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Rocket Pops

Rocket Pops recipe
photo by:kraft
Destined to become the new block party favorite, these icy treats are, simply put, da bomb. A totally refreshing way to chill on a hot day.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
7 hr 30 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
6/9/2008
My kids kind of liked them. My husband and I both tried one and didn't care for them
posted:
5/24/2008
This recipe is fun for kids but also fun for adults. Great Recipe!! Love It!!
posted:
5/24/2008
I'm going to try this recipe because we love popsicles & ice cream bars in my house but I do not see the need for the additional sugar! The jell-o is sweet enough on it's own... I will be using the sugar-free kind anyway.
posted:
5/18/2008
Kids Love it
posted:
7/24/2007
AAAAAAAAAWESOME
posted:
7/9/2007
Very easy and impressive. Every kid on our block wanted at least two of them, and then the parents got in on it. They were gone before I had the chance to have anything except a lick from my daughters. It was good!
posted:
7/2/2007
These popsicles were fabulous and festive. The creaminess of the cool whip with the popsicle made it unbelievably good. My sister and I made these last summer for our 4th of July party. We had a lot of little kids attend, so we used small bathroom size dixie cups instead of the larger cups. It made a ton of popsicles and the kids, and adults, loved them!!
posted:
9/4/2006
these were great. they will surely be a 4th of july treat every year. my kids love them and when they were gone they asked for more but im saving them for a special treat only on the 4th. the cool whip did float to the top but i think that's cause i didnt wait long enough for the bottom cool whip to freeze. you have to follow the directions to the letter. dosnt matter tho they still taste great!!!! a real hit craft, good job!!!!!
posted:
7/7/2006
I made these in 3 oz. dixie cups, so they are perfect for my little ones. My husband and 3 year old think they are awesome, but my 1 1/2 year old would probably be happier if it was just frozen Cool Whip on a stick. She just digs all the Cool Whip out with her fingers before eating the rest of the popsicle. You can imagine the mess that makes!!! :)
posted:
7/7/2006
Once they start melting they get messy with the little ones. But other than that they were a hit!!
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