Fried Kool-Aid is trending after the seeming nutritional nightmare made its debut at the San Diego County Fair.
The snack is made by combining flour, water, and Kool-Aid into a batter and then frying everything up into little balls that, according to creator Charlie Boghosian, "taste like donut holes." ABC News has even created a how-to instructional video.
Kool-Aid is not Boghosian's first foray into fried foods. His menu also includes deep-fried Thin Mints and Klondike Bars.
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