Today, we’re touching on the concept of cubed.

Don’t worry, this post has nothing to do with math. In fact, it couldn’t be farther from the subject. Instead, I’m going to be outlining two very simple, and I mean very simple, recipes that all have the same end result: an ice cube. It can’t get much easier than that, right?

The first one that I’ll be showing is quite arguably my favorite simply because it’s coffee. How many times have you tried to make your own iced coffee? Okay, now how many times has that iced coffee turned into a watered down, lukewarm cup of brown blah? Well, now you’re in luck! All you need to do is brew a regular pot of your favorite blend, pour into an ice tray, freeze overnight, drop them into a tall glass, and then fill with your choice of milk. I also like to drizzle honey over it. It adds just the right amount of sweetness and melts into a perfectly creamy concoction that continues to get better sip after sip.

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The last recipe entails a colorful mixture of raspberries, blueberries, peaches, and strawberries. Similar to the coffee one, all you need to do is fill the tray up with your choice of chopped fruit and water, freeze overnight, and then place into a glass of ice cold H2O. It makes the the whole “eight ounces of water per day” rule so much more enjoyable.

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Fruit Cubes

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