Koolaid Pie


So I made what these southerners called Koolaid Pie. Graham cracker crust, 1 tube of Cool whip, 1 can of Eagles Condensed Milk, and any favor of koolaid you like. Hey I mixing bowl stir in cool whip and koolaid, then pour in condensed milk. It will turn the color of you koolaid and began to stiffen. Pour in in the graham cracker crust then refrigerate for about 6 hour I usually let it sit over night. And here you have it.


Koolaid Pie Recipe: Tropical Twist Edition


  • 1 Graham cracker crust (store-bought or homemade)
  • 1 tube of Cool Whip (8 oz)
  • 1 can of Sweetened Condensed Milk (14 oz)
  • 1 packet of Tropical Punch Kool-Aid (or your preferred flavor)


  1. Prepare the Graham Cracker Crust:
    • If you’re using a store-bought crust, great! If not, you can make your own by combining crushed graham crackers with melted butter and pressing the mixture into a pie dish. Allow it to set in the refrigerator while you prepare the filling.
  2. Mix Cool Whip and Kool-Aid:
    • In a large mixing bowl, combine the entire tube of Cool Whip and the contents of the Kool-Aid packet. Stir until the Kool-Aid powder is evenly distributed, and the Cool Whip takes on the color and flavor of the Kool-Aid.
  3. Add Condensed Milk:
    • Pour the entire can of Sweetened Condensed Milk into the bowl with the Cool Whip and Kool-Aid mixture. Gently fold the ingredients together until well combined. The mixture should start to thicken as you mix.
  4. Assemble the Pie:
    • Pour the colorful and flavorful mixture into the prepared graham cracker crust. Use a spatula to smooth the top for an even finish.
  5. Chill in the Refrigerator:
    • Place the pie in the refrigerator to set for at least 6 hours, or preferably overnight. This allows the pie to firm up and the flavors to meld together.
  6. Serve and Enjoy:
    • Once the Koolaid Pie has set, slice and serve chilled. The graham cracker crust adds a delightful crunch, while the creamy and fruity filling provides a burst of tropical goodness.


  • Feel free to experiment with different Kool-Aid flavors to create unique and colorful variations of the pie.
  • Garnish with additional Cool Whip, fresh fruit, or mint leaves for a decorative touch.
  • Enjoy this refreshing and easy-to-make Koolaid Pie at your next gathering or as a sweet treat on a warm day!

Here are some tips to ensure your Koolaid Pie with a Tropical Twist turns out delicious and perfect:

  1. Chill Ingredients:
    • Make sure the Cool Whip and Sweetened Condensed Milk are well-chilled before starting. This will help the pie set faster and achieve a better texture.
  2. Graham Cracker Crust Quality:
    • If you’re making your own graham cracker crust, ensure it’s well-combined and firmly pressed into the pie dish. You can pre-bake it for a few minutes for added stability.
  3. Experiment with Kool-Aid Flavors:
    • Have fun with different Kool-Aid flavors. Tropical Punch is suggested in the recipe, but you can try flavors like Berry Blue, Orange, or even a mix of two flavors for a unique twist.
  4. Fold Gently:
    • When combining the Cool Whip, Kool-Aid, and Condensed Milk, fold the ingredients together gently. Overmixing can deflate the Cool Whip, affecting the pie’s texture.
  5. Taste as You Go:
    • Taste the mixture before pouring it into the crust. If you prefer a stronger flavor, you can add more Kool-Aid. Keep in mind that the pie will intensify in flavor as it chills.
  6. Smooth the Top:
    • Before refrigerating, ensure the top of the pie is smooth and even. This will result in a more polished appearance when serving.
  7. Cover Properly:
    • Cover the pie with plastic wrap or a pie lid before placing it in the refrigerator. This prevents any unwanted flavors from being absorbed and helps the pie set without developing a skin.
  8. Allow Ample Chilling Time:
    • For the best results, let the pie chill in the refrigerator for at least 6 hours or, ideally, overnight. This ensures it sets properly and develops a creamy, firm texture.
  9. Garnish Creatively:
    • When serving, get creative with garnishes. Additional dollops of Cool Whip, slices of fresh tropical fruit, or a sprinkle of shredded coconut can add both visual appeal and extra flavor.
  10. Slice with a Warm Knife:
    • Before slicing, run a warm knife under hot water. This helps to slice through the pie more smoothly, ensuring clean and neat slices.
  11. Store Properly:
    • If there are any leftovers, store the pie in the refrigerator. Cover it securely to prevent it from drying out or absorbing other odors from the fridge.
  12. Enjoy Fresh:
    • This pie is best enjoyed fresh, so try to consume it within a few days of making for the optimal flavor and texture.

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