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Delicious Fruity Ice Cubes

Try these sweet fruity ice cubes to enhance your drinks.

5 min. Prep
0 Cook
5 min. Total
1 Servings




Wash your fruits and chop them into small pieces.



Arrange the pieces in your ice



Pour the filtered water over the fruit, and then freeze for at least 4 hours. Overnight works the best.



Add into your daily water or lemonade and enjoy!

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Tips and Tricks

If you’re wanting to step up your fruity ice cube game and want some more varieties or tricks, check out these helpful hints and techniques that are great for any occasion.

Double Boiled Water

This is a great way to have crystal clear ice if you’re looking for a more aesthetically pleasing picture, however, this isn’t needed. There are also unique trays that you can use that remove impurities and bubbles when freezing ice, like Dexas Iceology Trays, so you don’t have to double boil.

The Best Fruits for Drinks

Some great fruit choices to use when making fruity ice cubes include strawberries, lemons, limes, blueberries, melons, cranberries, grapefruits, and much more. So how should you incorporate these fruits into your drinks when there are so many options?

Pairing your ice with each drink is important to make the perfect match. For instance, chopping up lemon slices and strawberry chunks is perfect when adding to your lemonade.

If you’re enjoy a sangria, maybe opt for oranges, peaches, pineapples and pears.

Iced tea is another great drink to add in your ice cubes, as well as seltzers or other cocktails. Try pairing your fruit with your drink that way the fruity ice cubes compliment your drink the best.

Other Additions

And for those that are a bit bored of their usual fruits, what else could you add to make the perfect fruity ice cube? Adding herbs is a great way to ramp up your drink.

Whether that’s mint, rosemary, basil or even thyme, there are some great combinations out there to try making the best combination.