Recipe by JONAR
"Fruit flavored snow cone toppings."
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1 (4 ounce) packet
sweetened tropical punch flavored drink mix powder
This was a fun way to kick off the memorial day weekend! I put the ice in dixie cups and poured this overall. Make sure your ice is mashed/crushed well b/c the first couple snow cones we made, it all sunk to the bottom, like a glass of kool-ade BUT the rest turned out fine. Not "exactly" like county fair snow cones b/c those seem more syrupy while this was a little watery but close enough and they're fun to make! Thanks Connie!
Easy and economical to prepare. I like the fact that you have more flavors to choose from rather than purchasing the usual snow cone syrup flavor. Cheaper too. I put the syrups in some cheap mustard and ketchup bottles I found at Walmart (plastic, like at a diner). Works great.
Sorry but this needs some sugar. It is too watery. I like the snow cone syrup II from this site alot better.
I am so glad I found this. I could never find snow cone topping at the store after I bought a snow cone machine, and now I can have one any time I want one....
I am sorry that I am somewhat late ..but in this house its never too late...my kids love the snow cones ..thats why they dont eat it only in the summer but in winter time too...I thank you for sharing this with us....
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Snow Cone Topping
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 70
** Calories from Fat: 0
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