fruit infused ice cube recipes

Add a little guilt-free flavor to your favorite drinks with this easy and healthy recipe. These cubes taste great in a pitcher of water or fruit juice. Add them to your favorite cocktail for bit of extra flavor.

Cooking Time: 10 Minutes


  1. Slice your favorite fruits. We tried strawberry, raspberry, lemon, and blueberry
  2. Place the fruit in an empty ice tray. Mix and match the different kinds of fruit
  3. Fill the remainder of the tray with water
  4. Freeze for several hours until water hardens to ice
  5. Serve with your favorite drinks for extra flavor

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