I read that many in the south make Koolickles. Pickles soaked in Kool-Aid.

I was game to make them and have the Q-Crew try them.

So do Koolickles taste good?

See for yourself.



Haha! Boys so so silly they honestly, aren't bad. It's a mind over matter kind of thing.

If you like bread and butter pickles then eating one of these won't be a problem.

They're crunchy slightly sweet but then you tste the dill. As you can see I eat all of mine and was completely fine.

By the way if you'd like to make some for yourself all you need are the following:

1 packet of red colored Kool-Aid (Cherry or Tropical Punch work great. I used Cherry)

1 Large Jar of Dil Spears (24 oz or 32 oz.)


Drain pickle juice into a bowl. Mix in packet of Kool-Aid. Pour Kool-Aid Pickle Juic Mixture back over Dill Spears in the Jar. Refrigerate for 5 to 7 days. Shake the jar everyday until the 5 to 7 days are up.

That's it.

Pretty simple and easy.

Plus, it's kind of weirdly refreshing tasting. Or at least I think so.

I guess you can be the judge of that.

I'm just curious if this is a southern thing?

My Grandma was from the south and she never did this. When I lived in Chattanooga for almost a year, no one ever told me about this nor did I see anything like this done.

I'm really curious about this supposedly "southern" treat.



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