Jason from the "Friday the 13th" movies, a castle on a cloud, and corn on the cob are among some of the creations made by a threesome who believe that Jell-O shots should be an art form.
The blog My Jello Americans started with Cory Kete and Moe Sheehan, two Philadelphians who said they had a creative streak while snowed in with some liquor and gelatin on hand.
The story, shared with Gizmodo, goes that Kete and Sheehan had planned on going to a party and bought a bunch of supplies. The party was snowed out but they made the shots anyway and took photos that they posted on the blog.
"The idea was always there," Sheehan told to Gizmodo. "It was something we each had since birth and it wasn't until this particularly terrible winter in Philadelphia that the idea was dislodged and worked into our conscious brains."
Meg Booth joined up after Kete moved to Austin, Texas. The three continue to post their creations such as "Shriner Fez," "Corn-Bred" and "SNAP Blossom," on their blog.
They use different types of gelatin, including three vegan ones, which are listed on the blog. Ingredients, including the type of alcohol used, are listed with the photos.
The Philadelphia blog ThrillList listed other treats like one modeled after the popular preschool treat Ants on a Log, with green Twizzlers taking the place of celery and gelatin and vodka mixed into the peanut butter.
"Nearly all of the shots both look beautiful and sound delicious," wrote the Phoodie.info blog, which said they have posted more than 30 shots.
As far as their backgrounds, Kete said they have each been in the food industry for more than 10 years while Sheehan was also a bartender.
The Philadephia Citypaper said they are also working on a zine that will include detailed recipes.