How To Make Herb Ice Cubes

August 3, 2012


 

 

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I love making these ice cubes because it is a money saver.

What You Need

Ice cube tray

water

herbs

What To Do

Chop up whatever herb you have well and place 1 tsp into the ice cube tray cup and fill with water till it is about 3/4 full

Then place in the freezer. When you need the herb later just allow the ice cube to melt.

I love making mint ice cubes for drinks.

Just place about 1/8 of chopped mint into the ice cube cup and fill like a normal ice cube. Use the mint ice cube like a normal ice cube!

How cool is this !!

Herb Ice Cubes
 
 
Instructions
  1. Chop up whatever herb you have well and place 1 tsp into the ice cube tray cup and fill with water till it is about ¾ full
  2. Then place in the freezer. When you need the herb later just allow the ice cube to melt.
  3. I love making mint ice cubes for drinks.
  4. Just place about ⅛ of chopped mint into the ice cube cup and fill like a normal ice cube. Use the mint ice cube like a normal ice cube!
  5. How cool is this !!

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Christy August 3, 2012 at 11:16 pm

I would use a stock of some sort for your herbal ice cubes, instead water.it would add little more flavor :)

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kelly mcgrew February 21, 2014 at 8:13 pm

i make these thanks to you! when i buy fresh herbs i can’t stand to see them get spoiled! i usually do this with basil and cilantro!

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Cyndy April 18, 2014 at 6:05 pm

I always have herbs that don’t get used up, this is great!!

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