I've found a great way to keep it cold, therefore keeping the hand(s) from melting so fast. First off, I made this for my son's 4th grade class of 36 students today so I tripled the recipe (thus having 9 quarts of Kool-Aid). There are 4 quarts in a gallon, so I put the Kool-Aid mixture into two,cleaned gallon milk containers. This was made the day before, so I kept the containers in the fridge. That left 1 quart left over, which I put in a ziplock and froze overnight. The ginger ale was kept in the fridge in their unopened containers. The next day, I took it all to school and combined everything in the classroom into one of those big, plastic tubs (like the kind you bob for apples in). The quart of punch that was frozen helped keep it all cool, without diluting the flavor. Due to my punch being cold and refreshing, my "hands" did not melt until much later. The kids were afraid to try it at first until their teacher tried it (loved it!) and described it as a "melted otter pop." Only one child disliked it after that.
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I've found a great way to keep it cold, therefore keeping the hand(s) from melting so fast. ...