Fun for Kids Kool-Aid JELL-O Popsicles
These Kool-Aid JELL-O popsicles are perfect for your kids to help you make. They are also great for a hot summer day! Get your kids involved and have them select what color popsicles they want to create. Super easy and oh so refreshing!
Yields: 6 popsicles
- 1 (3 oz) package Jell-O
- 1 packet of Kool-Aid
- ½ cup sugar
- 2 cup boiling water
- 2 cup cold water
Combine Jell-O, Kool-Aid, sugar and boiling water together in bowl or pitcher and mix well. Add cold water.
Pour into popsicle molds, paper or plastic cups.
Set popsicle stick in – to keep popsicle stick straight, use tin foil across top.
Freeze for 4 – 6 hours or until solid.
What’s your favorite summer cool-off treat for you and your kids to enjoy?
Jennifer P. says
These look delicious! I will definitely be making them for my daughters to enjoy!
Sue M. says
These look really yummy! I always like popsicles as a summer treat, I’ll definitely have to try this recipe out, thanks for posting!
Lisa Ward says
so glad i found this , thanks i will be making these for my grandson !
These are AWESOME!! Thanks for posting this.
These JELL-O popsicles are a great summer treat. My favorite summer cool-off treat is ice cream, yum! Thank you for sharing this recipe post.
Dorothy Boucher says
Yum!! I love jello popsicles, we use to make these growing up and now I get to make them with my grandchildren
denise low says
This is a great idea. THANK YOU FOR THE INFORMATION
Sarah L says
I like how easy these are and such fun colors.
Terrill R. says
Wow! Two things my son loves. Perfect.
Jessica Cyr says
This is awesome my kids would like this so so much !
Deborah D says
My nephews & nieces will love making this.
I use to make these for my kids all the time when they were little. They enjoyed helping me too! Mr. Kool-Aid has been around a long time. Now I do it with my grandkids!
rowena hubble says
this does look goodbwill have to try
I love that you don’t have to buy a popsicle mold to make these! The flavors possibilities are endless with jello!
i tried it the other day, it’s awesome!
Haley Cook says
This look amazing ! I’m totally going to have to make these for my boys before summer ends.
john hutchens says
These look very good and simple to make . My kids love popsicles so I will be trying this soon.
Carol S. says
These look so wonderful. My grandchildren will love them. Thanks for sharing the recipe and pictures.
That sounds easy and tasty. I’m guessing the texture is a bit different from a regular popsicle.
Holly DeLeon says
Well, looks like I finally found a use for he 50 boxes of Jell-o we have somehow acquired…
Melanie Kampman says
That’s a lot of JELL-O!
Jello popsicles are pretty good. And they aren’t messy like regular popsicles can be.
Michelle elizondo says
My kids would love it.
Richard Hicks says
Will have to give this a try. Kids love popsicles
I never thought of freezing jello! So glad I came across this post!
This is one I’d love to try! I have popsicle molds and I’d like use them, and also the paper cups to have a good size batch!
Sarh Snarski says
These would be great for the summer. We’ll have to try these… maybe this week… it’s SEVENTY degrees this week… is it really NOVEMBER?!
alicia szemon says
these look good and easy to make!