Jell-O Frosty Pops


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A fun treat for kids and a piece of nostalgia for adults--remember freezing your fruit juice to make popsicles?

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  • 1 package (3 oz.) Jell-O Gelatin (any flavor)
  • 1 envelope Kool-Aid instant Soft Drink Mix (any flavor)
  • 1 C. sugar
  • 2 C. boiling water
  • 2 C. cold water

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Dissolve Jell-O gelatin, instant soft drink mix, and sugar in boiling water. Add cold water. Pour into ice cube trays, small paper cups, or frozen pop molds. Insert wooden sticks or paper spoons for handles diagonally in each ice cube section or at an angle in molds or cup. (If desired, pops may be partially frozen before handles are inserted.) Freeze until firm -- 2 to 3 hours. Makes 20 to 24 pops.

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  • The Kool Aid and Jello recipe is an old recipe. I remember making these for my kids back in the 70s, and the whole family loved them. We also had a recipe for fudgesicles, but it got lost somewhere. Does anyone have this old fudgesicle recipe and would share it? It was made from sweetened condensed milk like Eagle Brand and, I think, powdered cocoa.

    Flag as inappropriate MizBejabbers  |  August 10, 2011

  • i think they are talking about the old way we use to make pops...with fruit juice.Not that fruit juice goes in this one.Using fruit juice as an example for olden day pops.

    Flag as inappropriate gigi7655  |  July 25, 2008

  • The line above "Ingredients" mentions fruit juice, but the recipe does not call for it. Has anyone used fruit juice in this particular recipe? Can it be substituted for the Kool Aid and cold water? THANKS!

    Flag as inappropriate cooksfor8  |  July 25, 2008

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