Add the boiling water and jello to a medium mixing bowl and stir until dissolved.
Add the wine and brandy. Stir again.
Using an injector or pourable cup, fill each shot glass about ¾ of the way full.
Chill for about 3 hours or until set up.
If you want to garnish your jello shots, slice the strawberries into chunks. Top each shot with whipped cream, and one of each fruit. You can also skip the whipped cream and simply top the shot with just the fruit. Enjoy!
To Store: You can store your jello shots covered in the fridge for up to a week.
To Freeze: Do not freeze these jello shots!
I like to line up my shot glasses on a flat, firm, moveable surface like a tray or cookie sheet. This makes it easier to move them back and forth from the fridge.
Do not add the garnishes to your shots until you’re ready to serve them. They can be garnished for a couple of hours before serving, but do not leave them overnight or the garnishes will become gross, effectively ruining the entire shot.
If you can’t find raspberry jello, you can always swap it out for another red jello, just so the color gets close enough.