April 21, 2018

Homemade Kool-aid Popcicles (using Kool-Aid and Jello gelatin)

Today is... warm!  And sunny!  And it has me looking forward to more warm and sunny days even though deep down I know starting tomorrow it's going to be rainy and cold.

I decided I wanted to make homemade popcicles and I was so surprised to search my site to see I haven't blogged about these since... get ready for it... 2007!  It's time. 

The recipe is the same one my Mom used to make these for me and my siblings back in the 70's.  And the little white popcicle molds in the photo?  Those are the actual Tupperware popcicle molds I ate my little homemade popicles from back in 1973!   My mother handed them down to me when I had kids of my own.  (I just checked and you can still find a few vintage Tupperware original popcicle molds on ebay and Amazon as of this posting.)

Homemade Kool-aid Popcicles

3 oz. jello
1 c sugar or sweetener of choice
1 pkg. dry Kool-Aid
2 c cold water
2 c boilding water

Mix all. Pour into your molds. Freeze as usual.

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