Monday, December 26, 2011


This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Kool Aid for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.


 My first love story with Kool-Aid is when I was in high school in the Philippines. Drinking flavored juices or any kind of pop is not a “thing” for us because it is expensive in there. My mother told us instead of buying juices we rather buy rice. We never insist but every time we visited my mom’s sister, she offered us  Kool-Aid and I felt good because it is free! When I graduated college and got a job the first time I see to it is to buy Kool-Aid every week! After several years nieces and nephew came and I did not deprived them from enjoying Kool-Aid. I do not like to experience what I experienced before wondering what Kool-Aid taste. The best part is that they like different flavors. In addition, we rather enjoy when lunchtime came and we prepare each our favorite flavor. My favorite flavor strawberry, my nieces like grapes and my nephew loves orange. 
Now I found out that Kool-Aid is in Facebook. Moreover, I would encourage you people to checkout the “Noches de Pelikoola” on Facebook. “Noches de Pelikoola” is on Facebook Kool-Aid tab and in there you will find a schedule of upcoming Sunday movie nights and downloadable movie-specific bingo cards for the entire family to play during the movie. Beside, Kool-Aid is a proud partner with KaBoom helping build playgrounds for under privilege kids. Because I am into recycling, I discover that Kool-Aid pouches can be recycled into a grocery bag. I saw it on TV and I think we can do it if I am going to start collecting pouches. This afternoon we were at my stepson’s house for a family dinner and they make this awesome frosty fruit float. Look at the recipe online and you are going to enjoy. Go now and get that delicious Kool-Aid recipe for this coming New Year’s celebration.

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