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What To Freeze in Your Ice Cube Tray : Food Network

Those tiny compartments are perfect for preserving single-serving portions of leftover condiments and ingredients that are too small to keep around in the fridge but too tasty (or expensive) to throw out. Once your cubes are frozen, pop them from the tray into a resealable freezer bag for easy acces...
  • Xtina Scan

    11 things to freeze in ice cube trays. Some really good ideas here.

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  • Skipping Stars Productions

    bacon fat, Brown Butter, Buttermilk, Chipotles in Adobo, coffee or tea, Cooked Onions, food storage, Garlic or Ginger, ice cube trays, ingredients, Lemon or Lime Juice, Red and White Wine, Roasted Garlic, Vegetable and Fruit Purees

  • Vicki McDowell

    11 Cool New Uses for Ice Cube Trays: Food Network - from caramelized onions to bacon fat to to buttermilk to tomato paste, all useful ideas!!

  • Lourdes Malone

    Summer's heating up, and we’ve got plenty of frozen treats to cool you down. But here’s something unexpected to store in the freezer alongside your ice

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