How to Make Fruity Ice Cubes

Fruity ice cubes are delicious to suck on if you have a sore throat, or to add to cock/mocktails etc etc. Here is how to make them!

Ingredients

  • Water
  • Strawberries
  • Orange/cranberry/apple juice
  • Blueberries

Steps

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    In an ice - cube mould, half fill half of the squares with water.
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    Chop up the strawberries into small pieces.
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    Into half of the water filled moulds (therefore a quarter of the overall square count), drop a bit of strawberry.
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    Fill the rest of the water-and-strawberry moulds with water so the strawberry is floating in water.
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    In the half filled watery moulds, drop a single blueberry.
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    Fill the rest of the blueberry-y moulds with water so the blueberries are floating.
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    In a third of the empty moulds, pour one of your three juices to the top of the mould.
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    In another third of the empty moulds, pour in another of the fruit juices to the top.
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    Repeat with the remaining moulds and remaining juice.
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    Place in the freezer for 48 hours.
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    Serve as soon as you have popped out of the mould.

Tips

  • Sure, you can use your own fruit (the ones listed set the best and the fruit is the easiest to use)!
  • Make porridge squares with a blob of golden syrup or jam to eat with your breakfast or as a snack!
  • Make milk squares for young children and toddlers. You could use plain milk and flavoured milk!

Warnings

  • Don't use fruits or juices anyone who will be eating the cubes are allergic to.

Things You'll Need

  • A freezer
  • 48 hours
  • Ice cube mould
  • Cash (to buy the fruit and juices)

Sources and Citations

  • The good girls cook book by Betty Morgan (out of print)

Article Info

Categories: Water Ice and Sports Drinks