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My kids absolutely loved these! They are so easy to make. I must admit, I tried one, too. I will be keeping a constant supply in the freezer this summer!

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Cookbook Barbie December 31, 2002

I made this for my 21 month old son and he really enjoyed it, along with me to. Thanks Karen

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Sheri-BDB May 06, 2003

Great recipe. I admit the first time I tried making them without the sugar and that was a mistake!! These definately need the extra sugar. Will be making these a lot, my son and I loved them!!

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iluvmythomas October 25, 2003

Sorry for the pos again...You do need to be careful with the water and the sugar. Some recipes have you using the small pkgs of Jello with 1 cup of sugar and 1 cup water, hot and cold. Others have you using 1/2 cup sugar and 2 cups hot and 2 cups cold water. So you really need to find a happy medium that you like. To keep the sugar content down I have used sugar free Jello and kool-aid. They taste good but no where near as good as with real sugar. But if you use sugar free kool-aid and a 1/3 or 1/4 cup of sugar and follow the directions you get a pretty darn good pop. Again you just need to taste and test to you buds of tasting.

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mnkracker August 16, 2012

Too watery!!!

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spiceladynb June 15, 2007

I made these a few days ago. They are pretty good. I found them to be a bit too sweet for my own personal taste but I bet children would really go fot them!

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Canadian_in_the_Bay May 14, 2007

These were wonderful. I used orange flavored gelatin. The girls want to try strawberry next. I like using the small paper cups because you can just tear away the cup instead of fighting to unmold it! Thanks!

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BamaBelle30 April 26, 2007

These were great, I mushed up a banana and put it into the molds before pouring the Jello in the molds. Came out easily when ran under warm water. I used Sugarless Jello because thats what I had and it was very tasty. Going to try this with different fruit and flavours. Super easy tasty treat. I got 16 good sized popsicles with molds I bought at the Dollarstore.... cheap treat!

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Phoenix 0880 March 16, 2007

My DSS and his friend helped me make these...they are so easy and alot of fun for the kids to make! Plus, they taste great!!!! I have to make another batch tonight as we've eaten all the others! Thanks for posting such an inexpensive, easy, yummy recipe!!

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Troop Angel July 26, 2004
Frozen JELLO Pops