3 Cookie Shot Glasses You Can Eat

July 18th, 2016 by Desiree Smith

Who wants some milk and cookies? The milk and cookie shot has been trending for a couple years now, and we’ve seen as many different ways of making them as we have flavor combinations. This iconic treat pairing is easier than ever to make when you use this Cookie Shot Glass Pan Set. Need some more ideas? Check out these three recipes for cookie shot glasses.


Learn how to make these delicious cookies and mousse chocolate chip cookie shot glasses! Impress your guests with this delicious dessert or make them as a special birthday treat. Everyone is sure to love the creamy mousse inside this crispy cookie shot glass. Get the how to here.

Mousse Chocolate Chip Cookie Shooters


This one is for the grown ups! Learn how to make these tasty bourbon and chocolate chip cookie shot glasses! Great for any time you want a sweet treat with a little kick at your birthday party, girl’s night out or holiday celebration. Here’s everything you will need to make these tasty chocolate chip and bourbon kidult chocolate chip cookie shooters and have a great time!

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Learn how to make these delicious cookies and cream chocolate chip cookie and ice cream shot glasses! They make the perfect treats for movie nights, sleep overs, birthday parties or just any time you want to treat yourself! Here’s everything you need to make these tasty chocolate chip cookie shooters.




Desiree Smith Desiree is the Public Relations Manager at Wilton. She spends her days monitoring media opportunities, working with newspaper, magazine and television contacts, collaborating with bloggers and handling a variety of other odds and ends. Desiree has a degree in journalism and experience writing for newspapers and television. Outside of Wilton, she enjoys running and planning outings with friends.

6 Replies

  1. Jaci Omarrah says:

    I bought the wilton shot glasses, and looking to find how or what to use to make just chocolate molds. Thank you

  2. pam says:

    Just bought the silicone ice molds, the kind you make with melted chocolate or jello. Are there recipes for these?

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  4. Richard Rowe says:

    I am not a baker, so am hoping you can direct me to a video that shows how to make the cookie shot glasses. I looked for a Wilton Class on this process, but did not find one. I’d most likely attend a class in Darien if it addressed only the making of edible shot glasses using the Wilton silicone shot glass mold.

    Thanks for any advice!

  5. Richard Rowe says:

    I purchased a Wilton silicone shot glass mold and was directed to this blog. I managed to jam the cookie dough in to the mold leaving no voids and put it in the oven for the specified time, but the dough “poofed up” like muffin tops, but I set the mold on a wire rack to cool. Once cooled, it became apparent that the dough in the “sides of the shot glasses” had not cooked. I contacted Wilton but got no help regarding baking cookie dough shot glasses in the silicone molds. What a huge disappointment. I have a party coming up and wanted to serve mudslide puddings in light chocolate cookie dough cups.

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