Friday, September 23, 2011

Fun Filled Family Bonding with Kool-Aid

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

One of my most favorite time of the year is Christmas, primarily because this is the time when my family is complete. I don't have much memories with my family these past few years, but I do recall some of the best days of my life during my childhood years.

I could still remember way back then when we would go out every Sunday to have our typical family bonding. We would usually go to the park and bring along food for us to eat. We would then gather around the picnic blanket and get hold of our glasses of delicious Kool-Aid drink. It also comes in many flavors, my favorite of which are Strawberry and Orange. Other flavors include Grapes, Cherry, Apple and many more.


Aside from outing, my family also love to spend our nights together at home, watching our favorite TV shows or playing board games while sipping on our favorite juice drink. Indeed, this juice drink has contributed a lot of fun and happy memories to me and my family. We would never miss drinking it every time we bond as a family. We also serve this to our visitors and they too love it!

If you check out Kool-Aid's Facebook page, you can find there the tab "Noches de PeliKoola" which contains a schedule of upcoming Sunday movie nights that you can enjoy with family and friends. You can also download movie specific bingo cards that you can play with while watching some cool movies, and of course while enjoying a cold glass of Kool-Aid drink. Now aside from these free stuffs, you can also download a coupon from there and use it. Now that is something.

Kool-Aid is more than just a juice drink. You can visit Kraft's website and browse through their Kool-Aid recipes and create a new and exciting drink.

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