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The Best Pudding Shots Recipe

Updated on July 19, 2012

Pudding Shots

We have all heard of jello shots right? well how about Pudding Shots? I went around the other day to people I know and asked them if they had ever heard of a pudding shot, almost know body had; actually it didn't sound very good to me until I started thinking about different possibilities and flavors that could be made. Most of the recipes for jello pudding shots I found were made with either vanilla or Baileys Irish Cream which is great but I wanted to mix things up a little and be creative, so I went to work in the test kitchen and started to experiment with this big kid desert or I guess the cousin to the jello shot. All of these recipes should be made to taste and alcohol preference depending on how strong you want them; are you looking for a little bite after dinner or do you want to knock your neighbors of there butts its your decision, take what I give you, be creative and let me know what you come up with, I love hearing your ideas.

Here are some of my other award winning creations you may want to share or try...

Cotton Candy Martini ------ Jello Shots ------ Key Lime Pie Martini

Pineapple Upside Down Cake Martini ------ Chocolate Martini

Rainbow Shots

Recipe Rating

3.4 stars from 54 ratings of Pudding Shots
Birthday Cake Pudding Shot
Birthday Cake Pudding Shot | Source

Pudding Shots With Alcohol

The most popular recipe that people search for seems to be the chocolate pudding shots recipe and almost every where I looked it called for Baileys Irish Cream, which to me would make an Irish cream shot not a plain chocolate one so I came up with my own version that is fantastic and you wont find it anywhere else so put on your Cocktail Master shirt and get ready for supreme yummy-ness.

Chocolate Pudding Shot Recipe

  • 1 cup of milk
  • 1/2 cup of Pinnacle Chocolate Whipped Vodka
  • 1/2 cup of Godiva Milk Chocolate Liquor
  • 1 package of instant chocolate Jello Pudding (smaller box)
  • 1 small container of Cool Whip

In a medium to large bowl mix together the milk, chocolate whipped vodka, milk chocolate liquor and the instant pudding mix for a few minutes or until it is completely mixed, a mixer should not be necessary simply use a plastic spoon or a whisk.

Now that the pudding mixture is well blended fold in the whipped cream, this step is easier if the Cool Whip is room temperature.

Pour or spoon your pudding mixture into the desired shot glass or disposable shot cup; put the pudding shots on a cookie sheet or tray and refrigerate for at least an hour, keep them chilled until you are ready to serve them. Remember these are shots the consistency will be a little different than normal pudding; more like a mouse, for a firmer pudding shot you can put them in the freezer for a while.

Now that you have a general knowledge of the recipe ( 1 cup milk, 1 total cup alcohol and 1 package of Jello Pudding you can really go crazy and create your own treat.

TIP: These contain alcohol and are for adults only; if you feel they are to strong simply cut back on the alcohol by a 1/4th of cup and add 1/4th of cup more milk.




Pudding Shot Recipe Suggestions

Here are some flavor suggestions you may want to play around with

  • Coffee Kahlua pudding shot
  • Vanilla pudding shots
  • Raspberry cheesecake pudding shots
  • butterscotch pudding shot
  • Irish Cream
  • blueberry cheese cake
  • pistachio
  • birthday cake
  • chocolate bananna
  • coconut cream pie

Be creative and have fun, if you have any suggestions or comments please leave them below.

Chocolate Chip Pudding Shots
Chocolate Chip Pudding Shots | Source

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I hope you enjoy this recipe and some of the different flavor options I have suggested; remember to leave me a comment or share your own recipes or suggestions. Good luck with your pudding shots. Check out my Rainbow Shots and Pink Flabongo Shot

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      Tracy 

      15 months ago

      I use a chocolate/hazelnut liquor and crush up peanut butter Oreos on the bottom and top

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      Barbra 

      4 years ago

      The chocolate flavor was way too strong, it was like drinking pure hot fudge.

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      Jocelyn Miden 

      5 years ago

      We made these last weekend for my husbands birthday party, we did chocolate and birthday cake flavored pudding shots, but we put them in edible chocolate shot glasses. Which you can make yourself, or order from amazon. We have white, milk, and dark chcolate glasses. They went fast.

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      Kathryn 

      5 years ago from Manchester, Connecticut

      Wow, they look really good, and creative. I have never heard of them before today.

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      shin_rocka04 

      5 years ago from Maryland

      Man, what a nice concoction there! I've never even thought of using Pudding in shots, but it definitely makes a lot of sense. This would be really awesome during the holidays. Just imagine making Banana Pudding with 99 Bananas or 99 Whipped cream. That would be one delightfully strong sht!

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      Michael 

      5 years ago

      This hub is awesome! Original content that I totally want to try out. Thanks for opening my eyes to the world of pudding shots .

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      Roshan Kalra 

      6 years ago from Gainesville, Florida

      This sounds delicious! I might try the Pinnacle Cool Whip instead of the Chocolate Whipped for a little bit of contrasting flavors (I love the Pinnacle Cool Whip), and if I do, I'll let you know how it turns out! Thanks for the recipe :)

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      Mike Fuller 

      6 years ago from Indiana

      That sounds great, I make a martini like that so I for sure will try those, thanks

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      susguate 

      6 years ago

      I made Key Lime Pie ones

      1/2 cup Pinnacle Key Lime Whipped vodka

      1/2 cup KeKe Key Lime Liquor

      1 cup milk

      1 box vanilla pudding

      1 container cool whip

      garnish with graham crackers.

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      Tracey 

      6 years ago

      Or try Blueberry or raspberry vodka...

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      Tracey 

      6 years ago

      1 box cheesecake pudding

      1/2 cup strawberry vodka

      1/2 cup whipped cream vodka

      1 cup half and half

      1 container cool whip

      whisk all together except cool whip..after mixed..fold in cool whip..I also dice up fresh strawberries and add to mixture..or a fresh sliced berry on top. freeze till firm..I also have crushed up graham crackers and added a lil melted butter and pressed a thin layer on bottom of cup. Enjoy!

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      cindy 

      6 years ago

      Try lemon Jello & Lemoncello! Refreshingly citrus!

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      Mike Fuller 

      6 years ago from Indiana

      Orange Creamsicle pudding shot sounds awesome. Thanks

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      brown 

      6 years ago

      Orange creamsicle - vanilla pudding, orange vodka, orange liqueur such as triple sec.

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      tammy 

      6 years ago

      I use heavy whipping cream instead of milk and no cool whip, still get that mousse tecture. very good. I also use whip cream vodka. yum.

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      mom50 

      6 years ago

      creme de menthe and chocolate pudding my fav.

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      lin 

      6 years ago

      what do you need to make birthday pudding shots?

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      Linziza 

      6 years ago

      My favorite is Chocolate Raspberry: Chocolate pudding + Baja Luna Raspberry Creme Liqueur!

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      Marky 

      6 years ago

      I like cherry cheese cake pudding shots

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      AlmostLola 

      6 years ago

      i tried a pudding shot for the first time this past summer. can't wait to try your recipe. thanks for sharing!

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      natalie 

      6 years ago

      this sounds like a great idea! i had never heard of pudding shots!!!!! and, since i am not a fan of jello shots, i bet these are much better! thanks for your never ending recipes!!!! they are all amazing!

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