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Helllllo, Summer! These 10 Edible Shot Glasses Are Pure Drinking Fun

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Helllllo, Summer! These 10 Edible Shot Glasses Are Pure Drinking Fun

Make this summer the summer of the shot glass! That's right, ditch all your shot glasses you've been collecting from tourist attractions you visited and make your own shot glass with yummy treats you can find in your very own kitchen.

Even if you're not a drinker, you can fill these shot glasses with delicious things like caramel or chocolate. If you're more of a daredevil, you can add alcohol or try this new pot cocktail recipe

Here are 10 shot glasses that are perfectly safe to eat and super-scrumptious for summer.

1. S'mores Shot Glass

Who doesn't love S'mores in the summer? Mix it up by melting a marshmallow into the shape of a shot glass.

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2. Tomato and Cucumber Shot Glasses

Turn these vegetables into glasses using a small pairing knife.

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3. Brownie Shot Glass

Brownies are not just good on their own. You can also make them into little dishes by using muffin tins and filling them 3/4 of the way.

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4. Peppermint Shot Glass

Melt some peppermint candies on a cookie sheet with wax paper, then put them on a shot glass to form.

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5. Gummy Shot Glass

You don't even have to be crafty to enjoy these. You can order them online.

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6. Cookie Shot Glass

Take some cookie dough and mini popover pan, and have your milk ready to pour once they're done cooking.

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7. Strawberry Shots

Eat chocolate strawberries in a new way by using a mellon-baller or measuring spoon to make the berries hollow.

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8. Ice Shot Glass

Buy yourself a ice tray and have some fun.

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9. Airhead Shot Glass

Microwave then roll up some Airheads around a shot glass to shape them.

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10. Herbs Shot Glass

Grab some mint leaves and put them in water when you fill up your ice tray shooter.

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