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19 Flavorful Ways To Liven Up Your Summer Ice Cubes

Vanilla Bean Ice Cubes


make crystal clear ice!

How to make crystal clear ice cubes.....interesting

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glitter ice cubes (A Subtle Revelry)

Glitter ice cubes for Christmas, New Year and my birthday. You don't have to celebrate my birthday but you should try out these glitter ice cubes from A Subtle Revelry.

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Pretty ice cubes.

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Mangiona With Caitlin Levin #12: Ice Cubism

flavored ice cubes

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Odds & Ends: Herbed Olive Oil Cubes

how to make herb-infused olive oil ice cubes {one of our favorite kitchen tricks!}

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My ultimate Iced Coffee

Weekend project: make coffee ice cubes for extra-chill (and strong!) iced coffees.

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Freeze berries in ice; to get extra clear, use boiled water. Great idea and you can use fruit of choice.

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Watermelon Margaritas

Watermelon Margaritas. Watermelon is one of summer's best treats. Here's a thinking-outside-the-box idea for serving watermelon. Freeze cut up squares of watermelon and use as "ice cubes"! Serve in this yummy watermelon margarita (recipe) for adults, or as ice cubes in lemonade for kids. Perfect for 4th of July picnics or summertime BBQs and pool parties.

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23 Genius Ways To Use An Ice Cube Tray

23 Genius Ways To Use An Ice Cube Tray! This is brilliant! I used a silicone ice cube tray with a flower design to make the prettiest shortbread and ginger cookies. You floured, pressed the cookie mix in and thumped to extract. Love it, I'm on the lookout for silicone molds now!

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40 Clever and Creative Ways to Use an Ice Cube Tray - Page 2 of 4

40 Clever and Creative Ways to Use an Ice Cube Tray. Frozen cookie dough is so convenient but it’s not very cheap. Making your own homemade cookies is a lot less expensive and allows you to know exactly what ingredients are in your cookies. You can make your own by freezing your cookie dough in ice cube trays. The trays offer the perfect size and once frozen, you can store your cookies in a freezer bag for months. Just pop out however many you need and bake.

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21 Products You'll Want If You Love Being Fancy

Diamond shaped ice cubes that will gussy up any drink.