Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

A friend gave me this recipe and it is a great treat for the kiddos, especially in the spring and summer! Easier to make if you have popsicle molds (available at most dollar stores and from Tupperware), but you can get away with using 3 ounce paper cups and craft sticks or plastic spoons. Plan ahead, as they need to freeze for several hours.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine gelatin, drink mix, sugar and boiling water in a 2 quart pitcher.
  2. Stir until dissolved.
  3. Add cold water to make 2 quarts.
  4. Pour into popsicle molds or 3 oz plastic or paper cups and freeze until completely frozen (If using cups instead of molds, insert wooden craft sticks or plastic spoons after a couple hours or when mixture starts to become slushy and then freeze until completely frozen.).


Most Helpful

Karen, these were great! My kids couldn't wait to get their hands on them. They were very easy to prepare! I used grape kool aid and grape jello. Exciting, huh? :) I didn't want to spring any funky flavor combos on my kids, they can be picky. Anyway, they taste great, and I will be making these all summer! Thanks for posting!

ciao May 19, 2003

Excellent flavour! My toddlers loved them. I'll need to buy extra popsicle moulds because these make a huge amount. I used cherry kool-aid/cherry jello. Thanks for sharing!

cuisinebymae June 17, 2003

We have a winner! My grandsons (5 & 2) say these are toooo good.I discovered you can half the ingredients if you have little ones that dont like the same kind. It comes out to 1/2 c.jello and 1/2 tea. koolaid and 1/2 cup sugar. You can still use the cup full of water to disolve. Then add water to make 1 quart. I use my 4 cup mearsuring cup to do everything.

maw maw July 29, 2003

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