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  • Kaydee

    lemon ice cubes for a punch bowl or ice tea pitcher. great idea.

  • Erin Cox

    Freeze lemon slices in your ice cubs to upgrade your water. Use muffin tins to fill pitchers or punch bowls.

  • Kathy Humphrey

    Lemon Lime Ice Cubes for Pitchers: Make sure that there is a big, level space in your freezer for the muffin pan. Thinly slice up lemons and limes. Place two or three slices of lemon and/or lime in each section of the muffin tin. Carefully fill the muffin pan with water. Freeze overnight. Pop out a few of the ice cubes and place in a large pitcher. Add water or iced tea. Notes: You could also make these ice cubes with iced tea so that they don't dilute your beverage as they melt.

  • Stephanie Satterly

    Large Ice cubes for pitchers. Must remember this for summer.//Instructions: Make sure that there is a big, level space in your freezer for the muffin pan. Thinly slice up lemons and limes. Place two or three slices of lemon and/or lime in each section of the muffin tin. Carefully fill the muffin pan with water. Freeze overnight. Pop out a few of the ice cubes and place in a large pitcher. Add water or iced tea

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Lemon Limes, Punch Bowls, Ice Cubs, Muffins Pan, Muffins Tins, Lemon Ice Cubes, Large Ice, Great Ideas, Ice Teas

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