Frozen fruit nectar cubes

A Frozen Layered Treat!

Sweet fruit nectar is layered and frozen into giant cubes to bring flavor to seltzer water or even sparkling wine!

Fruit Nectar Cubes

Summer is the perfect time to add a little flair to your drink. This time we brought you a fantastic little treat that is simple, can be made with the kids and perfect for summer! Frozen fruit nectar cubes can bring tons of sweet flavor to plain seltzer water or even a little added fruitiness to sparkling white wine. If you don't have a giant silicone ice cube tray, you could use any silicone tray you have on hand. The silicone tray helps the large cubes pop out of the mold without breaking.

Frozen fruit nectar cubes recipes

Fruit Nectar Cubes

Yields 6 giant cubes

Ingredients:

  • 1 giant silicone ice cube tray
  • 4 cans fruit nectar (there are lots of flavors to choose from — peach, mango, pear, passion fruit, etc.)

Directions:

  1. On a small cookie sheet place your silicone ice cube tray.
  2. Fill each cube one-quarter full.
  3. Freeze that layer, add another layer, freeze and continue until top is reached and cube is completely frozen.
  4. Add to a glass of plain seltzer water or sparkling white wine.

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Frozen chocolate nibblers

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Comments on "Frozen fruit nectar cubes"

Kate August 08, 2012 | 1:12 PM

This is a great idea! And the flavor combinations are really limitless. Can't wait to try some of my own nectar cubes!

Yi-Fan July 31, 2012 | 10:13 AM

What a great idea! I like how all the flavors be in one cube and to enjoy it.

Emma July 25, 2012 | 4:46 PM

This is such a great recipe! I would love to have a cube or two floating in my white wine on a hot summer afternoon! That sounds so fabulous. And they seem really easy!

Ashley July 25, 2012 | 1:15 PM

This would be a great way to spice up your drink but would it be weird to eat these plain? I think these could be like a little mini Popsicle and could be great to just suck on.

Jessa July 25, 2012 | 1:14 PM

What a fun way to cool down this summer! Sounds like a very refreshing drink. I can't wait to experiment with all of the different combinations you could make.

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