Edible Flowers and Fruit Ice Cubes

Now that I have a garden I have become resourceful Rosanne. When you have a garden, there are endless possibilities for the use of edible flowers, fruits, and herbs.One of my faves to do with edible flowers is freeze for parties or just add beautiful details to water or teas. Herbs can be frozen to make decorative ice cubes for party drinks. Here's how to make the easiest detail for your next summer garden party or dinner..... 

 Andrea Fenise Memphis Fashion Blogger shares how to make edible flower ice cubes for summer cocktails 

I gathered my edible flowers and herbs from the garden first. Cucumber makes the sweetest and vibrant edible flowers like ever. I picked cucumber flowers and fresh mint from the garden. I also love the calm fragrance of lavender in vodka cocktails so I pulled a few lavender sprigs as well. Next, I used a store bought berry medley of strawberries, raspberries and blueberries to make decorative ice cubes. 

Add the flowers, herbs and fruit to ice cube molds and continue adding water until the mold is filled. Next, place them in the freezer and wait patiently for the ice cubes to freeze. 

 Andrea Fenise Memphis Fashion Blogger shares how to make floral ice cubes 
 Andrea Fenise Memphis Fashion Blogger shares how to make floral ice cubes
 Andrea Fenise Memphis Fashion Blogger shares how to make floral ice cubes
 Andrea Fenise Memphis Fashion Blogger shares how to make floral ice cubes
 Andrea Fenise Memphis Fashion Blogger shares how to make floral ice cubes

Using your beverage of choice, simply place the ice cubes in a glass and pour your beverage and enjoy!!!