Stir up a frozen treat that's guaranteed to delight kids of all ages.
4 hr 10 min
6 servings, 1 pop (80 g) each
Kool-Aid Tropical Punch Sugar Sweetened Drink Mix
BLEND ingredients in blender 2 min. or until smooth; pour into 6 paper or plastic cups. Freeze 1 hour.
INSERT wooden pop stick into centre of each cup. Freeze 3 hours or until firm. Remove pops from cups before serving.
I love this recipe, i also did the same thing with cantolope but it didn't work out
posted by ellapoulin
| on 7/16/2007
my kids love these polar pops. I will never buy popsicles again. In addition I didn't have fresh strawberries so i added frozen ones. Yummmmy.
posted by maplea
| on 7/11/2007
posted by funguider1
| on 6/14/2007
posted by Jenae52
| on 5/25/2007
Gosh I just adore this recipe!! It's quick and it's great for picky eaters like my 3 year old triplets(Cyanna,Cydney and Cyliana). They absolutely adore the Polar Pops!!
a cook | on 7/12/2006
If you have a picky eater in the family who doesen't like there fruits, well you'll love this recipe!!! IT's so easy and my three year old daughter loves it.Thanks
a cook | on 7/4/2006
This is a great way to sneak fruit into my 3 year-old picky eater, who normally would not eat strawberries! He loves the Polar Pops!
posted by hiram
| on 6/21/2006
My grandchildren love these and so do their mom's. I have an easy way to hull strawberries all you have to do is use a plastic drinking straw and push it in the top (or opposite end of the stem) and presto the stem pops right out. So easy and fast.
posted by sherrytimmons
| on 6/14/2006
yummy, fruity and delicious!
posted by pinkangel_049
| on 6/8/2006
Great summer heat hit! Try using other substitutions such as watermelon, raspberries, etc. Kids and adults love them at our summer bbq's! For the adults, try adding a touch of liquer!!
posted by beatkamrozinski
| on 2/18/2006
serving size = 1 pop (80 g)