This take on a gummy bear drink uses homemade infused raspberry-kiwi tequila. Don't worry, though -- it's still super easy to make!
All you have to do is add raspberries and kiwis to an infusion jar with tequila blanco and store it for 5 days or until it's as infused with the flavors as you want it to be. When it's ready, strain out the fruit and you're done.
If you're lazy like me though, you can also just use plain tequila blanco and this drink would still be super tasty.
The only other ingredients you need are watermelon liqueur, sour mix, triple sec, grenadine, and cranberry juice.
Since gummy bears are made of gelatin, it only makes sense to turn them into a jello shot! This is about the closest you can get to a boozy drink that tastes like a gummy bear, and it's super easy to make.
You start by making the jello -- they recommend a light color like yellow so you can see the gummy bears inside of the shot. Then you add a cup of vodka, pour the mixture into shot cups filled with gummy bears, and throw it all in the fridge for about 4 hours.
The end result is an adorable, tasty jello shot that would be fun at any party!
Here's another fun take on a gummy bear jello shot! This one is more like a gummy bear birthday cake shot, and who wouldn't want that!?
First, you dissolve plain gelatin in boiling water and add vanilla vodka once it's cooled down. From there, you dip the rim of the shot cups in frosting followed by sprinkles and add a few gummy bears inside the shot cup.
Then you just pour in the jello and vodka, and throw it all in the fridge until it's set. If this were my "birthday cake", I wouldn't be mad about it.
This recipe involves making boozy gummy bears, which are just gummy bears soaked in alcohol for a prolonged period of time. The gummies grow to about 3x their normal size and yes, they can get you very tipsy if you eat a few of them.
In this recipe, you soak the gummies in pineapple vodka for 24 hours. The other portion of the recipe is a frozen cocktail make with pineapple vodka, Captain Morgan, fruit punch, grenadine, and ice. It sounds perfect for the beach or for the summertime!
This fruity and slightly sweet "martini" looks incredibly drinkable and delish. Ingredients are 1.5 ounces of raspberry vodka, 1 ounce of peach schnapps, and 1 ounce of cranberry juice. Shake it all up in a shaker with ice and serve.
It's a fairly strong cocktail that even people who don't love the taste of alcohol will enjoy. The rainbow gummy bears on a martini pick are also such a cute garnish!
This recipe isn't exactly a gummy bear drink per se, but it's still filled with booze and will get you tipsy, so it deserves an honorable mention.
It uses cola gummies, which are shaped like cola bottles and taste just like Coke. To make it, you soak the gummies in bourbon for three days until they're as full as they can get.
The gummies will about triple in size, and roughly 10-15 would be equivalent to a shot of normal alcohol.
So be careful, because once you start popping these in it's going to be hard to stop!
Confession time: I was a victim of the Haribo Sugar Free Gummy Bear-pocalypse, so I didn’t have gummy bears for a few years, but now I’m ready to get back on the horse (er… bear) and try a few of these delish and adorable drinks. (If you don’t know what I’m talking about, read these Amazon reviews and prepare to laugh until you cry).
Did any of these gummy bear drinks catch your eye? For me it’s hard to choose just one — they’re all so fun and colorful!
PS: if you have a favorite gummy bear-inspired drink, let me know in the comment section below!