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KOOL-AID ICE CREAM !!
1 - packet 0.14 oz unsweetened kool-aid, any flavor 
1 - cup granulated sugar 
2 - cups whole or 2% milk
1 - cup half & half 

Mix the packet of unsweetened Kool-Aid mix together with the granulated sugar. Add the milk, half & half and mix until fully dissolved. Pour mixture into a shallow freezer container. 

Freeze for 1 - 2 hours until it has slightly thickened. Transfer mixture to a bowl and beat until smooth ( a wired whisk is best to use .)

Return to freezer container, cover and freeze 8 hours or over night. It is best to Remove 20 minutes before serving to soften slightly. 

Makes 3 cups of delicious ice cream  enjoy

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KOOL-AID ICE CREAM !!


1 - packet 0.14 oz unsweetened kool-aid, any flavor
1 - cup granulated sugar
2 - cups whole or 2% milk
1 - cup half & half

Mix the packet of unsweetened Kool-Aid mix together with the granulated sugar. Add the milk, half & half and mix until fully dissolved. Pour mixture into a shallow freezer container.

Freeze for 1 - 2 hours until it has slightly thickened. Transfer mixture to a bowl and beat until smooth ( a wired whisk is best to use .)

Return to freezer container, cover and freeze 8 hours or over night. It is best to Remove 20 minutes before serving to soften slightly.

Makes 3 cups of delicious ice cream enjoy

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