Can I post one of your photos on my website?

Please do! As long as you link back to That’s so Michelle, that’s fine by me. Sharing is caring. I would prefer to keep the full recipes of my jello shot posts only on That’s so Michelle. Email me if you have any more questions on this and we can work something out.

Is this your full time job?

Nope. I actually work for a think tank in Washington DC in their communications shop. I do my blog posts on the weekend during my son’s nap time. It’s therapeutic.

I want to start a blog, how should I start?

Don’t be afraid to get started. My first post was on hot yoga. I had no original photos and I didnt share it with anyone. Over time I found my focus and the posts and photos got better and I started sharing my work more often. I am still learning everyday. The best way to do it is to dive right in. Your blog will always be a work in progress.

What if I don’t want to use alcohol in my jello shots?

Simply replace each cup of alcohol with a cup or water or juice of choice.

What do I do with the left over jello after I cut out my shots?

When cutting out shapes for shots you will inevitably have some left over jello in your 9×13 inch pan. If you aren’t comfortable tossing it, do you best to make uniform shapes with what is left and save it for after your guests have finished your first round, after a lively party they won’t mind the left overs. Trust me.

Why do you use coconut milk? Can I use regular milk?

You sure can. I just think that coconut milk is delicious. If you use milk or cream just add some sugar to sweeten it up.