How To Make Fruit Ice Cubes

So I've been seeing beautiful ice cubes all over pinterest and I decided it was high time to make my own! Check out my post on how to make fruit ice cubes!Want to know about my privacy policy? Visit my legal page!

So, if you’re like me and you’re obsessed/addicted/in love with Pinterest you’ve probably seen pretty ice cubes all over the place – flower ice cubes, fruit ice cubes, uh… other ice cubes?  Well, I have been pinning pretty ice cubes for like two years to all of my Pinterest boards and then it occurred to me, maybe I should actually make some!  PS.  If you’re a Pinterest addict like me, make sure you check out my boards and give me a follow, I’m always pinning cute stuff! ?So I've been seeing beautiful ice cubes all over pinterest and I decided it was high time to make my own! Check out my post on how to make fruit ice cubes!

The good news?  This is probably the EASIEST recipe or tutorial on my entire site.  And one of the cutest!  Well, I don’t know if that’s by popular vote, but I sure do think they look pretty!

So I've been seeing beautiful ice cubes all over pinterest and I decided it was high time to make my own! Check out my post on how to make fruit ice cubes!

Literally all you have to do is make sure the pieces of fruit/flowers/etc you want to use will fit in the ice cube tray slots.  The raspberries I used fit in perfectly so I didn’t even need to chop them, and I just sliced up the strawberries and oranges and was ready to go!

So I've been seeing beautiful ice cubes all over pinterest and I decided it was high time to make my own! Check out my post on how to make fruit ice cubes!

The hardest part of this recipe is washing the fruit.  Not-even-kidding.  Wash it well (no one likes dirty ice cubes!) then chop it up, and add water and freeze!  One tip I’d suggest you try is using filtered water for your ice cubes!  It’s really easy to fill them up by the tap, but if you just grab your Brita pitcher and use filtered water your drink will taste cleaner when your ice cubes start to melt.

So I've been seeing beautiful ice cubes all over pinterest and I decided it was high time to make my own! Check out my post on how to make fruit ice cubes!

This recipe is great, because you can use any fruit you have on hand!!  I prepared these at night and stuck them in the freezer overnight.  When I woke up in the morning they were ready to use!  These are so easy.  If you’re going to make ice cubes anyways, why not jazz them up with fruit!

So I've been seeing beautiful ice cubes all over pinterest and I decided it was high time to make my own! Check out my post on how to make fruit ice cubes!

They look really pretty in filtered water or sparkling water!  I like using clear glasses so you can see them really well!  They also look great in cocktails or mocktails.  These fruit ice cubes take your drink to the next level and will wow anyone drinking them!

Looking for a delicious drink with a ton of flavor and none of the calories? Check out my Tropical Mocktail recipe! This drink is sure to brighten your day!

Want to see a recipe where I used these fruit ice cubes?  The photo above is from my Tropical Mocktail Recipe!

Fruit Ice Cubes
 
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Serves: 1 tray
Ingredients
  • Ice Cube Trays
  • Filtered Water
  • Fruit
Instructions
  1. Wash your fruit.
  2. If it's not small enough to fit in an ice cube slot, chop it into smaller pieces so it will fit.
  3. Place one piece of chopped fruit in each ice cube slot.
  4. Fill with filtered water (this will give your drink a cleaner taste when the ice cubes begin to melt).
  5. Put in your freezer overnight!

What type of fruit would you use in your fruit ice cubes?  Let me know in the comments below!

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