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Bring sugar and water to a full boil. Remove from heat and stir in Kool-Aid. Chill well. Add kids and crushed ice!

You can use 3 scoops sugar-sweetened Kool-Aid instead of the envelope. Mix ingredients until dissolved. Put crushed ice in bowl or cup. Pour mixture ...

1. Freeze orange juice (or any other flavored juice) in ice cube trays. 2. Pop frozen juice cubes into a plastic bag to store. 3. Put 3-6 of these ...

Bring sugar and water to boil. Remove; add Kool-Aid. Cool. Refrigerate until ready to use. Pour over shaved or crushed ice.

* Or use 3/4 cup KOOL-AID sugar-sweetened soft drink mix, any flavor; omit sugar. Place soft drink mix and sugar in small plastic or glass bowl. Add ...

Bring sugar and water to a full boil. Remove from heat and stir in Kool-Aid. Chill. Ready for the crushed ice.

Using an ice crusher or by placing ice cubes in a plastic bag and banging with a spoon, crush several ice cubes. Put the well-crushed ice in a cup. ...

Or your favorite ... gelatin mix. Place snow in a bowl or cup and pour undiluted concentrate over top or sprinkle with gelatin powder. Eat with a spoon!

Put the crushed ... drizzle syrup over cone. Serve. You ... instructions above. Frozen cones can also be made from frozen Kool-Aid or other prepared drinkgs.

Bring sugar and water to a full boil. Remove from heat and stir in kool-aid. Chill. It's now ready for the crushed ice.


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