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Flavored Ice Cubes for coctails , “Wake up in the morning to a spicy iced chai, serve lunch with frozen fennel sparkling water, or have a minty mojito by the pool at sunset”… the possibilities are truly endless. Find out more about these icy treats here.

Watermelon Ice - Jazz up your summer drink with ice cubes – made of watermelon!

Jazz up your summer drink with ice cubes – made of watermelon! And to give it extra spice, add vodka and watermelon pucker!

Summer fruit icesticks

Summer Ice Cubes - DIY with fruits You can find this ice trays in ikea. You can put it in a water bottle

Melon Ball Ice Cubes

Brighten Up Summer Drinks with Melon Ball Ice Cubes — Tips from The Kitchn { I LOVE this idea! Frozen cantaloupe, honeydew watermelon balls with the juices are refreshing on their own~kids love them!} serve in white wine or champagne

Art Fresh fresh fresh mint  bluberry icecubes drink-party-pass-out

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GET FANCY WITH ICE CUBES! Add Herbs or Fruit to Your Ice Cubes. I love the iced tea ice cubes! Or the mint sprigs in the ice cubes to flavor your tea. Caramel/hazelnut milk cubes adds a special flare to ur iced coffee!

KoolAid ice cubes in sprite | Recipes I Need by KelleyS78

KoolAid ices cubes in sprite. The drink changes flavor as the ice melts! You can flavor a vodka drink or spike your Kool-aid ice cubes.

All about the ice cubes: (party adorable)   1-add fruit to spice up any drink  2- add mint leaves or flowers  3- use a mini muffin pan to create larger cubes for your drink dispenser  4- freeze fruit purees into cubes  5- for an iced coffee - make coffee ice cubes!  6- chocolate cubes + over hot milk = hot chocolate the european way

Cool ice cube ideas (no pun intended

Ice Cubes for summer cocktails, iced teas, large punch bowls and even cold coffee drinks!

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Thinking of a way to dress up your cocktails for your party? How about fruit and herb infused ice cubes? Use mint, raspberries or even rosemary to give your signature cocktail that extra kick!

Don't let those lovely fresh herbs go off before you have a chance to use them. Make these sweet and savory ice cubes instead | Click for more food hacks!

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Love the mint ice cubes for some frwsh lemonade! yummy DIY :: edible flower ice cubes, raspberry + herbs ice cubes and lavender + mint ice cubes

chocolate ice cubes for chocolate milk

Summer Chocolate by lepetrin: Vanilla milk with chocolate ice cubes. This whole damn thing is in French, but makes me want to freeze chocolate milk and make Kahlua and Creme.

Flavorful hydration. :)

Summer ice-cut up your favorite fruit, divide up in an ice cube tray pour in water, sprite, white wine and freeze.

23 Genius Ways To Use An Ice Cube Tray, These are genius, and many of them involve desserts...brilliant!

23 Genius Ways To Use An Ice Cube Tray, brilliant! pinner wrote, "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.

Layered ice cubes made with layers of fruit juice

The view from Great Island: Minimal Monday: Layered Ice Cubes. fruit juices and

Did you know that strawberries are good for the skin, immune system, and hair? It's all because of one nutrient--vitamin C.

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Frozen Strawberry Cubes: Freeze berries in ice; to get the ice extra clear, use boiled water

Weddbook is a content discovery engine mostly specialized on wedding concept. You can collect images, videos or articles you discovered  organize them, add your own ideas to your collections and share with other people - Rose petal ice cubes are so romance - wedding idea

Great romantic Valentine’s DIY idea… Roses in ice cubes… Perfect in an ice bucket, since you won’t actually use them in a drink! Just put roses into an ice cube tray and add water, then freeze.