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Ginger Ale Ice Cubes

Ginger Ale Ice Cubes created by CandyTX

My mother's friend gave her this recipe when I was just a young thing. Many moons ago. I still make it when I have a good reason to do so and find it is so refreshing.

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  • Bring water and sugar to a boil and add rest of ingredients.
  • Freeze in ice trays.
  • Serve with ginger ale.
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@Jacqueline in KY
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"My mother's friend gave her this recipe when I was just a young thing. Many moons ago. I still make it when I have a good reason to do so and find it is so refreshing."
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  1. CandyTX
    Ginger Ale Ice Cubes Created by CandyTX
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  2. CandyTX
    Ginger Ale Ice Cubes Created by CandyTX
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  3. CandyTX
    I had such high hopes for this one, but I had a really hard time with it. Note that it should be (per Jac) lemonade concentrate. Also, I think the crushed pineapple should maybe be in it's own juice and not the syrup that Tom bought. I left in the freezer for over 24 hours, but it would NOT freeze hard. We ended up scooping it out - like you would Italian Ice - and using it like that. Having said that, Tom and the kids LOVED it. I think if I make it again, I would just freeze it into one big block and use it in a punch bowl for a party :)
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  4. Jacqueline in KY
    My mother's friend gave her this recipe when I was just a young thing. Many moons ago. I still make it when I have a good reason to do so and find it is so refreshing.
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