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1 (4 serving size) env. sugar-free gelatin
1 (2 qt.) env. sugar-free artificially sweetened powdered drink mix (Kool-Aid)


In a 2 quart mixing pitcher, dissolve gelatin in 1 cup hot water. Add drink powder; stir, then add 7 cups cold water. Stir. Pour into popsicle cups with handles; freeze. Flavor Suggestions: Raspberry Lemonade Orange Orange Grape Gelatin: Triple berry Lime Hawaiian pineapple Strawberry Raspberry These pops will not melt easily because of the absence of sugar. 1 (2 ounce) popsicle = 2 to 3 calories. 5 to 6 may be eaten per day and is considered a "free" food.













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