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Melon Ball Punch Recipe

Melon sangria – Summer cocktails – Laylita’s Recipes

Fresh Fruit Pops - fruit puree, popsicle sticks, and mini plastic cups. Awesome summer treat!!!

Summer Ice Cubes - DIY with fruits

DIY :: edible flower ice cubes, raspberry + herbs ice cubes and lavender + mint ice cubes

Simple Balsamic Melon Salad... light, refreshing and featuring one of our favorite Italian condiments—#balsamic! #melon #salad

Chocolate-Dipped Frozen Bananas | SugarHero.com #chocolate #bananas #frozen

Melon ball ice cubes: a summer staple for flavored water or cocktail garnishes by @Sarah Chintomby Chintomby Nasafi Darzi

Ability to switch colors. Add fun and excitement to your vases or drinking glass with these light up ice cubes.

Fruit smoothie ice cubes.

Melon ball ice cubes! Put these in sparkling water, add some mint, and you've got the most refreshing summer drink ever.:

Ice pops for adults! www.bonappart.co.uk #cocktails #frozen #recipe #summer #drinks #cocktails #drinkrecipes

Holiday Drink...Freeze coffee as ice cubes and toss in a cup of Baileys and Vanilla Vodka

Nutella Stuffed Pancakes - frozen Nutella discs makes it a breeze to make the Nutella stuffed pancakes!

Corn and Cheese balls #appetizers

Brownie/Cake Icecream cupcakey thingamabob. SO MUCH YUM!

Pineapple Raspberry Ice Cube Recipe - for all natural flavored water or yummy ice cube eating.

Dreyer's Ice (Cream) Cubes: Surprise your kids with a frozen treat that will make their milk a whole lot cooler! Scoop their favorite Dreyer’s ice cream flavors into ice cube trays and put back in the freezer to harden. Then, add a cube (or a couple) to a glass of milk for a touch of sweet flavor! (Also goes great with coffee or floats!)

Chillz Ice Ball Maker Mold - Black Flexible Silicone Ice Tray - Molds 4 X 4.5cm Round Ice Ball Spheres

Flower ice cubes. Not long ago I had rose turkish delight and was so very confused, but it was actually VERY GOOD! And I never would have thought about edible flowers, but it's actually beginning to sound good! She used Roses, carnations, mint, lavender, basil flowers & leaves all from her garden