|Two young ladies with lemonade-flavored |
Popsicles: What's not to love?
Ah … but I can make brightly colored Popsicles, too! Also not ™or ®. Catch me if you can, Copper! Technically, these are “frozen pops” - and man, are they crazy good! Did you know that 11-year-old Frank Epperson accidentally invented the Popsicle in 1905? I didn’t either, until I read it on the Internet. If you read it on the Internet, it must be true. For a search fee, the Internet also promises to reveal Frank’s email and home addresses, telephone number, income, number of divorces, monthly alimony payments, mother’s maiden name, and social networking sites.
One 3-oz. (85 g) package jelly powder, in the same flavor
1 c. granulated sugar
2 c. boiling water
2 c. cold water
Note: If you omit the Kool-Aid, reduce the sugar to ½ c.