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It’s inexpensive, it smells good, and there are a lot more uses for Kool-Aid than just drinking it! Check out out all these awesome ways to use it, from activities for keeping kids busy to household chores, Kool-Aid can (almost) do it all!




Scrub away toilet bowl stains

Pour one packet of lemon or orange flavored Kool-Aid into your toilet bowl and let it sit for a few minutes. Scrub the bowl with a toilet brush. The citric acid and abrasive texture of Kool-Aid helps to break down and dissolve stains while smelling awesome! Much better than harsh chemicals!


Remove rust stains from concrete

Most of us can relate to these kinds of stains on our patio, garage floor or driveaway. Mix a few drops of water with a packet of lemon flavored Kool-Aid to make a paste. Rub it on to the stained area with an abrasive brush and watch it work wonders!


Color eggs

Never buy an Easter Egg coloring kit again! Kool-Aid comes in a ton of different colors now, and the packets are inexpensive! Mix one packet of your desired color with 2/3 cup of water and gently lower a hard boiled egg into the cup. Let it sit until desired shade of color is reached. We do this every year, and I promise they tuned out beautiful!


Make window clings with Kool-Aid and white glue

Pour Kool-Aid into a bottle of white school glue and mix thoroughly using a thin, long utensil like a chopstick or kebab stick. You can use the new colored glue to create art on canvas or paper, or make designs on stretched plastic wrap (tape down the sides to remove the creases) that can be dried and used as window clings! It smells good too!


Make scented playdough

Mix the following ingredients in a medium pot to make Kool-Aid playdough:
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1/4 cup salt
  • 1 tsp. cream of tartar
  • 1 Tbsp. vegetable oil
  • 2 Kool-Aid packets (same color)
  • 3/4 cup water

Heat the mixture over medium heat, stirring until the dough clumps together and reaches play dough consistency. Repeat the process for each color. Let cool and store in plastic baggies.


Make scented/flavored lip gloss

Heat up one cup of Vaseline in a small microwavable bowl and microwave for about 30 seconds (don’t let the Vaseline turn into liquid). Stir in a small amount Kool-Aid mix and stir well. Experiment with how much Kool-Aid to add. Transfer lip gloss to a small, portable container and enjoy!


Kool-Aid colored pasta

Make pasta extra fun, colorful and smelling great! Just add pasta, water and kool-aid in a baggie, let sit until desired color is reached, rinse, and you’ve got colored pasta!  You can cook as usual and eat it or use for fun art projects!


Make scented bath paints

Get a muffin tin and fill each hole with shaving cream (you can get it for $1 at the dollar store), then mix in different flavors of Kool-Aid into each hole and mix it up. Kids can dip in paint brushes and then paint on the bathtub and tiles while they’re taking a bath!



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I LOVE meringue cookies!  They are the perfect balance of crispy, chewy, and sweet and I enjoy their light texture.

This recipe takes a basic meringue recipe and incorporates the fun colors and flavors of Kool-Aid!  You can make any color you want, and it’s the perfect afternoon activity for those lazy summer days that are just around the corner!

Grab the kids and have them help with these fun and delicious treats!



These are super hard to mess up, so just have fun and enjoy your labors!

How to make Kool Aid Meringue Cookies


  • 4 egg whites
  • 1/2 tsp of Cream of Tartar
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • Kool-Aid packets in your flavors of choice


  1. Using an electric mixer, whip the egg whites until they become frothy (you will see lots of little bubbles).
  2. Next, add your sugar in small amounts.
  3. Finally, mix in the cream of tartar.
  4. Continue to whip the mixture until it gets stiff (meaning that it holds a shape when stopped).
  5. Depending on how many Kool-Aid flavors you wish to use, separate your mixture into even parts using small bowls.
  6. Add the Kool-Aid powder 1/2 tsp at a time until the desired color is reached.
  7. Remember, the Kool-Aid powder is potent, so a little goes a long way!
  8. Prepare your baking sheet with a layer of foil covered with non-stick spray, as seen below.
  9. Create an easy meringue cookie shape using either: Wilton’s Cake Decorating set, ziplock baggies with the tip removed, or using rounded spoonfuls.
  10. Place the Kool Aid Meringues into the oven pre-heated to 225 degrees.
  11. Bake them at this low temperature for about 45 minutes or until the tops become a little brown.
  12. Once they are completely cooled, they will harden and be ready to eat! Some will be sour, some will be sweet, but they will ALL be super cool!