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  • Rachel Butler

    Frozen Fruit Cubes. 1. Wash & Clean Fruit: Remove seeds/skin for necessary fruits. 2. Chop. Dice. 3. Fill ice trays with water. 3. Place desired fruits into trays. Make sure each cube is filled and excess water is removed. 4. Freeze and Enjoy! This doesn’t change the taste, freshness or the nutritional value of the fruit you freeze. So enjoy it in your favorite smoothie, juice, and even alcoholic beverages ;) CHEERS!

  • Core Club

    Fruit and herb infused ice cubes! Looks refreshing and so colorful! The Core Club and 24/7 Gym in Durham, CT encourages you to stay hydrated! #hydration #water #fitness #health #body

  • Christine Diaz

    Momma Goose and Gaggle: Fruit Infused Water

  • Laura Kirkham

    fruit/herb infused icecubes

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