Kool Aid Pickles

Carolyn Bunkley

"The kids I babysit for really love these, and they are a reasonable snack alternative especially if you use the non-calorie sweetner. Red Kool Aid gives the ordinary pickles a bright red color and adds fruity sweetness to their normal tang. I'm told they originated in the southern US. I've also heard they are bar snacks, which may explain a lot. They are pretty, but I have to admit that I don't care for them very much."
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Ingredients

7 d servings
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Directions

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  1. Open pickle jar.
  2. Pour the liquid out into a bowl.
  3. Add Kool Aid and sugar or sweetener to liquid.
  4. Mix until sugar is completely dissloved.
  5. Pour juice back into jar, making sure pickles are completely covered and there are no air spaces.
  6. Put cover tightly on jar and shake well.
  7. Refrigerate for at least one week before using.

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