|Afghan Food & Cookery: Noshe Djan|
|by Helen Saberi|
Situated at the crossroads of four major regions--the Middle East, Central Asia, the Indian subcontinent and the Far East--Afghanistan has survive...
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Dissolve Jello, Kool-Aid and sugar in ... slightly firm insert popsicle sticks into the cup. Freeze overnight. Our favorites are grape, cherry, and berry blue.
Dissolve Jello, Kool-Aid and sugar into ... in cups until almost firm (1 1/2 hours) and add sticks, then freeze solid, about 3 hours. Makes 12 popsicles.
Make Kool Aid in a pitcher, ... into popsicle molds or small cups. Make sure to put in a popsicle stick. Put in freezer. Leave for about 3 hours, then eat.
Mix 1 package of unsweetened Kool-Aid with 1 cup ... sticks or toothpicks. Serve when thoroughly frozen. May eliminate sticks and serve as flavored ice cubes.
Dissolve Jello, Kool-Aid and sugar in boiling water. Add cold water. Pour into containers and freeze.
Mix and pour ... Freeze. For sugar-free Popsicles just use sugar-free ingredients and omit sugar. For creamier fudgeicles just add more cream and less milk.
Combine. Pour into popsicle molds. Freeze.
Dissolve jello, Kool-Aid and sugar in boiling water; add cold water. Pour into molds or cups and freeze.
Mix Jello, sugar, Kool-Aid with hot water, then add cold water. Pour into containers and freeze.
Dissolve Jello in 1 1/2 cups hot water. Add Kool-Aid, sugar and 2 1/2 cups cold water. Pour into tupperware molds or other molds used popsicles. Freeze.
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