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This recipe came just in time as I have a lot of jostaberries that can be used for this.
I prepared enought ice cube that I will serve to our next guests.
Thanks a lot for the impressive apero drink.
Done for ZWT7

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awalde June 25, 2011

These little things are so good, and not hard to make! I ran the fruit and jam through a food processor before straining, I think that helped a little. I had just enough to make 12 cubes. Made for ZWT 7.

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Chef Jean June 23, 2011

Made mine with just orange juice and fresh blueberries . . . they're also a great addition to smooties! Thanks Andi!

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Galley Wench October 27, 2009

What a wonderful idea...you are only limited by your imagination! I used frozen blackberries and strawberry preserves for the 'fruit' cubes, and strawberry nectar for the 'juice' cubes! I also used sparkling water, but look forward to trying with champagne or spumante. Thanks for stretching my creative boundaries, Andi!

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alligirl October 27, 2009

Made this with fresh mango and mango nectar and Asti - wow - this was really good. The nice thing is that I have ice cubes ready to go for the next time I have a hankering for this - which will probably be later today!

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duonyte April 12, 2009

This makes a simple glass of wine or champagne a very special drink. The perfect thing for a bridal shower or anniversary celebration. I had a bottle of peach champagne so I used fresh peaches and cherry preserves. This turned out to be a delectable combination with the orange juice cubes. Made for the Aussie/Kiwi Recipe Swap - The Kool Koalas. Thanks Andi!

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Kat's Mom March 02, 2008
Fruit Rocks Au De Champagne- or Fruit in a Cube -Lmf