Kool Aid is the go to drink for kids of all ages. Here’s a fun spin and unique kool aid drink, Whipped Kool Aid. Find out how easy it is to make below!
Whipped Kool Aid
Summertime is all about refreshing drinks and relaxing fun. Chances are you have probably stocked up on a ton of Kool Aid because what says summer more than Kool aid? Did you know there are some great uses for Kool aid such as using it to naturally clean your dishwasher, color your kids hair without permanent dye , and even making playdough with kool aid with it.
You will also probably have to get a bit creative with the foods and treats you serve at home! When you have the kids home all summer they’ll want some fun and unique treats to try out. This recipe is super fun and even more tasty! You can use your favorite Kool Aid Flavor to make this delicious, refreshing and unique Kool aid drink.
Put it in a fun glass and serve up the fun. This recipe makes 2 drinks but you can double the recipe for more people.
Makes 2 drinks
Prep time: 10 minutes
1 packet Kool-Aid (I used mixed berry)
1/3 cup sugar
½ cup heavy whipping cream
1 packet Kool-Aid, prepared according to package instructions
*Note* You will need a total of 2 packages 1 for the Kool-Aid Drink and one to make the whipped topping.
Whip together the Kool-Aid, sugar, and heavy whipping cream
on high until the cream has thickened and stiff peaks begin to form.
Fill two glasses halfway full of prepared Kool-Aid and add ice until the cup is around 2/3 of the way full.
Top each glass with the Kool Aid whipped cream.
Stir the cream into the Kool-Aid before drinking.
Does this look amazing?
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Comments & Reviews
This comes out really sour. I needed to add more sugar but even then it was mouth puckering but good.
This looks amazing and I will ask my guardian to do this with me thank you for sharing with everyone. bye!
Carolsue Hettinger says
Looks easy very cool and refreshing.
Pamela D Coleman says
I believe that you can use equal or similar to make dessert
Pamela D Coleman says
I made Kool aid in slushly last summer for our grandkids and friends and they love it. I’m going to try the whipping cream. I’m excited to see what flavors that I can use to make candy apple. Thanks for the ideals
Janyce Perry says
Love this. Want to try it.
Kool Aid was invented in my home town Hastings, Ne
They have Kool Aid Days every August.
TIFFANY McLaughlin says
Can you tell the kook aid people that the red, white, blue that came out around the 4 th of July years back needs to be a regular flavor. It was so good and I wish I could find it again. Had I known how much I was gonna like it I would bought all the store had that day. From a small town In alabama is where I’m from Ariton, Alabama to be exact. It would be greatly appreciated!
T New says
I think it would be great if you make the kool aid and ice into A slushy and then put the whipped on top.
Can this be made with a sugar substitute?
I just made it with the substitute and it turned out great. My kiddos loved it. Woohoo.
Lyn Ette S. Lyons says
I was wondering if you could make this with cool whip and just add the dry Kool aid To it? My granddaughter is coming for a week so am Definitely gonna try it.I know she’s gonna think it’s so much fun To have a cool drink Like this!!
I have done this and of course it was my first thought rather than using heavy whippin
g cream. I hope you tried it and liked it.
That looks like a fun summer project!! Have to try it with my niece ….she will love it!!
Are you using the individual kool aid packs or the unsweetened 2 quart packs?
Joyce Oren says
Looks amazing. Not sure about taste. Will have to try
Yes, it does look amazing! I would love to make this but I am confused by directions.
Ingredients list says 1 packet of Kool Aid, sugar and whipping cream. Next, says for serving, mix Kool Aid according to directions. Then, instructions say to mix Kool Aid, sugar and whipping cream. Finally, says to fill two glasses half way with prepared Kool Aid, add ice until two thirds full and top with Kool Aid Whipped Cream.
Do I use 1 pack of Kool Aid and half it or use 2 packs of Kool Aid? Or do you make Kool Aid as directed and then mix with sugar and whipping cream… it looks like in picture you mixed dry Kool Aid with sugar and whipping cream.
Thank you for stopping by! To clarify You will need a total of 2 packages 1 for the Kool-Aid Drink and one to make the whipped topping. Thank you for catching that and I will add a note to clarify instructions.