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How To Make Kool-Aid It has been said that Kool-Aid makes the world go around Let it be known however that without the proper tools and directions the great American beverage is nothing more than an envelope of unsweetened powder There are five simple steps to create this candy-tasting mixture Picking the proper packet of flavoring is the first step in making Kool-Aid Check the groceries shelf for a wide variety ranging from Mountain Berry Punch to Tropical Blue Hawaiian If it is a difficult decision for you knock yourself out and buy two The packets usually run under 65 cents After choosing the flavor that best suits your taste buds the second step is making sure that your kitchen houses some necessary equipment for making the Kool-Aid Find a two-quart pitcher Plastic is nice but glass pitchers allow the liquid to shine through and add cheerful coloration to any refrigerator shelf Next find a long-handled wooden spoon a one-cup measuring cup a water faucet that spouts drinkable water usable white sugar and an ice cube tray full of ice Then you are ready to mix Third grab the left edge of the Kool-Aid packet between your thumb and index finger With your other hand begin peeling the upper-left corner until the entire top of the envelope is removed Next dump the contents of the envelope into the pitcher Notice how the powder floats before settling on the bottom of the pitcher Then take the measuring cup and scoop two cups of sugar into the pitcher as well At this point adding the water is a essential step Place the pitcher under the water faucet and slowly turn on the cold water If the water is turned on too quickly powder will fly all over when the initial gusts of water hit After the pitcher is filled within two inches of the top turn the
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