KoolAid Pickles. A Koolickle — a dill pickle soaked in Kool-Aid — sounds delicious, right? Learn how to make them and what I think of their taste in this first episode of. Everyone will love getting into these pickles.
Great for eating in the summer, Kool-Aid pickles are surprisingly sweet. I first learned about them when my eleventh grade. Whole dill pickles and Kool-Aid and sugar. You can cook KoolAid Pickles using 4 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Table of Recipes
Ingredients of KoolAid Pickles
- Prepare 1 cup of sugar.
- You need 2 cups of water.
- You need 2 packs of red KoolAid (cherry).
- It’s 46 ounce of Kosher Dill pickles.
Most online recipes suggest starting with a gallon jar of pickles. I used a half gallon, because I didn't need that many koolickles in the house. The kids I babysit for love these — red Kool Aid gives ordinary pickles a bright red color and adds fruity sweetness to their normal tang. Add pickles, arranging so that cut sides are completely covered with liquid; cover tightly.
KoolAid Pickles instructions
- Drain and discard juice from pickle jar. Remove pickles and cut each one in fourth’s length wise. Return pickles to jar..
- In a large bowl, combine water KoolAid and sugar. Stir until all sugar has dissolved..
- Pour liquid into jar covering all pickles, put on lid and refrigerate for 48 hours, shake jar daily..
I get them every chance I get. A goofy free spirit that loves to be loved. Kool Aid Pickles Recipe Koolaid Pickles Crispy Pickles Recipe Baked Pickles Cajun Recipes Gourmet Only in the Delta would folks think to soak their pickles in Koolaid, then freeze them. Return the pickles to the jar and set aside. In a large measuring cup, combine the sugar, water and Kool-Aid.