4th of July Fruity Ice Drinks

Colorful ice cubes make sparkling water or champagne tons of fun

Photograph by Daniel Montoya


Sparkling water or champagne

Cranberry juice



Square and star ice cube trays (we used these star trays)


1. To make the star-shaped fruit ice, start by filling the trays with fruit. We used raspberries and blueberries. Finish off the trays with regular water, and put in the freezer.

2. To make the cranberry ice cubes, just pour cranberry juice into a regular square ice-cube tray and freeze.

3. Once the cubes are frozen, play with your presentation. Definitely use clear glasses, so that everyone can see your beautiful ice. If you place the cranberry cube in first, then a fruit star, and then sparkling water, you'll get a pretty color gradient going up the glass. Feel free to use champagne instead of sparkling water ... just be sure not to get your drink mixed up with your kid's!

More 4th of July treats

Fruit and granola parfait

Flag toast

Star-shaped pancakes

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