4 Reviews

This is a great mixture that makes a softer textured popsicle that kids love; solid but not rock-hard. I like them for a low-carb treat - using the sugar-free versions of the drink mix and gelatin and no added sweetener. I reduce the water to a total of three cups (just 1 cup of boiling water, then 2 cups of ice water). Thanks for posting this recipe!

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Lise in Indiana May 29, 2010

Loved these as a kid. We used a full cup of sugar in ours. I've made many different flavors - grape is best!

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Karen R. May 31, 2014

These are awesome!!! My mother use to make these for me when I was a little boy when I was siuck and 40yrs later they taste even better than when I was I little boy. These are so easy and taste great that no doubt a 5 star rating from me!!! They are pretty sweet so you might want to watch out but I used the sugar free ones and that helped a little.

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trishamarieowens December 08, 2009

It sounds good i will have to try it.

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Surfer1095 June 28, 2009
Kool - Aid & Jello Popsicles