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    • Iron Dog Fitness Personal Training

      Fruit flavored Ice Cubes. Make some juice out of some of your favorite fruits, like blended strawberries, oranges, grapes, lime and add just a little water to the juice to make a bunch of cubes and pour in ice tray to freeze over night. Now you have a vitamin, fiber and antioxidant loaded set of ice cubes to add to your water :D Try it out!

    • Jessica Guerrero

      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 doesnt 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!

    • Christine Diaz

      Momma Goose and Gaggle: Fruit Infused Water

    • Larissa Costella

      Infused ice cubes. Brilliant for summer

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