Kool Aid Flavors

Right in time for summer, let’s talk about Kool Aid Flavors! The original six flavors of Kool Aid include Raspberry, Cherry, Grape, Lemon, Orange, and Root-Beer. When the powder is mixed with the correct amount of water, all the flavors have a refreshing light taste. They also all have a very sweet-tasting flavor. Grape in particular is slightly different with a sweet-sour flavor, especially appealing to children. If you’re worried about all the sugar in Kool-Aid, you might try the sugar free flavors of kool-aid, which are Cherry, Grape, Lemonade, Soarin’ Strawberry Lemonade, and Tropical Punch. Even the sugar free versions however are surprisingly sweet and are particularly appealing to children for this reason. One interesting fact about Kool Aid: Kool Aid is the official soft drink of Nebraska!

Recipe for Kool Aid / How to Make Kool-Aid: Kool-Aid comes in powder form in little packets. The packet will tell you how much water that should be mixed with the powder. Warm one third of the water instructed in the mixing. Then mix the fruit sugar flavoring from the packet into the warm water. Then put in the rest of the water and stir. Add ice to finish it off. Let it sit for 5 minutes, and you’re ready for this summery-sweet refreshing summer flavor!

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