This peanut butter jelly shot is a fun two-ingredient shot that will certainly get the party started! This fruity, nutty shot is completely delicious and simple to make!
What makes this peanut butter jelly shot so good?
- With only two ingredients, this peanut butter jelly shot is pretty easy to make! You can make it in just seconds!
- There is so much deliciousness packed into that little shot, you won’t believe your tastebuds! Sweet, raspberry brandy and rich peanut butter whisky are both very flavorful.
- These are literally the perfect flavors paired together! Who doesn’t love peanut butter and jelly!?
- Shots are fun to make and share! Try our Key Lime Pie shots and Gummy Bear shots next.
Tips and Tricks for this peanut butter jelly shot
- I’m using Screwball Peanut Butter Whiskey for this shot! That gives it the rich peanut butter flavor!
- Any berry liqueur will work but I'm using Framboise (raspberry brandy) in this shot.
- Play with the ratios of alcohol to fit your own taste buds! Make it your own!
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Peanut Butter Jelly Shot
- ¾ ounce peanut butter whiskey
- ¾ ounce berry liqueur
- Fill a cocktail shaker with ice and add the peanut butter whiskey and berry liqueur.
- Shake vigorously to combine (about 15 seconds) and strain into a shot glass. Enjoy.
- I used Screwball peanut butter whiskey and Framboise raspberry liqueur for this tasty Peanut butter jelly shot, but any similar brands will work.
- Double or triple the recipe as needed to make more than one!
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