Desserts in a shot glass – who could resist! They are so tiny, so cute, and so classy. There’s something really special about serving dessert shooters that makes them so much more fun than full-sized treats. Plus, shot glass desserts make it okay for you to have more than one serving of dessert. (Yesssss!)

If you’re hosting a New Year’s Eve party I highly recommend trying out a few of these dessert shooter recipes to wow your guests! They’re not as hard to make as they look – some are even no-bake. Give it a try and you’ll have the best-looking dessert bar in town!

1. Lemon dessert shooters by Sugar Spun Run

2. Tiramisu pudding pie shots by Lemons for Lulu

3. Salted caramel eggnog shooters by SprinkleBakes

4. Banana cream pie shooters by Mama’s Gotta Bake

5. Bananas foster no bake cheesecake shooters by Mind Over Batter

6. S’mores pudding shots by My Baking Addiction

7. Key lime pie shooters by Domestic Superhero

8. Caramel apple trifles by Bakers Royale

9. Champagne chantilly shooters by SprinkleBakes

10. Mint chocolate no bake cheesecake by My Baking Addiction

11. Chocolate mousse and brownie shot glass desserts by Sarah Hearts

12. Butterscotch pudding shooters by Mama’s Gotta Bake

For more New Year’s Eve party ideas, click here!


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  1. 1
    Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017 at 2:56 pm
    Thomas says:
    I love the desert no.1
  2. 2
    Monday, June 5th, 2017 at 11:06 am
    Kelly Queen says:
    I'd like the recipe for Strawberry Shortcakes in the mini cups with a spoon
    • 2.1
      Monday, June 5th, 2017 at 12:03 pm
      Heather says:
      Hi Kelly! There's no recipe. It's just a way to assemble/serve the shortcake.
  3. 3
    Sunday, August 13th, 2017 at 3:05 pm
    Collyn says:
    Hey! Question, could you make these a night in advance for a wedding the next day. Or should they be assembled day of?
    • 3.1
      Monday, August 14th, 2017 at 8:19 am
      Heather says:
      Hi Collyn! I'm sorry, I don't know for sure. I'd assume that most caterers and restaurants prep desserts in advance though?