Kool-Aid Pie

"I have not tried this yet, but thought it sounded like a very kid friendly dessert. I got this from a parent of one of the kids my son goes to school with"
photo by Lynn in MA photo by Lynn in MA
photo by Lynn in MA
Ready In:
2hrs 5mins




  • In a bowl, mix all ingredients except crust.
  • Pour mixture into pie crust.
  • Refrigerate to set up for a couple hours.
  • (Cook time is chill time).

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  1. Lynn in MA
    Extremely simple! You can use any flavor Kool-Aid...the possibilities are endless. This time, I used peach-mango Kool-Aid and diced a fresh mango for garnish. I let the pie freeze for a few hours before serving to aid in slicing. Next time I make this I will try an Oreo crumb crust with raspberry Koo-Aid.
  2. mMadness97
    My mother-in-law gave me this recipe and it's pretty good! It's neat having so many flavor options with the kool-aid!
  3. Weewah
    Pretty, light, pertly flavored and you can put it together in 10 minutes including clean up. What's not to love? It's also easy to fancy up by stirring in canned, frozen or fresh fruit or berries. I had heard of this one from a relative who called it Lemonade Pie. There are many delicious options here, thanks for posting : )
  4. cookingwithgas
    This is one of the best and simpliest desserts I've tasted in a long time. Excellent recipe for young kids to make.
  5. Cookinwithsoul
    I love the recipe. I use it all the time at my job (a daycare) as a cooking project for the kids. you should see their faces light up when their parents come and they can say they made a pie!hahaha I was double checking the recipe, but mine calls for a small can of crushed pineapple...just a suggestion if you want a slight variation!


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