Prep 1 min
Cook 0 mins
Choose your flavor! We keep a variety of flavors in the fridge and eat these all day long. You can purchase plastic squirt bottles from a craft store or the craft dept of Walmart at a cost of about $1 each. NOTE: A package of Kool Aid is .14 oz but zaar changes it to 1/4 oz. :/
- To a 4 cup glass pyrex measuring cup add the Kool Aid and Splenda. Add water to the 4 cup mark and stir gently to combine (Splenda will dissolve quickly).
- Transfer to plastic squirt bottles. Refrigerate and use as needed. To use, just pour desired amount over shaved ice and serve.
Bleu - this is fantastic!! A less sweet version of the syrups used for snow cones that I can make for a fraction of the cost of purchasing them for my son. I even adjusted this down to a 1/2 cup serving so I could make a couple different flavors to try and it works out great. Made as a bonus for your win in the Summer Spectacular Event in the Cooking Tag Games forum June 2009.
What a fun and tasty way to make snow cones. Really like that now we can have sugar free snow cones. Thanks for the post.