You’ve seen coffee ice cubes, chai ice cubes, and melon ice cubes, but what about watermelon ice cubes? These one-ingredient ice cubes couldn’t be easier to make and look so refreshing.
Put a couple in your cold seltzer water this summer and get a sweet treat as they slowly melt.
Keeping hydrated is something you want to stay on top of come summertime. That’s why fruit-flavored waters have been such a game-changer. A few minutes of chopping and you’ll have water that’s beautiful to look at and flavorful enough to tempt you to drink more and more.
If you dig that hack, you’re going to love watermelon ice cubes. These frozen chunks of fruit are the perfect way to perk up your drink and cool it down at the same time. They’ll turn plain old sparkling water into a pretty summer cooler. Try ’em in a summer cocktail (or two).
- 1 small watermelon, cubed
- 1/2 c. packed mint leaves, plus more for garnish
- 1 tbsp. granulated sugar
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