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If you are looking for a healthy and natural way to jazz up your drinking water, flavored ice cubes are perfect for you. These ice cubes are a treat for the eyes and your taste buds. Here are a few ways you can make flavored ice cubes. Try one of these combinations at home or create your own recipe using your favorite fruit, zest, or herb!

Check out the video below!




Ingredients and instructions for all of the ice cubes featured in the video:

Lemon Ice Cubes:

1 cup lemon juice
1/2 cup water

Mix and fill trays


Mint Ice Cubes:

1/4 cup chopped or muddled mint
Water

Sprinkle mint, then fill trays with water


Berry Ice Cubes:
¾ - 1 cup berries (blackberries, raspberries, and/or blueberries)
Water

Drop 2-4 berries in each spot, then fill trays with water


Berry Mint Lemon Cubes
1/2 cup berries
1/8 cup chopped or muddled mint
1 cup lemon
1/2 cup water

Place 2-3 berries in each spot, sprinkle mint, then fill trays with lemon/water mixture.



I hope you enjoy this idea for a water makeover. If you have tips for how to flavor drinking water, please post them below!




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