Harry Potter: Goblet of Fire

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Why throw your name into the Goblet of Fire when you can throw back a Goblet of Fire? Our research led us to these recipes by My Science Project, and were very pleased when we experimented with the sweet berry and subtle orange flavors which resulted from their suggestion of mixing Blue Curacao with blue jello. These shots are not only delicious, but catch fire with a simple casting of an  Infernus spell! Prep the jello shots at least 4 hours before serving. Combine boiling water and jello in a bowl, whisk until well combined, approximately 2 minutes. Pour the Blue Curacao and vodka into the bowl, whisk just enough to mix. Pour into shot glasses, use glass, not plastic, if you plan to light them on fire. refrigerate for at least 4 hours, check that the jello as set before enjoying.

3 oz blue raspberry jello
1 cup boiling water
6 oz Blue Curacao
2 oz vodka
151 rum

Around 12 shots

To add fire:
Make your party even more exciting with real fire! Pour a few drops of 151 on top of the shot and use a candle lighter to ignite. Keep your guests safe and use the proper precautions, and never consume a drink while it is still on fire. Turn down the lights to best see the blue flame, and sprinkle with cinnamon for magical crackles!

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