You know we love Jello shots at Brit + Co. They’re perfect for Cinco de Mayo, St. Patrick’s Day and Mardi Gras, because if you’re looking to serve something festive, Jello shots are your best bet. They don’t take a lot of time to prepare and they’re always a crowd pleaser. But you don’t have to wait for a holiday to make a batch. Here are some shots that kick things up a notch for any day that ends in Y ;)

1. Red, White and Blue Jello Shots: The 4th may have come and gone, but we’re willing to get patriotic more than once a year if these little guys are involved in the affair. (via Brit + Co)

2. Sour Cherry Jello Shots: A gorgeous deep red, these Jello shots are made with sour cherry syrup and lemon juice. (via Style Me Pretty)

3. Salted Caramel Jello Shot Bites: A Jello shot that doubles as a sweet snack made with butterscotch schnapps… yeah, you could be into that. (via That’s So Michelle)

4. Star-Studded Jello Shots: Vodka-soaked gummies hidden in a Jello shot? This recipe by Jaymee Sire of E is for Eat is absolutely out of this world! (via Brit + Co)

5. Raspberry Lemonade Jello Shots: A pretty sweet layered Jello effect served in slices of lemon? We always did love a good sunset. (via The Kitchn)

6. John Daly Jello Shots: Fore! After you’ve hit the green, down a Jello shot flavored with lemonade, iced tea and bourbon. It’s like a sexier Arnold Palmer. (via Brit + Co)

7. Ombre Gelatin Shots: Lovely ombre pink shots are so delightfully girly thanks to cranberry juice and pink lemonade. (via Vicky Barone)

8. Jägerbomb Jello Shots: Looking for something a little more serious to serve at your next party? Relive your college days with Jägermeister. (via Bakers Royale)

9. Raspberry Champagne Jello Shots: Champagne and sprinkles turn ordinary raspberry Jello into something quite special. (via Miss Buttercup)

10. Cosmopolitan Jello Shots: Everyone’s favorite martini is now available in one tiny shot. The cotton candy garnish adds an extra touch of F-U-N. (via Polka Dot Bride)

11. Birthday Cake Jello Shots: Cake-flavored vodka and cream soda turn a nostalgic childhood staple into a grown-up treat. (via Erica’s Sweet Tooth)

12. Lemon Drop Jello Shots: Prepare to pucker! These lemon delights have a tiny bit of sugar for added sweetness. (via A Beautiful Mess)

13. Butterbeer Jelly Shots: This one’s for all you Harry Potter fanatics. If you’re dying to try butterbeer, create these Jello shots with vanilla vodka and cream soda. (via Jello Shot Test Kitchen)

14. Pumpkin Spice Latte Jello Shots: Is it too early to talk about pumpkin spice? These mini latte Jello shots are too precious not to share. (via That’s So Michelle)

15. Guinness Jello Shots: A two-step shot that resembles a baby Guinness! The bottom layer is Guinness-flavored Jello, while the foam is Irish cream flavored. (via One Fine Cookie)

16. Rose Jello Shots: Feeling fancy? Made in a rose mold, these pomegranate and elderflower Jello shots may look prim and proper but they totally snuck sparkling wine into the party. (via E is For Eat)

17. Espresso Jello Shots: Need a little jolt? Non-alcoholic espresso Jello shots will get you buzzing. Those black and white layers are super chic. (via Mom’s Dish)

18. Strawberry Cheesecake Jello Shots: Amp up the typical rum Jello shots by serving them in hollowed-out strawberries and topping the little creation with whipped cream. (via Brit + Co)

19. Mojito Jello Shots: Summer’s favorite cocktail is now a Jello shot. Added mint leaves keep things classy. (via A Beautiful Mess)

20. Blow Pop Martini Jelly Shot: A Jello shot that has all the candy-colored flavor of a Blow Pop is the best grown-up addition that you could possibly add to your party’s candy bar. (via Jelly Shot Test Kitchen)

21. Pineapple Upside-Down Cake Jello Shots: Aloha! For your next luau make these oh-so-adorable pineapple upside-down cake Jello shots. (via E is For Eat)

22. Frankengoblin Jello Shot: Is it too early to start talking about Halloween? Yeah, we didn’t think so either. (via Brit + Co)

Are you a fan of Jello shots? Which one are you going to make first? Let us know in the comments.