Fireball Shots

10 Best Fireball Shots: Jello, Pudding & Liquid Shot Recipes

Fireball is a flavored whiskey with a spicy cinnamon flavor. Fireball whiskey is loved by many and can be used to create flavorful cocktails and shots for every occasion. It’s hard to choose what the best Fireball shots are when they all taste so good, but these ten had are at the top of our list!

Fireball Shots

Fireball Jello Shots

1. Fireball Cherry Jello Shots

by Entertaining Diva

Fireball Cherry Jello Shots

Cherry jello and Fireball go together perfectly. With the right balance of heat and sweetness, these cherry jello shots will quickly become a go-to recipe for parties and celebrations.

All you need to create the mixture is cherry jello mix, Fireball, and hot water. Don’t forget to make the shots ahead of time, so the jello has time to cool and set. If you want to up the presentation, add some whipped cream and cinnamon candies on top before serving.

2. Fireball Cider Jello Shots

by Delish

Fireball Cider Jello Shots

Apple cider is a delicious seasonal beverage that can only be made better by one thing – Fireball. Apple cider, unflavored gelatin, and cinnamon whiskey are used to make these jello shots. As an added bonus, your house will smell like the holiday season while you cook the cider and gelatin.

Top with whipped cream and a green apple slice before serving. If you want stronger shots, substitute some of the cider for more Fireball. 

Easy Shots

3. Fireball Party Shot Bucket

from Drizly

The easiest way to serve Fireball whiskey is a simple shot. Instead of pouring shots yourself from the bottle, save some time by ordering a party bucket of Fireball shots from Drizly! Take the lid off the bucket, and you’re ready to serve. 

4. Watermelon Fireball Shots


Watermelon Fireball Shots

When you think of the fire and spice in a cinnamon whiskey shot, having something sweet to even it out sounds great, but what should you use? Watermelon balls soaked in Fireball overnight make a fun new way to enjoy your drink!

Place one chilled, soaked watermelon ball into a shot glass and fill it with Fireball. Not only does this shot taste good, but it can also technically be counted as food, right? 

5. Cinnamon Toast Crunch Shot

by A Couple Cooks

Cinnamon Toast Crunch Shot

The cinnamon toast crunch shot is one of the most famous Fireball shots. The recipe requires just two ingredients, Fireball and Rumchata. The shot tastes exactly like cold milk at the bottom of a bowl of cinnamon toast crunch with a little heat added.

Combine the ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice before pouring them into a shot glass to get the best flavor, but you can serve both ingredients at room temperature if you prefer.

Fireball Pudding Shots

6. Cinnamon Toast Crunch Fireball Pudding Shots

by Tipsy Bartender

This fun take on the classic cinnamon toast crunch shot creates a dessert and drink in one. If you’ve never tried a pudding shot before, you’ve been drinking all wrong!

Vanilla pudding mix, milk, Rumchata, and Fireball make a boozy pudding cup that will have you saying “yum” with every bite. Top with whipped cream, a dash of cinnamon, and a few pieces of cinnamon toast crunch cereal.

7. Egg Nog Pudding Shots

by The Country Cook

Egg Nog Pudding Shots

Fireball cinnamon whiskey pairs wonderfully with holiday egg nog to make these pudding shots. You’ll also need bourbon and vanilla pudding mix. Before serving, garnish with whipped cream and a sprinkle of nutmeg for a blast of egg nog flavor in the first bite.

Christmas Shots with Fireball

8. Apple Red Hot Shot

by Love to Know

Apple Red Hot Shot

This apple red hot shot will have your shot glass matching your favorite Christmas sweater with a bright red tone that’s fitting for all your holiday parties. Fireball, apple brandy, and grenadine are combined in a cocktail shaker with ice, then strained into a glass. No need to add a garnish – the warm flavor and bright color will keep you in the Christmas spirit all night long.

9. Fireball Cinnamon Roll Shot

by Advanced Mixology

Fireball Cinnamon Roll Shot

There’s something about freshly baked cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning that just feel right. Capture the flavor of your favorite Christmas morning cinnamon rolls in this shot. 

Fireball, cream soda, whipped cream, and nutmeg may sound like an interesting combination, but it’s just what you need to make drinks that taste like cinnamon rolls!

Tip: use freshly grated nutmeg for a better flavor

10. Firenog

by Fireball


Firenog can be served as a cocktail or a shot. Unlike other recipes, this drink just uses ratios that can be adjusted to any sized drink. 2 parts Fireball and 1 part egg nog make a Christmas mixture that’s impossible to refuse.

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