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  • Heather Marie

    Fruit Ice Cubes: Add Mint, Lemon Slices or Fresh Blueberries to Ice Cube Trays, Fill with Distilled Water & Freeze Overnight. Add to Lemonades or Waters for Refreshing Twist.

  • Tera Haselden Keatts

    Summer ice cubes. What a great idea for summer drinks!

  • Ericka Maciel

    Summer Ice Cubes. Just freeze fruits or herbs of your choice in an ice cube tray for flavored ice cubes.

  • Jenny Parks

    lemon slices, blueberries & mint leaves + water in ice cube tray = summer ice cubes :)

  • Kaitlynn Topham

    flavored ice cubes for water -- how creative...I will try for the summer time!

  • Natalie Stephenson

    summer ice cubs

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Summer Ice Cubes - place lime, mint, blueberries or anything else in for some wonderful summer drinks.

Add blueberries, lemon slices and mint leaves to water to make ice cubes. (Read recipe as there are a few "extras" you need to do to get the full flavor of the fruit or mint.)

Great ice idea for summer, in water or Sprite!

freeze berries in ice {to get the ice extra clear, use boiled water}

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

Edible flower ice cubes - what a beautiful drink they make!

You freeze the mixers as layered ice cubes! Piña colada was pineapple juice and coconut. I bet Lime juice and low grade triple sec would work well for a pitcher of margaritas.....

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

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.