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The Best Ice Cube Recipes Ever

We are always looking for ways to drink more water; have a bottle with you at all times, track your progress, try infused water, and the list goes on. However, this has got to be the granddaddy of them all- use flavored ice cubes! Flavored ice cubes not only add some zip to your ordinary water but, they make it look darn pretty.

Fruits, vegetables, and herbs added to your ice cubes, and subsequently, your water will enhance the vitamin and mineral content further adding to the health benefits.

Flavored ice cubes should be made with distilled water to assure the highest quality outcome. Distilled water lacks minerals that when exposed to extreme temperatures may separate from the liquid. Also, the composition of distilled water allows it to draw out the flavors of any added ingredients.

watermelon coconut ice cubes
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Watermelon Coconut

This fruit ice cube recipe is a real treat. You get the sweetness of the watermelon while having all of the extra vitamins, minerals and hydration benefits. Fruit-flavored ice cubes are a great way to make your hydration more exciting without sacrificing a healthy lifestyle. While this particular fruit-flavored ice cube has more of a summer vibe, it can always be used to liven up your water.

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Lemon Ice Cubes

This fruit ice cube recipe gives you a great tasting addition to your water with plenty of added health benefits. Lemons are filled with vitamins, minerals and immune-boosting properties. The critic acid has plenty of Vitamin C, which gives your immune system a quick and natural boost.

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blueberry and blackberry ice cubes
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Blueberry and Blackberry Ice Cubes

If you’re looking for a sweeter combination in your fruit-flavored ice cubes, this recipe is more your style. Blueberries and blackberries are filled with plenty of anti-oxidants, which are good for your heart health.

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orange ice cubes
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