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Last Updated on October 31, 2022
I am sucker for a good deal and I often find myself in the clearance section of the grocery store stocking up on staples when I can find them. First, we pretty much only drink water, raw milk/coconut milk, and tea/coffee in our house. If I’m feeling like branching out I will have kombucha but I can not remember the last time we had juice.
So when I saw pomegranate juice on clearance for one dollar, I have no idea why I put it in my cart and took it home. The stuff is crazy sweet out of the jar. I was thinking of maybe using it in a pudding recipe or popsicle but instead wondered what would happen if I froze it into pomegranate ice cubes and used it as a splash of flavor and color in sparkling water or in a lemon drop shot.
A couple of things:
- The ice cubes are very soft – even when you leave them in the freezer for days (these were in 2 days before I took photos).
- They melt crazy quick.
pomegranate ice cubes
- oz One 8 jar of pomegranate juice
- Pour the juice into your ice cubes and freeze over night.
- Place one to two ice cubes in a glass and cover with sparkling water.
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