Kool-Aid Unsweetened Grape Powdered Drink Mix, Caffeine Free, 0.14 oz Pouch

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Kool Aid Unsweetened Grape Powdered Drink Mix is a delicious way to stay hydrated. This unsweetened powdered drink mix makes it easy to prepare a tasty purple grape drink just mix it with water and sugar or your sweetener of choice. Quench your thirst with the refreshingly sweet taste of grape. With no caffeine, this powdered drink mix is always a great choice for the whole family. It's also a good source of vitamin C. These handy packets of unsweetened grape drink ensure that you always have a refreshing beverage ready to go. To prepare, empty contents of the 0.14 ounce drink mix packet into a plastic or glass pitcher. Add 1 cup of sugar or sweetener. Then, just add ice and water and stir for a 2 quart supply of tasty grape Kool Aid.

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Kool Aid Unsweetened Grape Powdered Drink Mix is a delicious way to stay hydrated. This unsweetened powdered drink mix makes it easy to prepare a tasty purple grape drink just mix it with water and sugar or your sweetener of choice. Quench your thirst with the refreshingly sweet taste of grape. With no caffeine, this powdered drink mix is always a great choice for the whole family. It's also a good source of vitamin C. These handy packets of unsweetened grape drink ensure that you always have a refreshing beverage ready to go. To prepare, empty contents of the 0.14 ounce drink mix packet into a plastic or glass pitcher. Add 1 cup of sugar or sweetener. Then, just add ice and water and stir for a 2 quart supply of tasty grape Kool Aid.
  • One 0.14 oz. packet of Kool Aid Unsweetened Grape Powdered Drink Mix
  • Each packet of Kool Aid Unsweetened Grape Powdered Drink Mix makes a 2 quart pitcher
  • Powdered drink packets make it easy to prepare a tasty drink — just mix with water and sugar
  • Bursting with refreshingly sweet grape flavor
  • Unsweetened grape drink powder is a good source of vitamin C and contains no caffeine
  • Combine powdered grape drink mix with sugar in a bottle of water to take on the go
  • Drink mix packets are individually sealed until you're ready to enjoy

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Ingredients:

Ingredients: Ingredients: Citric Acid, Maltodextrin, Calcium Phosphate, Salt, Contains Less Than 2% Of Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), Artificial Flavor, Red 40, Blue 1.

Directions:

Instructions: Empty contents into large plastic or glass pitcher. Add 1 cup sugar or 1 cup Splenda® no calorie sweetener, granulated (more or less to taste). Add cold water and ice to make 2 quarts; stir to dissolve. Do not store in metal container. When prepared with sugar, one serving contains 100 calories, 25g total carb and 25g sugars. When prepared with Splenda® no calorie sweetener, one serving contains 15 calories, 3g total carb and 3g sugars.

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Specifications

Features
Unsweetened, Vitamin c, Caffeine free, Makes 2 quarts, Kosher
Brand
Kool-Aid
Flavor
Grape
Food Form
Solid
Assembled Product Weight
0.0115 POUNDS
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
0.11 x 2.50 x 4.00 Inches

Nutrition Facts

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size1/8 package (0.5g) (makes 8 fl oz)
Servings Per Container8.0
Amount Per Serving
Calories0.0 Cal
Calories From Fat0
% Daily Value
Total Fat00%
Saturated Fat0.0 g0.0
Trans Fat0.0 g
Cholesterol0.0 mg0.0
Sodium15.0 mg1.0
Potassium0.0
Total Carbohydrate00%
Dietary Fiber0.0 g0.0
Sugars0.0 g0.0
Protein0.0 g
Vitamin A0
Vitamin C10.0
Calcium0.0
Iron0.0
Vitamin D0.0

(-) Information is currently not available for this nutrient.

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:**

** Percent Daily Values listed below are intended for adults and children over 4 years of age. Foods represented or purported to be for use by infants, children less than 4 years of age, pregnant women, or lactating women shall use the RDI's that are specified for the intended group provided by the FDA.

Calories: 2,000 2,500
Total Fat Less than 65g 80g
Sat. Fat Less than 20g 25g
Cholesterol Less than 300mg 300mg
Sodium Less than 2400mg 2400mg
Potassium 3500mg 3500mg
Total Carbohydrate 300g 375g
Dietary Fiber 25g 30g

Calories per gram:

Fat 9Carbohydrate 4Protein 4

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Most helpful positive review
1 customers found this helpful
Best low sugar drink out there
When I was forced to start controlling my sugar intake, this product turned out to be my favorite. Rather surprised since hadn't drank Kool-Aid since the 1950's. After all these years the little packets are still available with no sugar in it, which makes it ideal for making your own measurement. My preferred flavors for a low-sugar mix is Grape, and Orange. I use 1/4c plain sugar and 1 monk root packet -or - 1/3c plain sugar, mix with filtered water in a Tang 48oz container I found in a thrift store. Our 16 grandkids when visiting would drink about half a can of soda each and leave the rest. We replaced the soda with this Kool-Aid drink in 6oz bottles. My kids like this drink and no more wasted drinks on the table. Only about 5g Carbs per 6oz serving. Easy to make this drink most anywhere. When at a park we often mix two packets in a 96oz container, add 2/3c sugar, ice and water. The ice chills the drink within a few minutes. Our grandkids really do like it, and the savings is incredible. Just to mention, we also put soda in 4oz class salt and sugar mugs with lids available from Walmart (see photo). Just another way to cut sugar intake through serving control.
Most helpful negative review
definitley not the healthiest drink mix but kids do love the Kool-Aid! this flavor is very grape intense FYI!
Most helpful positive review
1 customers found this helpful
Best low sugar drink out there
When I was forced to start controlling my sugar intake, this product turned out to be my favorite. Rather surprised since hadn't drank Kool-Aid since the 1950's. After all these years the little packets are still available with no sugar in it, which makes it ideal for making your own measurement. My preferred flavors for a low-sugar mix is Grape, and Orange. I use 1/4c plain sugar and 1 monk root packet -or - 1/3c plain sugar, mix with filtered water in a Tang 48oz container I found in a thrift store. Our 16 grandkids when visiting would drink about half a can of soda each and leave the rest. We replaced the soda with this Kool-Aid drink in 6oz bottles. My kids like this drink and no more wasted drinks on the table. Only about 5g Carbs per 6oz serving. Easy to make this drink most anywhere. When at a park we often mix two packets in a 96oz container, add 2/3c sugar, ice and water. The ice chills the drink within a few minutes. Our grandkids really do like it, and the savings is incredible. Just to mention, we also put soda in 4oz class salt and sugar mugs with lids available from Walmart (see photo). Just another way to cut sugar intake through serving control.
Most helpful negative review
definitley not the healthiest drink mix but kids do love the Kool-Aid! this flavor is very grape intense FYI!
1-5 of 98 reviews

Best low sugar drink out there

When I was forced to start controlling my sugar intake, this product turned out to be my favorite. Rather surprised since hadn't drank Kool-Aid since the 1950's. After all these years the little packets are still available with no sugar in it, which makes it ideal for making your own measurement. My preferred flavors for a low-sugar mix is Grape, and Orange. I use 1/4c plain sugar and 1 monk root packet -or - 1/3c plain sugar, mix with filtered water in a Tang 48oz container I found in a thrift store. Our 16 grandkids when visiting would drink about half a can of soda each and leave the rest. We replaced the soda with this Kool-Aid drink in 6oz bottles. My kids like this drink and no more wasted drinks on the table. Only about 5g Carbs per 6oz serving. Easy to make this drink most anywhere. When at a park we often mix two packets in a 96oz container, add 2/3c sugar, ice and water. The ice chills the drink within a few minutes. Our grandkids really do like it, and the savings is incredible. Just to mention, we also put soda in 4oz class salt and sugar mugs with lids available from Walmart (see photo). Just another way to cut sugar intake through serving control.

Grape kool-aid is definitely the way to go!! Super inexpensive and easy to make!! Loved drinking this growing up and still love it until this day!! Pick your own flavor but my favorite is grape!! I would definitely recommend trying this out!

Grape will forever be my favorite flavor of kool aid in the world. I literally buy like 10 packets every time. Ive even used it to dye the tips of my hair purple when I was in middle school!! Its great for kids because it works well & then washes out in a couple washes.

This is my all time favorite flavor, but Im also just obsessed with grape juices. I love the fact that kool-aid is not expensive at all and can make a huge quart of juice, they have so many different flavors to choose from. And I to this day love kool-aid brand and still make them!

I love grape kool-aid. I think this is a great option to be able to make large amounts of kool-aid to share with friends. This is a great option this always drinking pop or ice tea mix. I love that it is still available in a single serve option, so you can try out more flavors and not waste a pile of lonely on a flavour you hate.

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1-3 of 4 questions
by DavidJune 20, 2019


1. You get three packets in an envelope for $1.90 (or about $0.63 a packet). You can buy them at the store for 23 cents a packet. I figured I had to be misreading something, so I took the chance and ordered three for $1.90 to see what I would get and found out that they in fact they are gouging people, usually unusual for Walmart. The cheapest you can buy them for are at the store.
by David
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Last answer: September 12, 2019

by GrammaJune 3, 2017


1. There are no carbs in a package.
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Last answer: June 6, 2017

by QuestionOctober 14, 2016


1. No, it is not sugar free.
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Last answer: October 14, 2016

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