Dear Andy, Vacation Bible School is starting May 31, 1998 through June 5. I used to have a recipe for pop sicles that was made from jello and kool-aid. It was found in an old Bible School magazine. I sure would like to find it again the tempature this month has ranged in the mid 90's and it would be a great treat for the children. Not to mention all summer for my childtren at home and in my neighborhood. If any one has this recipe I sure would appreciate getting it.
Sandy Schoenecke

Howdy! Glad to help! Yes, we're getting into summertime now, and Chef Andy should have expected that it's time for Frosty Pops! So here's the recipe you wanted...and have fun at Bible School!

Jell-O Frosty Pops

Here's an easy-to-make version of the popular frozen treat
all children enjoy.

1 package (3 oz.) Jell-O Gelatin (any flavor)
1 envelope Kool-Aid instant Soft Drink Mix (any flavor)
1 cup sugar
2 cups boiling water
2 cups cold water

Dissolve Jell-O gelatin, instant soft drink mix, and sugar
in boiling water.  Add cold water.  Pour into ice cube trays,
small paper cups,or frozen pop molds.  Insert wooden sticks
or paper spoons for handles diagonally in each ice cube section
or at an angle in molds or cups.  (If desired, pops may be
partially frozen before handles are inserted.)  Freeze until
firm -- 2 to 3 hours.  Makes 20 to 24 pops.

Variation:  Double Orange Pops!
DIssolve 1 package (3 oz.) Jell-O Orange Gelatin and 1/2 cup
sugar in 2 cups boiling water.  Add 2 cups orange juice.  
then freeze pops as directed above.

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