This is after about 2.5 hours
You can see it's icing up nicely but it's still smooth.
Here is the basic recipe:
1 small box Jello (4 serving size), any flavor
1 pkg unsweetened Kool-Aid, same flavor as Jello
1 cup sugar (I will use less than this next time)
2 cups boiling water
2 cups cold water
In large bowl, mix Jello, Kool-Aid, sugar and boiling water. I stirred them individually so they didn't clump, but you do to suit yourself. Stir until dissolved. Add cold water. The recipe calls to place them in individual serving paper cups, but I've just kept it in the stainless stell mixing bowl so that I can stir them. I'll dip the serving directly from the bowl.
While this is freezing, I am working on my stash. Taking pictures of it and logging it in my Excel spreadsheet. It's a long process and every time I see a skein I haven't seen in a while, I ooh and aah and dream about what I can knit with it and then I go to Ravelry and start searching projects. As if I didn't already have enough projects on my needles. I am then placing them in ziploc bags and placing them in my hobby closet. Trying to become more organized is an arduous task.
EDITED BLOG AT 7 PM:
This is now frozen and ready to eat. About an hour after the post above, I stirred the frozen concoction again and decided to go ahead and put some in two individual cups for serving. The remainder of the concoction I kept in the freezer. You can see the shiny glaze on top which happened after I stirred it again. I took a bite from the bigger container still in the freezer........YUMMMMMMMYYYYYY. It is a little too frozen for eating with a spoon, unlike the ones you get at a vendor, so I'll get it out of the freezer a little bit ahead of serving it. They would be great as a popsicle too.