Blueberry Lemon Fizz

September 19, 2013 at 8:51 pm | Posted in Alcohol, Blueberry, Booze, Champagne, Recipe, Vodka | 4 Comments

Blueberry Lemon Fizz

Its been one year since my good friends Janejai & Conor had thier baby and to celebrate the occasion, this fizzy cocktail jello was served up (to the adults) at a parkside party. This recipe consists of lemonade with generous amounts of vodka and champagne. Blueberries are suspended throughout.  Another version, sans the booze, was made for the kids of course so no one was left out.  Happy Birthday Baby P!

4 tablespoons (4 envelopes) of unflavored gelatin powder
2 cups pulp free lemonade
3/4 cup sugar
1 cups cold water
2 cups cold champagne
1 cup cold vodka
1 cup blueberries

In a saucepan, sprinkle gelatin evenly over lemonade and allow the gelatin to absorb the lemonade for two minutes. Bring just to a boil and stir well until gelatin is fully dissolved. Remove from heat and stir in sugar until dissolved.

Transfer gelatin into a large bowl and stir in cold water. Allow mixture to cool to room temperature. Stir in champagne and vodka. Refrigerate until thickened to the consistency of a gel. Fold in blueberries. Spoon into a 6 cup mold. Refrigerate until firm. Unmold and serve.

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  1. As always, absolutely gorgeous.

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  3. Hi, I’ve just stumbled across your awesome website on Jello.. your creations are stunning! I was hoping to make this blueberry lemon fizz jello but wanted to confirm the lemonade you used is the same as “Sprite”? and what is the alcohol substitute as i’ll be making this jello for kids? Thanks.

    • Hi Cass,
      For this recipe use real lemonade juice, pulp free works best. Then replace the alcohol with soda, Sprite and/or ginger ale and/or seltzer equaling 3 cups. If you use sprite or ginger ale you might want to use less sugar, maybe a half or quarter cup depending on how sweet you want it. Good luck and thanks! Victoria


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