Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

My kids used to love these special homemade treats and they loved helping to make them. My grandkids love this now.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Dissolve Jello and sugar in boiling water.
  2. Dissolve Kool-Aid in cold water. Pour Kool-Aid and Jello mixture together.
  3. Pour into small (3 oz) paper cups, ice cube trays, or pop molds.
  4. Freeze until almost firm.
  5. Insert popsicle sticks, party picks, etc. and freeze until firm.


Most Helpful

Had a craving for a popsicle, but didn't have any in the house. I use to have a homemade popsicle recipe, but couldn't find it. I'm glad that I found this one. Dug out my tupperware popsicle holders that I've had for past 20 years. I used a pkg. Watermelon Cherry Kool-Aid, and a box of Watermelon JELL-O; these popsicles tasted great. Can't wait to experiment with other flavors, like: Berry Blue Kool-Aid with Berry Blue JELL-O, Raspberry Kool-Aid with Raspberry JELL-O, Kiwi-Watermelon Kool-Aid with Watermelon JELL-O, Strawberry Kool-Aid with Strawberry/Banana JELL-O, Mandarin Orange Kool-Aid with either Apricot, Peach or Orange-Pineapple JELL-O etc... Can't wait to make these for my granddaughter; she'll think that her grandma makes the best tasting popsicles in the whole world. Thanks Darlene for the recipe.

Domestic Goddess March 17, 2003

I have made these popsicles ever since my kids were small, which is close to 40 years. I got the recipe at a Tupperware party. The last few years I substituted Splenda for the sugar, and I use the sugar free Jello. The consistency is a bit different, but they taste pretty good! I figured this would be good for the calorie cutters and for anyone who is diabetic!

memaw f August 28, 2012

Making mines tonight.My little man has a tummy bug and wants popsicles.

family4ca April 29, 2013

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