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This reminded me of your almond milk ice cubes in coffee... what about chocolate ice cubes in Almond Milk! Ahhhhh

layer different fruit juices into an ice cube tray, freezing each one at a time, and add them to drinks for a pop of flavor #cocktails

Summer ice for water or sprite or white wine!

Add Herbs or Fruit to Your Ice Cubes. Some ideas: blueberries, strawberries, lemon slices, fennel, and mint.

I like to use the freshest ingredients as often as possible when I’m cooking. And I truly believe that nothing compares to the taste of fresh herbs from the farmers market. However, I find myself disappointed when I can’t use my rosemary, oregano, sage or thyme before they expire. I saw a pretty genius idea that solved this dilemma. Enter: Infused olive oil ice cubes.

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.

Infused ice cubes - if you boil the water before you pour it in to the tray the cubes will come out clear. Great for iced teas or lemonades!

rose champagne in ice bucket with frozen flower ice cubes

Here's a cool new way to savor the beauty of flowers: Freeze them in ice cubes to brighten drinks.  To suspend flowers in the cubes, work in layers: Fill a large-cube ice tray a quarter of the way with water, add flowers facing down, and freeze. Add water, freeze. Repeat. Use only edible flowers and cooled, boiled distilled water.