Product Review: Kool-Aid Fun Fizz

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Kool-Aid has come out with a very cool new product, Fun Fizz drink drops. They’re sugar free, sweetened with aspartame, fizzy, and fun. They’re perfect for putting into water bottles or in children’s water to get the to drink it. However, if I may, if you have to add cool aid that fizzes to your child’s water to get them to drink it, you’ve got bigger problems then we’ll be addressing here.

Anyway, these fizzy drops are getting reviews all over the web and the consensus is that they are a super cool addition to the sugar free drink flavoring market.

The claim: Fun Fizz drink drops quickly bubble and sparkle into a refreshing, non-carbonated beverage that makes kids excited to drink water. The drops are convenient and mess free and designed to fit into the opening of a standard water bottle. The sugar-free, 5-calorie drink comes in three flavors — Partyin’ Punch, Gigglin’ Grape and laughin’ Lemonade.

Cost: $1.99 for a package of eight

Where: Supermarkets

Fun Fizz comes in 3 awesome flavors—Partyin’ Punch, Gigglin’ Grape, and Laughin’ Lemonade. They do indeed live up to the claims Kool-Aid makes. They do fit in a water bottle and they do bubble and sparkle like rainbow alka seltzer.  These guys are a ton of fun to watch, but watch out, they are very sweet! Overwhelmingly sweet!

The great part about making Kool-Aid on your own, as Junk Food Betty points out, is that you control the sweetness. Here you’re stuck with what you’ve got. I like them for every now and then, try them and tell me what you think.



3 thoughts on “Product Review: Kool-Aid Fun Fizz”

  • For kids with sensory issues, who struggle with plain water, this could be great. OTOH, TruLemon makes a stevia sweetened lemonade packet that’s wonderful for the water-challenged set. It’s for a 1/2 liter bottle, but if you add more water… 🙂

  • For kids with sensory issues, who struggle with plain water, this could be great. OTOH, TruLemon makes a stevia sweetened lemonade packet that’s wonderful for the water-challenged set. It’s for a 1/2 liter bottle, but if you add more water… 🙂

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