Ice Cubes

Ice cubes are small, roughly cube-shaped pieces of ice, conventionally used to cool beverages.

Recipes

  1. Ice Cubes

    These white chocolate candies are chilled, then rolled in coconut. They make a pretty dessert for the holidays.

  2. Berry Ice Cubes

    Float these ice cubes in a fruit-flavored punch.

  3. Peach-Berry Punch

    Frozen peach slices replace ice cubes in this fruity nonalcoholic punch.

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Articles

  1. 7 Things You’re Not Using Your Ice Cube Tray For (But Should Be)

    Fri, 7 Mar 2014

    cube tray will be occupied with all of these other awesome uses, try this idea so you won’t need to rely on adding ice cubes to your blended drinks. Stir up yogurt, juice and fruit, like in this strawberry kiwi option and freeze. When you

  2. Easy Thanksgiving Cocktails to Make the Big Day Sparkle

    Tue, 19 Nov 2013

    them in a 5-gallon pail filled with ice and cold water; 4. Make a garnish that also chills your drink, by freezing ice cubes with fruit, flowers, or herbs inside; 5. If you’re serving a crowd, make simple sparkling cocktails by the pitcher

  3. Root Beer Floats — Free Today from A&W + Make Great Cupcakes!

    Tue, 6 Aug 2013

    adventurous and actually want to make your own root beer float, try this recipe , which involves root beer, heavy cream, ice cubes , and a blender. It is not difficult to make, we promise. And, hey, it’s approved for all four phases of the Atkins

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Videos

  1. How to Make the Perfect Lemonade

    Fri, 10 Jun 2011

    match that with some home-made ice cubes featuring a little mint leaf for ..... here 'cause we're gonna make our ice cubes so we're gonna measure back 1 ..... going to use to make those yummy mint ice cubes . We're actually using some of

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    easy simple syrup. We're also going to match that with some home-made ice cubes featuring a little mint leaf for a really nice crisp, fresh flavor. This is the perfect summer drink and it's going to
    back-- there are a few steps here 'cause we're gonna make our ice cubes so we're gonna measure back 1-1/2 cups, so, we're gonna dump out 1-1/2 cups here. Perfect. Okay, so this is what we're going to use to make those yummy mint ice cubes . We're actually using some of our lemonade mixture, so now we're going to put like one mint sprig in each little ice
    tasty, and we'll just...pour this on top. So we are gonna make ice cubes . Okay. Perfect, perfect, perfect. Okay. So these are going to pop into the freezer for about 4 hours until they're nice and firm. We're just going to add our remaining lemon into here, into our pitcher. This is just gonna hang out in here. Just cover and refrigerate this until we are all ready to serve, so we're gonna come back when our ice cubes are nice and firm and frozen and we will serve you some lemonade. Okay, so it's been 4 hours. My ice cubes are ready. Look at them. I am so excited about this. Look how cute they look. And we tested one already and they are so completely delicious, all like lemonade-y, but, look, with a little mint leaf like, oh, my gosh, it's-- I'm just so excited. This, my friends, is going to be one of the best lemonades you've ever had, I guarantee, so let's get ready. I'm just gonna put a little ice cube in each-- okay, maybe two 'cause they're so cute. Look at this. Okay. I think we should be putting mint and things in all our ice cubes , frankly, don't you? Like, why are we just doing plain water ice cubes ? That's just crazy. Okay. So now we're just gonna pour it-- look how cute this looks in the-- this is like the
  2. How to Make Pick-Your-Fruit Smoothies

    Fri, 7 Oct 2011

    fruit itself, 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla. And then if you wanna make this a little bit thicker, you can add in some ice cubes ; I have about 12 here, so super simple. All we're going to do is just pour our ingredients into this blender over

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    wanna make this a little bit thicker, you can add in some ice cubes ; I have about 12 here, so super simple. All we're going to do is just pour our ingredients into this blender over
  3. How to Make Pizza Dough

    Thu, 9 Jun 2011

    later. I have 1-1/2 cups plus 2 tablespoons of cold water. It's gotta be 60 to 65 degrees, so I've put in some ice cubes that are now melting 'cause we wanna make sure it's cold. That's really important. Okay, so I'm just gonna kinda

    Ice Cubes found at 1:13

    It's gotta be 60 to 65 degrees, so I've put in some ice cubes that are now melting 'cause we wanna make sure it's cold. That's really important. Okay, so I'm just gonna kinda mix this
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Food Blogs We Love

  1. Frosty Mocha Drink

    Thu, 29 Mar 2012

    1 ½ c skim milk 1/3 c chocolate syrup 2 T instant malted milk powder 2 T instant coffee 3 ½ c ice cubes Combine milk, syrup, malted milk and coffee in a blender. Then add ice in a couple batches blending in between each batch and then serve immediately.

  2. Brandy Alexander

    Mon, 17 Mar 2014

    creme de cacao 2 oz good brandy a heavy splash of half and half freshly grated nutmeg for garnish PreparationPut several ice cubes in a cocktail shaker. Add the creme de cacao, brandy, and half and half to the cocktail shaker. Shake well. Strain into chilled

  3. Wasabi Shrimp with Avocado on Rice Cracker

    Tue, 11 Jun 2013

    chili, finely minced 2 ripe avocados 1/2 lime, squeezed 24 rice crackers Directions: In a bowl, add a handful of ice cubes and cold water to cover. With a small or medium sharp knife, cut green onion stalks into 3" lengths. Slice the green

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How To

  1. How to Make Iced Coffee

    Sat, 1 Jan 2000

    Four 6-ounce servings Ingredients 3 cups hot strong coffee (not decaffeinated) 2 to 3 tablespoons sugar (optional) Ice cubes Orange wedges (optional) Directions Pour hot coffee into a nonmetal container. Cover; cool to room temperature (up