Easy Kool-aid Ice Cream

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Introduction: Easy Kool-aid Ice Cream

Such an easy way to make a fun treat for the kids. All you need is a large bowl, a spoon, a packet of Kool-aid, sugar, and milk... and of course a freezer.

Step 1: Kool-Aid

Open the packet and put the Kool-Aid powder into the bowl.

Step 2: Sugar

Add One cup of sugar to the bowl. Stir the two together if you'd like.

Step 3: Milk

Add 3 Cups of milk to the mix, and stir for at least a good 5 minutes until the sugar is ALL dissolved.

Step 4: Freeze It

Pop it in the freezer for a few hours. Stir it every so often if you want to but I never needed to.

Step 5: Enjoy

Scoop it into a bowl and enjoy it :)

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    Ill try it soon

    Has anyone ever used skim milk and if so how did it turn out.

    Sounds good! Will have to try it. Any feel for what kind of milk works best? skim, 1%, 2%, whole...?

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     whole milk would be the best but cream would work even better

    sounds good now i can have kool-aid ice cream in orange and drink grape kool-aid as well.

    This turned out pretty good but you need to catch it at the right time for it to be like ice cream.

    u eva been to mexico we use gatorade in a baggie freeze in and it add a liitle gatorade in the baggie and sell it

    this does sound like an ez tasty treat

    So... it doesn't end up being hard as a rock?

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    I let mine that i just made in the freezer over night and its kind of like an italian ice texture when you scoop it out.. its not like creamy ICE CREAM and its not like an ice cube lol, its hard to explain.

    I can kinda picture it, thanks. :)

    depends if you want it to. if you want it kinda soft, take it out right when it freezes and stir it up but if you do want it hard, then let it in for a while longer. i usually take mine out before its completely frozen. i dont even let it go that far lol.

    I'd also really like to see pictures of you doing it! This seems like a pretty good idea, honestly. And I think it could lead to very tasty results!

    I'd love to see pictures of your process in this!