Image by Catherine's Plates via YouTube
This vintage pie by Catherine’s Plates on YouTube is interesting because Kool-Aid is a classic drink mix, but this recipe uses it to make a pie. It’s an easy recipe to follow because it requires no baking. Plus, I love how vibrant and colorful these pies can turn out because of the Kool-Aid powder mix. I’ve never heard of Kool-Aid pie, but it brings me back to my childhood because I loved drinking it. The consistency of the pie looks so soft and creamy. This looks like a fun recipe to make and it would be cool and refreshing. Also, it’s an inexpensive dessert recipe, and you can make this for any occasion. I would make this for a party because a lot of people might be amazed by a Kool-Aid vintage pie too.
First, pour the condensed milk into a medium bowl, and sprinkle in the Kool-Aid packet and mix together. Add in the Cool Whip and fold together until completely mixed.
Next, pour the Kool-Aid mixture into the graham cracker pie crust. Cover and refrigerate for 4 hours or overnight.
Overall, I’d be interested in trying this Kool-Aid vintage pie because it looks fluffy and I would use strawberry Kool-Aid since that’s my favorite flavor. You can dress this pie up by adding whipped cream or Cool whip on top with a cherry or other fruits that go well with your flavor. This is a great idea to make a few different flavors of these to see which one tastes good, but the flavor would be subtle. I would substitute the condensed milk or Cool Whip for a version that is less sweet.