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Mix water, Kool-aid, and pectin together in a large pan, like a stock pot as the liquid will boil up high, several quarts at least.
Bring this to a boil making sure everything is dissolved. After it is boiling add sugar and boil this hard for one minute to a boil that cannot be stirred down.
For a firm jelly use 1 to 2 tablespoons less water. Makes about a quart of jelly. Pour into jars the size you desire.
Prepare oatmeal according to package directions. Add sugar free cherry koolaid, to taste, stir, and eat. This is very yummy!
Works great for applesauce also. The little flavored applesauces are too expensive. I buy the huge and cheap jar of applesauce, and add the koolade, whatever flavor we are wanting at the time. One pack of the koolaid lasts a couple of weeks, because a little bit goes along way.
You can use any flavor kool-aid.
Kool-aid and Jello mixes are the basis for making delicious, cool, frozen dessert pops. This is a guide about homemade Kool-aid popsicles.