Cherry Bomb

May 22, 2011 at 10:29 am | Posted in Alcohol, Booze, Cherry, Cinnamon, Goldschlager, Jello Shots | 16 Comments
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Inspired by the Japanese cherry jelly treat Sakurando, these little cherry bombs explode with flavor. These bite-size jello shots are made from cinnamon flavored schnapps and maraschino cherries, and made a huge impact at Art and Marty’s first BBQ of the season. Happy Spring!

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  1. Victoria, you mentioned recently that your book will be published in early 2012. Any chance the publisher will move the date up so that the books can be purchased as holiday gifts and your delicious recipes can be made for holiday parties? I know if you issue an early release for readers of your blog, I will buy my copies in 2011 if given the chance.

    • I agree that having the book released by the end of the year would be more ideal, but this publishing business, as I have learned, takes time. The book will be out in time for next summer’s BBQs though Hang in there and thanks for being a fan!

  2. So how did you make one of the cherries blue, or did it come that way? Love the cherry/goldschlager combination, by the way.

    • Thanks! I bought the cherries that way. They are Roland brand wild cherry flavored and they were quite tasty.

      • OMG where could I get them at? I’m going to follow you just because of this picture, and if your other recipes are any thing like this one. I will be a follower.I look forward to your book this coming year. Yeea!

  3. first time on your website..love it..but do you give out any recipes on how to make what you show?
    Thanks
    Suzanne

    • Hi Suzanne, I am currently working on a recipe book that is due out early 2012. The book will include many of the jello molds featured on the blog and some new ones. Hope you can wait that long! Thanks so much for visiting my blog.

  4. Those are really beautiful, although I am somewhat frightened of the blue cherries. Blue food in general really :)
    Good luck with your book!
    N

  5. how do you make these?

  6. Aversion to blue foods is an evolutionary behavior as blue and purple berries were often poisonous.

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  8. Oh my gosh – what mold did you use for those?? I have been looking for that shape for MONTHS!!

  9. Hello I was wondering how to order your book for all of these fantastic recipes….love them! Please let me know…thanks


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