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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!

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

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 ...

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

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 ...

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.

* 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. It's now ready for the crushed ice.


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