun twist on the classic sipper? Cubes of coconut gelée (with two beautifully distinct layers) nestle against rum-soaked pineapple for an unforgettable pick-up dessert or party sampler. It’s easy to adapt for kids—just set aside some of the pineapple that you don’t soak in rum.
Kids will love helping you make these fluffy confections, and adding cocoa and two types of chocolate chips just increases the excitement. Tote these marshmallows to a bonfire and enjoy roasting them under the stars.
Timing is important here, as you want to get the drama of two separate layers with gradation between. Let the first layer set partially but not completely—if you add the blackberry layer too soon, it will muddle your color; a bit too late, and it will slide right off the bottom layer.
Since we've nixed the baking (even of the crust), you save tons of time; you don't have to wait for the cheesecake to cool out of the oven. Make the cheesecake up to 3 days ahead, but prepare the caramel shortly before serving. It hardens quickly to a yummy praline-like texture.
Sweet juicy berry paired with a hint of black pepper is always a winning combo…add vodka and the fact that we’re talking about gelatin-based shooters into the mix, and you’ve got one heck of a party on your hands (or at least a seriously delicious reason to throw one).
There’s something fabulous about nostalgic playfulness of a wiggly, jiggly, gelatin-based shot. Which is why we decided to take this party favorite to the next level with elevated flavors and natural ingredients. So let loose and get ready to shake up your next party with the cocktail you can slurp—all-natural, spring-centric, spiked gelatin.