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Double Fruit-Flavor Frozen Pops

Double Fruit-Flavor Frozen Pops recipe
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The BEST kind of popsicles! But be warned, they do stain clothing.
posted by
mom2jel
on 7/20/2013
time
prep:
10 min
total:
5 hr 10 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
7/20/2013
The BEST kind of popsicles! But be warned, they do stain clothing.
posted:
8/11/2007
I ate these as a kid in the 70's and now make them for my kids. I like blackcherry the best.
posted:
7/31/2006
I used watermelon Jell-O and cherry Kool Aid and these pops turned out very yummy. Will definitely make again.
posted:
7/24/2005
THE BEST POPSICLES EVER!!!
posted:
6/15/2005
A good simple idea which makes quite a lot of pops. 12 pops would be quite large popsicles. I used lime jello and orange koolaid. These freeze softly enough that you can chew/bite them but also you can lick them if you like, they won't fall apart.
posted:
6/29/2004
excellent..better than store bought and intend to try many flavors. Also tried the diet and Splenda and that too was good...
posted:
6/21/2004
REFRESHING ON A HOT DAY. MORE ECONOMICAL THAN STORE BOUGHT
posted:
6/8/2004
I am a Diabetic so I used sugar free jello and replaced the sugar with Splenda and it was excellent . Cathy Correll
posted:
9/12/2003
OHMYGOSH!!! My family LOVES these!! My daughter and I went to the Kool-Aid aisle, picked out one of each flavor - then went to the Jell-O aisle and started matching them up!! We have made: Grape, Orange, Cherry, Strawberry, Lemon (with Lemon Ade Kool-Aid), Lime, Berry Blue, Watermelon (with the Watermelon/Kiwi Kool-Aid), and Raspberry!! We are hooked!!! If you have trouble finding 5 oz cups - you can make 16 - 3 oz. ones!!
posted:
8/1/2003
I love Kool-aid so I want to know some of the recipes
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