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Softening Hard Powdered Drink Mix

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This is a guide about softening hard powdered drink mix. Breaking up hardened drink mix powder makes it easier to measure and prepare drinks.
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November 30, 2015

I have some powdered lemonade that is hard. Is there a way to get rid of the hardness?

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December 2, 20150 found this helpful
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Put it in a blender or food processor to break up the clumps.

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September 4, 2018

I am trying to remove the moisture from Gatorade mix that was left open. I have it in the oven on 200. It has been there 3 hours, but it doesn't seem to be working very well. I don't have any rice on hand. Any other suggestions? Since I live in Florida, I do not think that leaving it out, on say paper towels, is a viable option; the humidity is inescapable.

Oh yeah, it is a bulk 10 lbs. container. This I do not wish to just pitch:)

Please advise.

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September 4, 20180 found this helpful

Maybe try pulverizing it first, depending on how chunky or wet it is. If it's just sticking together, try breaking it up.

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If it's super wet, try putting that mass in a big bag with a slice of apple, then smash it when it's dried.

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September 4, 20180 found this helpful

We have saved spices that clumped together by running it thru the food processor. Then letting each batch rest on the counter. It works, but the spices are never quite as good. I imagine it is the same with drink mix. If it wasn't such a huge amount I would just say make it up and freeze it. If you had the space that might work.

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September 4, 20180 found this helpful

You can use a rolling pin and crush it.

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September 8, 20180 found this helpful

I agree with Judy about using a rolling pin as you do not really have to pulverize it or I would not think it would be necessary.

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Have your tried placing chunks on a cookie sheet and leave this in your oven for a while?

Why not try placing some chunks in a large plastic baggie (less than half full) and roll until they are crumbly and then lay them out in a large cookie sheet to dry (do not close the baggie while doing this). Maybe try the cookie sheet in your oven.

Since most people no longer have a rolling pin, you may have to find a substitute - maybe a round jar or maybe just give the chunks a few whacks to break them up (still in the open baggie) if nothing else is around.

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