Fruit Juice Kool-Aid Pops

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OK, so I may be on a Popsicle kick. How could I not be with this crazy warm, sunny weather. My boyfriend and I spend a lot of time outdoors. Sometimes we run out of that ice cold lemonade and need another way to cool down while outside. Also stay hydrated too. Whats one thing we as adults never grow out of? Popsicles!!  We may not eat them a lot but have to admit we enjoy them once in a while. My favorites happen to be homemade too. You can put all your favorite things in it and get as creative as you’d like. Another thing I love that I grew up with is Kool-Aid. So I choose to make them into a fruit juice pop.

We love cool snacks on the go too for a nice walk around the house. A fruit juice pop with Kool-Aid seem to be the perfect addition to our summer days. Walmart now has 96oz ready to go Kool-Aid available for purchase in the juice isle. AMAZING, right?! No more making messes to mix it up. Not that that’s not fun. They are so convenient  also to grab and go.

 

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I made Kool-Aid Ready to go watermelon ice pops. I must say so myself, Kool-Aid is good in like everything. Crafts, food, drinks, etc. What can’t you make or use Kool-Aid for?

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Ingredients

96oz Ready To Go watermelon Kool-Aid  (2 cups)

Cut up watermelon slices (1 cup)

Ice Pop mold (Makes 6)

You want to grab your ice pop mold and set it up. Then you want to add some watermelon into each pop mold. Then pour the watermelon Kool-Aid into each mold but not to the very top. Then put your sticks inside and place in your freezer over night or for about 3 hours. When they are done. You have an amazing, refreshing fruit juice Kool-Aid pop. The best part of this is, it can be to go.

So simple to make and fun to eat.

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Jim Dillard, pro fisherman, could be coming to your local Walmart to help promote the new 96oz Kool-Aid bottles! There will be product giveaways, t-shirts, games, and more fun activities!

 

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Saturday May 31st 3-5pm:

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Saturday May 31st 6-8pm:

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Saturday June 21st 3-5pm:

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809 N 12th St Murray, KY WM Supercenter

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Fruit Juice Kool-Aid Pops
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Serves: 6
 
I made Kool-Aid Ready to go watermelon ice pops. I must say so myself, Kool-Aid is good in like everything. Crafts, food, drinks, etc. What can't you make or use Kool-Aid for?
Ingredients
  • 96oz Ready To Go watermelon Kool-Aid  (2 cups)
  • Cut up watermelon slices (1 cup)
  • Ice Pop mold (Makes 6)
Instructions
  1. You want to grab your ice pop mold and set it up. Then you want to add some watermelon into each pop mold. Then pour the watermelon Kool-Aid into each mold but not to the very top. Then put your sticks inside and place in your freezer over night or for about 3 hours. When they are done. You have an amazing, refreshing fruit juice Kool-Aid pop. The best part of this is, it can be to go.
  2. So simple to make and fun to eat.

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Comments

  1. Jenna Wood says:

    I love using fresh fruit in my frozen pops- we use kiwi and watermelon. Not only does it make nice fun colors but it’s a little extra treat when you’re eating them! #Client

  2. Amy Orvin says:

    Thank you for the recipe. It’s been so hot here, this would be a wonderful treat.

  3. This is a nice quick project for the kids.

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