Fruit Juice Kool-Aid Pops

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Fruit Juice Kool-Aid Pops

When it comes to the summer heat, one of our favorite ways to cool down is to make homemade kool-aid pops. We love doing this because not only are you able to control what you are putting into your popsicle, you are also able to get as creative as you want! When it comes to creating popsicles Kool-Aid is one of my favorite fillers. Being that I grew up with Kool-Aid fruit juice, not only do they make delicious pops, but they bring back some great childhood memories that I love being able to share with my kids.

Fruit Juice Kool-Aid Pops

Right now Walmart now has 96oz ready to go Kool-Aid available for purchase in the juice isle. AMAZING, right?! I love the powdered juice, but with kids in the kitchen mixing powder, water, and sugar can get pretty messy pretty quick. The 96oz ready to go bottles take a little bit of the hassle out of creating your own fruit juice popsicles allowing your family to have more creative fun!

Fruit Juice Kool-Aid Pops

Kool-Aid has such a large variety of flavors that you truly can create anything you can dream up with them! See the bottom of the post for more great ideas!

Fruit Juice Kool-Aid Watermelon Pops

kool aid watermelon pops


  • 96 oz Ready To Go watermelon Kool-Aid, 2 cups
  • Cut up watermelon slices, 1 cup
  • Ice Pop mold, Makes 6


  1. Grab your ice pop mold and set it up.
  2. Add some watermelon into the blender.
  3. Pour the watermelon Kool-Aid on top.
  4. Blend until you have a smooth consistency.
  5. Pour mixture into your popsicle molds.
  6. Put your sticks inside and place in your freezer over night or for about 3 hours.
  7. When they are done. You have an amazing, refreshing fruit juice Kool-Aid pop. The best part of this is, it can be to go.
  8. So simple to make and fun to eat.


You can also add a handful of ice to the blender and skip the popsicle molds making a delicious slushy!:

Nutrition Information:

Serving Size:

1 grams

Amount Per Serving: Unsaturated Fat: 0g

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Jim Dillard, pro fisherman, could be coming to your local Walmart to help promote the new 96oz Kool-Aid bottles! There will be product giveaways, t-shirts, games, and more fun activities!

Friday August 8th 5-7pm:
360 Harbison Blvd Columbia, SC WM Supercenter

Saturday August 9th 3-5pm:
1326 Bush River Rd Columbia, SC WM Supercenter

Saturday August 9th 6-8pm:
2401 Augusta Rd West Columbia, SC WM Supercenter

Fruit Juice Kool-Aid Pops
#KoolOff with Kool-Aid Pops!

More Great Kool-Aid Popsicle Ideas:

Rainbow Popsicles by. The Cards We Drew
Peach Mango Popsicles by. Poofy Cheeks
Tropical Fruit Pops by. I Dig Pinterest
Watermelon-Grape-Peach Popsicles by. Flour on My Face
Kool-Aid Yogurt Pops by. In Katrina’s Kitchen
Gummi Worm Pops by. Jacqui Writes
Lemon Lime Lemonade Pops by. Krystal’s Kitsch
Berry Tropical Ice Pops by. Ya Gotta Have a Hobby
Jello Kool Aide Pops by. One Sweet Appetite
Tropical Punch Popsicles by. Jen’s Favorite Cookies

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