Flower Ice Cubes | 花入りアイスキューブ

(日本語のレシピは以下にございます。)

It’s officially spring now, and even if it’s not so spring-like outside (my sympathies to those of you who are buried in snow right now), bring the spring into your kitchen and your glass with these beautiful ice cubes! These don’t take long to make at all, and can be whipped up the night before a party, or on a day when you just need some extra brightness in your life. Today I used marigolds, nasturtiums and sweet william flowers, but you could use any other kind of edible flower! You could also add herbs to the ice cubes, like mint!  I also recommend using flowers that will easily fit into your ice cube tray (unlike what I did), because they’ll look a lot prettier and give a better “blooming” effect when in your glass.

Flower Ice Cubes
Ingredients
❤ distilled water
❤ edible flowers
❤ desired juice or drink
Directions
1. To achieve the clearest water and prevent cloudy ice cubes, I recommend using distilled or purified water, but you could also just use tap water instead. ❤
2. Fill the ice cube tray half way with water, then place the flowers inside. Place in the freezer, and once frozen, fill in the remaining space with water, and freeze again.
3. These are so bright and colourful, so I recommend serving them in a light-coloured drink to allow them to stand out. In this recipe I simply used sparkling water.

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花入りアイスキューブ

材料
❤蒸留水
❤食用花
❤お好みの飲み物
作り方
①氷を透明感にするため、蒸留水を勧めしますが、水道水でも構いません❤
②水を製氷皿に半分流し入れ、花を入れる。冷凍庫に入れ、固める。固まったら、残りの半分に水を流し入れ、もう一度凍る。
③花はとてもカラフルですので、薄い色の飲み物と召し上がるのがオススメです。今回炭酸水を使いしました❤

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