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Easy Kool-Aid Pie
We had such a cold winter this year that I am so happy that I can finally wear shorts and flip flops! I love all the seasons, but we’re in summer now and I’m thoroughly enjoying it. I am kind of a
last minute “go with the flow” shopper when it comes to grocery shopping. I was in Walmart and I saw an end cap full of beverages that totally reminded me of summer days growing up.
Kool-Aid! I’m a child of the 80’s and this was THE drink of choice to #KoolOff when playing outside during summer break.
I also remembered I had to make a dessert for a summer barbecue with my girl friends and the Kool-Aid gave me a great idea.
I went down the beverage aisle and grabbed a few Kool-Aid drink powder packages. After getting home and putting the groceries away I poured myself a tall glass of refreshing Grape Kool-Aid! They have these awesome new 96oz Ready-To-Drink bottle that makes it super easy to pour.
Mmmmm, I should grab a book and sit outside enjoying the summer sun! Oh wait, I have a dessert to make!
I call this easy because it really is! It takes 4 ingredients all under $5 and it literally takes less than 5 minutes to make.
- 1 graham cracker crust
- 1 packet of Kool-Aid in your choice of flavor
- 1 14 oz can of sweetened condensed milk
- 1 8 oz tub of cool whip
1. Pour the sweetened condensed milk into a mixing bowl and add Kool-Aid packet (I went with Mixed Berry).
2. Mix the milk and Kool-Aid together.
3. Add in Cool Whip.
4. Mix thoroughly and spoon into pie crust.
I told you it was easy. It’s also delicious! I am constantly asked for the recipe.
Now that I have made my pie I can take my glass of Kool-Aid and head outside to read.
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