Final Amount Varies - The amount of shots recipe makes will vary based on the size of the cup you use and how full you fill it.
Skip The Molds - In my experience, fun shaped silicone molds aren't the best and you usually have to use cooking spray with them for jello shots which makes them kind of gross.
Don't Overfill - If you're not planning on serving these right after they set and are storing them in the fridge for a few days, make sure to leave room at the top for the lid.
Mini Baster - This is actually the cleanest and easiest way to fill up your shot glasses. I love this mini baster!
Measuring Cup - I have found that a small measuring cup also works great for distributing the shots into the cups. I really like this cup because it has a nice spout for easy, no mess pouring.
Cookie Sheet - The easiest way to transport from the counter to the refrigerator after filling is by arranging the cups on a cookie sheet.
Shelf Life - They should be consumed within 1 week of being made.