Ingredients1 m servings < 1 cals
- Pour the cold tea into an ice cube tray and freeze. Pop out a few whenever you're ready for a tall cool drink.
Per Serving: < 1 calories; 0 g fat; 0.1 g carbohydrates; 0 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; 1 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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I have done this for years - I make lemonade cubes for my iced tea, and it is perfect! Limeaide cubes are great for lemonade, and strawberry cool aide cubes for lemonaide for those of you who li...
This recpie is RIPPIN'!! I followed Chef SId's idea but used a lower octane booze. My Mrs, loves her booze too, so's I used a shnapps recipe for the ice cubes...boy did she get blasted. The C...
This has changed my life!! No more guzzling to have full strength drinkies. I was adventurous and tried green tea. Also good, so I tried coffee. A hit. Always love to try new things to impr...
Thanks for giving our creativity a kick start, Erin! Great idea. I like lime cokes, so I did a tray using limeade, and a tray using raspberry juice for our morning smoothies. Thanks for sharing!
Been doing this for years. Especially when it is as hot outside as it is today (over 100 degrees!) this is a great way to keep beverages cold longer. I have an automatic ice maker built in under...
Well, thanx for the idea, but I've done it a million times, and at first I thought I wouldn't try it. However, I LOVE tea, and I enjoyed this! Thanx!
What a great and simple idea! I tried this with punch I made for Christmas and froze some of it (until slushy) in custard cups instead of ice cube trays. It looked great and kept the punch cold ...