One of the worst things about ice cubes: They water down EVERY DRINK. Don’t water down your yummy-licious beverage – learn how to make these ice cubes and taste as your drink gets more delicious the longer you wait. Enjoy these 15 creative ice cube recipes…
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1. Coffee Ice Cubes Recipe
With summer coming, nothing hits the spot quite like a delicious iced coffee. Here’s a simple tip to get the most out of your brew — make your ice cubes out of coffee. When you pour hot coffee over regular ice cubes, they water it down and dilute the taste as they melt. But with coffee cubes, you get full flavor down to the last drop.
2. Latte Ice Cubes
Sometimes you dream big with dreams of frappuccinos all day, evverryday. And for those dreams, we’ve now got latte ice cubes. Soo necessary.
3. Flavored Ice Cubes
Water is the key to staying healthy and hydrated – and it’s so easy to make your own all natural flavored water, with some fresh ingredients from the market and some crisp, clean water.
4. Mint Ice Cubes
Drop some minty freshness into your drink! Perfect for Moscow Mules and other non-alcoholic beverages.
5. Aloe Vera Ice Cubes
Mmmm, a new way to drink aloe.
6. Lime Ice Cubes
Lime-y and delicious. You could throw these in a marg.
7. Vanilla Ice Cubes
These Vanilla Ice cubes are made with almond milk, sugar, and vanilla. So not only do they add the flavor of vanilla to your drink, they also add some creaminess and a touch of sweetness. They’re perfect for iced coffee, tea, chai, or even lemonade.
8. Rainbow Ice Cubes
Why have boring lemonade when you can jazz it up with these naturally colored (and flavored) Rainbow Ice Cubes to make your own Rainbow Lemonade (or any other kind of drink/cocktail)! Every sip is an explosion of fruity flavors!
9. Fruit Ice Cubes
Summer is on its way, and we need a little refreshment! These frozen fruit ice cubes will not only refresh you and your kiddos, but they’ll also add a little extra nutritional bang to a regular old glass of water.
10. Mint & Lime Juice Cubes
Preserving the concentrate in trays or baggies in the freezer makes it easy to just pull out a cube or two, drop it into a glass of water and you have instant minty limeade. It also helps preserve the lime tree bounty well into the colder months.
11. Chocolate Milk Ice Cubes
My 11-year-old came to me last week with this nifty concept: Freeze chocolate milk in an ice cube tray–then use the cubes to flavor plain white milk.
Fun, right? And it adds flavor to milk but far less sugar than straight-up chocolate milk contains.
12. Detoxifying Lemon Ice Cubes
These Immune Boosting Whole Lemon Ice Cubes pack a big nutritional punch, and they add great flavor when added to a tall glass of water, juice blends, smoothies, soups, and sauces.
13. Immune Boosting Flavored Ice Cubes
Transform plain water into a delicious glass of refreshing flavored water with these Immune Boosting Flavored Ice Cubes. You’ll be happily sipping water all day long!
14. Frozen Green Cubes
A great way of making sure we always have our daily dose of green on hand is buying a buttload of mixed greens (kale, spinach, chard, beet greens, mint, etc), blending them together with a little lime juice and coconut water and freezing them in ice cube molds. These frozen green babies are ready to go from the freezer into the blender and they keep your smoothie nice and cool!
15. Frozen Melon Spheres
Would you like to make these ice cubes for your family, or yourself?! It’s actually not difficult at all. Just grab a Melon Scooper, freeze the spheres in a Ziploc bag, and serve when it’s time to drink!