Chocolate Shot Glasses

Chocolate Shot Glasses | @candiquik

I’ve been wanting to make chocolate shot glasses for longer than I’d like to admit! I kept tossing different ideas around on how I’d like to make them and then was forced to realize that a silicone mold is the only way to do it without creating a major project for yourself.

These were so simple to make. I think I’m going to be the chocolate shot glass girl from now on. Having a party? I’ll bring the shot glasses. It’s up to you to fill them!

These are very universal, I’m already thinking they would be awesome for a birthday, St. Patty’s Day, New Years (obviously), and really any event you want! You could even make them for a kid’s party and fill with ice cream. Ahh, they’re just so cute!

I literally poured the Chocolate Candiquik right out of the tray and into the silicone shot glass mold and walked away. Then I came back about 30 minutes later and popped them out of the mold. Done.

Then if you’re feeling fancy, dip the rim of the shot glass in remaining chocolate coating and sprinkle.

If you’re looking for a chocolate shot glass mold, this is the one I used.


Chocolate Shot Glasses
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Total time
These chocolate shot glasses are fun and perfect for any party!
Serves: 4
  • 1 (16 oz.) package Chocolate CANDIQUIK Coating
  • 1 silicone shot glass mold (ex: Fred Cool Shooters Mold)
  • + your choice of filling and garnish
  1. Melt Chocolate CANDIQUIK in tray according to package directions.
  2. Spoon melted Candiquik into each shot glass mold, filling to the top.
  3. Allow to set completely.
  4. Once set, pop chocolate shot glasses out of mold.
*tip: to easily release chocolate from the silicon mold, pull the silicon away from the chocolate, releasing the seal and push from the bottom up, inverting the mold.


What would you fill your chocolate shot glass with?!

Chocolate Shot Glasses |

Here are a couple other bloggers who have made awesome shot glasses: 

Spabetti’s Chocolate Shot Glasses

Sprinkle Bake’s Chocolate Toffee Candy Bar Shots


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  1. Michal says

    Thank you so much!
    I just don’t understand, doesn’t the chocolate become solid, when you fill the entire mold? How can you then fill it with whatever u want?

    • Miss CandiQuik says

      Hi Michal! The shot glasses are molded upside down so the bottom of the glass is the opening in the mold. Sort of like a big ice cube tray, but with a dome in the middle of each compartment to make room for the inside of the glass :)


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