Kool-Aid Fruit Juice Popsicles

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Summer is quickly approaching. How does a nice cold popsicle sound? A tropical blend of fruit juice and frozen fruit. Sounds good? Using Kool-Aid unsweetened juice mix and a popsicle mold, I created a fruity tropical popsicle with pieces of mixed berries. The best part? You can easily create your own tropical popsicle with the numerous varieties of Kool-Aid juice mixes found at your local Wal-Mart.

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Kool-Aid has a variety of options for your next party or summer get-togethers. They are convenient for any fruit juice beverage you want to offer so many different options for your guests. You have Lemon-Lime or Watermelon flavor which is perfect for summer refreshments.

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  • 96 oz Ready-to-Drink Kool-Aid Bottles
  • Kool-Aid Jammers
  • Kool-Aid Bursts
  • Kool-Aid Powders
  • Kool-Aid Liquid

Kool-Aid Fruit Juice Popsicles

Popsicles are a breeze when using Kool-Aid products. You have the option of using the 96oz Ready-To-Drink Kool-Aid bottle or the single powder packets of Kool-Aid. I used the packets since I wanted to experiment with different flavors. I like to call it “ombre popsicles”. You will need a few things to create your own:

  1. Mix contents of your Kool-Aid powder as directed (if going this route)
  2. Pour Kool-Aid mix into your popsicle mold (half way if you want two flavors)
  3. Add pieces of fruit
  4. Put in the freezer for about 4 hours (make sure to close the popsicle because it will be difficult to try to close the lid when you add the second flavor, if you want two flavors)
  5. Optional: if you are adding another flavor be sure your first flavor is frozen completely.
  6. Pour the second flavor to mold and put back in the freezer (add more fruit if you want)
  7. Remove after a few hours and enjoy!

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The flavor combinations are endless with all the variety of flavors Kool-Aid offers. My favorite popsicle was Sharkleberry Fin with berries. I added strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries into the popsicle mix. It really enhanced the fruit juice flavor of Kool-Aid.

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I used Sharkleberry Fin and Lemon-Lime to get the ombre effect. The combination of the two fruit juices is delicious and refreshing!

You can also treat these 3-ingredient Blueberry yogurt pops that everyone in the family will love. 

What flavor combinations would you use?


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2 Comments

  1. Jenna Wood
    April 28, 2014 / 8:30 pm

    This brings back memories of my childhood- we always had homemade popcicles in the freezer! We also always has fresh frozen fruit my mother would put in our Kool-Aid! #Client

  2. August 1, 2014 / 12:21 pm

    Thanks for the recipe! I like strong pops so I’ll have to make them a little stronger than normal. The kiwi and peach sounds good. All we have in the house is cherry and orange but I’ll grab some more later!
    Oh an, in your last paragraph it says “great” and I think you meant to create the ombré effect…
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