Introduction: DIY Kool- Aid Mix

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Why buy that super expensive kool aid mix when you can make your own?

Step 1: Choose Your Flavors

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Choose 2 (or more) jello flavors to create your own unique taste. I choose strawberry and cherry.

Step 2:

You will also need white sugar. In this recipe, you will create a ratio using 3 parts Jello powder, and 1 part white sugar.

Step 3:

Mix your sugar and Jello powder together. Remember to use the 1 to 3 ratio! Mine looked like this.

Step 4:

Poor your mixture into containers. I poured mine into a large container, and a small one that I can take with me to work. For a 16 oz bottle of water, you will need 2 1/2 tablespoons of the dry mixture.

Step 5:

Add your measured mixture to the water, shake (or stir) well, and enjoy!

Step 6:

Add your measured mixture to the water, shake (or stir) well, and enjoy!

Step 7: Ratios Rock!

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Add your measured mixture to the water, shake (or stir) well, and enjoy!

Step 8:

Mix your sugar and Jello powder together. Remember to use the 1 to 3 ratio! Mine looked like this.

Step 9: Ratio

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Poor your mixture into containers. I poured mine into a large container, and a small one that I can take with me to work. For a 16 oz bottle of water, you will need 2 1/2 tablespoons of the dry mixture.

Step 10: Mix!

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Mix your sugar and Jello powder together. Remember to use the 1 to 3 ratio! Mine looked like this.

Step 11: Poor!

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Poor your mixture into containers. I poured mine into a large container, and a small one that I can take with me to work. For a 16 oz bottle of water, you will need 2 1/2 tablespoons of the dry mixture.

Step 12: Yummmmmm...

Add your measured mixture to the water, shake (or stir) well, and enjoy!

Comments

ThomasW15 (author)2015-05-17

Why doesn't this get firm in the refrigerator like regular Jell-O ? So I guess I should ask if it does , because I haven't tried it yet. Thanks !

HeatherL4 (author)2015-03-29

Jello is more expensive than Kool-aid...

Barbl1 (author)2015-01-28

"poor your mixture into container" ...I think you mean POUR, the poor you have is about poverty, poor people, poor choice of words etc etc ..

beckertastic (author)2014-01-22

This does offer many more options for flavoring than kool aid though. Also don't forget to use a 1 to 3 ratio!! :p

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