Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins
These ice cubes are fun to add to lemonade or other refreshing drinks. You could substitute any type of fruit, depending on what you have on hand. I like these in iced tea or lemonade. Prep time does not include freezing time.
- Cut 3 (1/4-inch thick) slices from 1 lemon.
- Quarter each slice.
- Make fruity ice cubes by placing the quartered lemon slices in an ice cube tray.
- Fill tray with water and freeze until ice cubes form.
- Transfer cubes to a pitcher of lemonade or iced tea or serve individually.
I made it with lemon and limes. I tried it in a cocotini (recipe#228520). It's cute in it. And today I tried it in a glass of sangria. It's even better. Cause the taste of the lemon/lime mix perfectly with the juices and the wine. Thanks Lainey :) I'm going to do it all summer since I always have lemon and lime. Made for Holiday tag game
The sky really is the limit with this little idea.I used limes initially (for DH's vodka and tonic!).He just loved it.I've also got some with raspberries in,for throwing into Raspberry Fizz Cocktails. The children will also love these with various fruits in for cooling their summer drinks! Thanks Lainey!!
A great addition to punch! I used it in Recipe #148403 for the SuperBowl and it was a perfect addition. I also enjoyed it in some regular ice water. I am definitely going to keep this in mind for when I have lemons and limes to use up, as well. Thanks for sharing!