Random Berry Ice Cubes
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- Prep 5min
Updated September 25, 2014
cup chopped berries, any variety you have on hand
cup juice, flavored sparkling water, any variety you like
Cute silicone ice cube trays or baking molds
Spoon the berries into the ice cube tray cavities.
Top with juice or flavored water.
Nutrition InformationNo nutrition information available for this recipe
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Refreshing lemonade is a must have during the hot summer months. There is just something about lemonade with it’s tart, refreshing sweetness that makes those hot days much more bearable.
We make all sorts of variations but this easy berry lemonade is a favorite of ours because it takes no time at all.
Currently, we are in the middle of a heat wave in Sacramento. More than 10 consecutive days of 100+ with several days exceeding 110 has us running to the ocean and making batch after batch of this easy lemonade.
We really love to have a pitcher of this lemonade in the fridge on standby for when we need something ice cold and refreshing.
How far in advance can I make the Jello cubes? Do you store in the refrigerator?
could this be added to a punch for a boy baby shower
Recipe says to use an 8 inch square pan, but I wished I had noticed beforehand that you clearly used a bigger, rectangular pan. The setting time for the first layer is really off for me.
Can I use ice cube trays to save time in cutting or is it going to be impossible to pop out of the tray?
I used the 8 inch square pan and the setting time is much longer on the first layer. Did you use a 9吉?
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After reading the comments asking for the pan size, I used a 9吉 pan. I cut them in roughly 1″ squares and they were VERY thin. If I were doing this over I would either use the 9吉 pan and double the recipe or use a smaller (8) pan. It would be helpful if the author would chime back in on this one. Thanks so much for the recipe.
Made these in an 8 and they turned out perfect! Slightly taller than an inch and SO cute! Your instructions are so easy to follow, such an easy recipe! Thank you! So cute and perfect for a Frozen party!
so cute! such a nice party!
Any suggestions on how to make this without using Jello? We are a healthy eating family and I do not want to use blue Jello which contains artificial flavor and coloring. I was thinking blueberry juice but the color would not be crystal blue….
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Subbing half the lemon lime soda with tonic water will cause them to glow under black light. (Or finding another way to subsonic water, subbing half the cold water for the jello pack. Depending on which layer you want to glow.
I just made the jello squares for my daughter’s frozen party. They came out great.! I used the 8 x 8 even though the picture looked larger but I figured she doubled the recipe for the larger pan. I let the first portion cool for 25 minutes and it was still completely liquid but I ran out of time to let it firm before the party. I added the next layer when the first layer was liquid but it still came out perfect. I used a knife to cut around the edges before I turned it upside down. They came out beautiful and everybody loved them! I also made the punch in a bowl and decorated the cups first. Super cute!!
I lightly sprinkled blue decorating sugar into each layer before it completely set a light blue in the unflavored gelatin and darker blue in the berry flavored jello, made them sparkle even more. Don’t be too generous .
These are super cute, but your setting time for the first layer is way off. My cubes came out all blue…
I really want to try this for my daughters 5th birthday party. I’m already just going nuts thinking about it. But we don’t eat gelatin, would this still turn out well with vegan gelatin? It will be my first time making it.
For everyone asking. I know this pan was an 8 inch pan even though it looks bigger. your setting times may vary depending on a lot of factors. Just press the jello to make sure it’s set before adding the next layer. Hope this helps to resolve some of the problems. This was not a 9吉 pan!
I doubled the recipe and used a 9吉. I needed to chill the bottom layer a little longer. This tasted so good! Also, I only had three blue jellos, but one yellow box! So it turned a turquoise-ish color.
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- Load up on the fruit! As long as it fits below the surface of the ice cube tray, it’s fair game. You can try different fruit, as well, so don’t feel limited to berries. Oranges, lemons, limes, pears, grapefruit, go crazy!
- If it’s not fresh fruit season, use frozen fruit!
- The smaller pieces of fruit you use, the more you’ll be able to squeeze in the ice cube holes!
- To spruce the cubes up even more, replace the plain water in the cubes with sprite or sparkling water.
- Use a regular plastic ice cube mold or a silicone mold for this recipe! The silicone molds typically hold extra volume, so you can pack in extra fruit.
- Use filtered water for the freshest, tasty cubes!
- Fruit flavored cubes are a refreshing drink for kids in the summer, but they are also great for hot afternoons on the deck, girls night and also brunch!