Imagine A Cinnamon Roll Shot Glass Filled With Bailey’s…Then Imagine No More


A few years ago, some genius came up with the idea of turning cookies into shot glasses you and drink milk from. Oh Bite It took the concept and ran with it, creating shot glasses out of cinnamon rolls.

All you’ll need are some shot glasses, a tube of cinnamon rolls, cinnamon, cooking spray and booze (Oh Bite It uses Bailey’s).

Taking your shot glasses, spray them with non-stick cooking spray until they’re completely coated. Depending on the size of your pre-made cinnamon rolls, cover them around the shot glasses.

Preheat your oven for 375 degrees and throw your cinnamon roll-covered shot glasses inside for 15 minutes. Take a cooking utensil with a handle that fits the shot glass and press down on the dough while it’s still warm so that the part that puffs up during the baking process goes back down.

Let your cinnamon roll shot glasses cool.

Once it’s cooled, take a knife and make a vertical slice along the dough. The shot glass should pop out smoothly.

Heat up your icing and coat your cinnamon roll glasses generously. Once the icing hardens a bit, you can begin to pouring your Bailey’s into the glasses.

Sprinkle a bit of cinnamon on top of your alcohol and enjoy in one boozy bite.

The full recipe can be found on Oh Bite It!


These Peppermint Shot Glasses Are Completely Edible [WATCH]


Peppermint Shot Glasses by Cheri of TheWateringMouth

The same genius mind who brought you Mini Pumpkin Pie Shots and Toasted Marshmallow Shot Glasses continues making a name for herself with her latest edible alcohol receptacle: Peppermint Shot Glasses.

Cheri of TheWateringMouth explains in her video explanation (see below) that her shots are made by melting down peppermint candies into mini sheets and letting them melt and cool off around the silhouette of a an actual shot glass:


The result of this experimentation and hard work? A shot glass that tastes like a peppermint candy when you sip and can be consumed whole after your debauchery has concluded.

Here’s how to make them for the reading impaired and visually stimulated:


Lego Shot Glasses Worth Stubbing Your Foot For


There’s a reason they give Legos to children, and not drunken adults. Sure, both are highly irresponsible and likely to lose the tiny, colorful building blocks, or try to eat them, or use them in any fashion other than the recommended play. But at least children are resilient. If they hurt themselves stepping barefoot on a Lego, they’ll be able to bounce back. If a drunken adult does it, well, have you ever wondered what it might feel like to be hungover in your head and your foot?

Not like that’ll stop us from using these Lego shot glasses though. New from Think Geek, these Build-On Brick Shot Glasses are perfectly compatible with regular Lego pieces, allowing kidults everywhere to indulge in as much Lego-themed debauchery as they please. (Think: sticking little Lego men on the side of the glass or trying to build a whole city in under an hour.) Especially crafty drinkers might even attempt to build flat Lego slippers to guard against the inevitable plastic shrapnel that’ll wind up in their carpets the next morning. For everyone else, it was nice knowing your feet?


Build on Brick Shot Glasses: set of 4 for $20 @ Think Geek

H/T Design Taxi


Dominique Ansel Brings Chocolate Chip Cookie Shot Glasses to SXSW


Well, they do say kids are basically tiny, drunken grown-ups. Exclusive to attendees of the Dominique Ansel Bakery “Cronut at Midnight” event at SXSW Interactive Festival this Sunday night, the cronut creator’s latest invention is simple, but crazy smart: a chocolate cookie shaped like a shot glass.

According to Grubstreet, the process involves extra-aerated cookie dough and a cylindrical mold, resulting in perfectly crispy-on-the-outside-gooey-on-the-inside chocolate chip cookies that double as receptacles for ice cold milk. Perfect for keeping your fingers dairy-free, we’d imagine these delectable darlings would also taste great filled with milk stout or even White Russians.

Sleepover, anyone?

You can also learn how to make a DIY gingerbread version here.


Dual Shot-Chaser Glass Eliminates Dreaded Lag In Between


Every time someone suggests a round of shots, I involuntary throw up in my mouth a little. Truth. Unless we’re talking whiskey, I’m the one scanning the room for any form of a chaser, whether it be beer or a half-empty Red Bull. However, even with a chaser in hand and a shot in the other, that dreaded lag time in between still exists.

Luckily, this dual shot glass seeks to eliminate that problem by combining your liquor on top and your chaser of choice at the bottom. Note, in order to keep the liquids separate you’ll need to pour the heavier liquid first (usually the chaser) and may need the help of a bar spoon when pouring the shot over. The plastic container is able to hold 2.5 oz of chaser while a 1.5 oz shot sits above it. Vodka and OJ, Hennessy and Sunkist (trust me) — the possibilities are endless.

Plus, it cuts down on the inevitable clean up the next day. Wins all around.

Dual Shot Glasses, Set of 4, $10 @Amazon

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Mason Jar Shot Glasses For All the Baby Hipsters in Your Life


My Pinterest senses are tingling.

Mini-dessert holders. Mini-lamps. Mini-mini-jam jars! Sure, you could use these Mason Jar Shot Glasses the way they were meant to be used (as a social lubricant vehicle for pseudo-intellectual baby hillbillies everywhere), but that would be a sorry waste of their potential. Especially since each jar holds about twice as much as your average shot glass. Just imagine all the adorable crafts you can now cram into an even more unreasonable space! You’ll never have to worry about putting plants into plant-size containers again.

Alternatively, we could just agree to move past our collective vintage/twee boner and use regular shot glasses (and vases and lamps and jars), but then we’d just have to find some other anachronistic decor to fawn over, wouldn’t we? At least these are still kinda cute.

Mason Jar Shot Glasses: 4 for $17 @ Amazon

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The Shot Flask, For Sharing With Unhygienic Friends

shot flask

I recently snuck whiskey into a Non-Alcohol Zone. All was successful until I tried to mix the right ratio of whiskey with coke. I am not a bartender, so I don’t know how many seconds is equivalent to the amount of ounces in a shot. It was too weak, and then it was too strong. Eventually, I got it right, but wouldn’t it be easier if we could just have a shot glass handy to do the measuring for us? I am calling this Reason #144 to buy the Shot Flask, right after #143, which is so that you can still share your whiskey with people who have bad hygiene.

The Shot Flask contains an expandable shot glass, while still maintaining the flat, sleek shape and without compromising the amount of liquor it can hold. It’s made by Stone Cask, the makers of “premium beverage accessories,” leather bound, stainless steel and holds the standard 8 ounces of liquid. The Shot Flask is making it’s debut right before the gift-giving season, which also happens to be the season of debauchery.

Shot Flask: $25 @Stone Cask

Via Laughing Squid


Watch This Guy Turn a Jawbreaker Into a Shot Glass [VIDEO]

Jawbreakers are known for having a steel like demeanor, thus the name, insinuating that you’ll have a broken jaw by the end of its consumption.

Leave it to artist Hifjohn to take the notoriously hard candy and whittle it down to a beautiful shot glass. That’s right, utilizing a near a quarter-hour worth of patience, he breaks through the candies many layers to reveal a beautifully constructed container for those gag-inducing shots of vodka.

Someone call up Willy Wonka, let’s get toasty.

Here’s the magic:

[Via Foodiggity]