How To Make Celery And Mint Ice Cubes for Vodka And Tonic

Recipe and image courtesy of Love The Crunch.

We love making ice cubes with fruit in for our drinks to keep them ice cold but have you thought of making vegetable ice cubes for your gin and tonics?

Celery & Mint Ice Cubes for your Vodka & Tonic anyone?

Only 2 ingredients needed! How cool!!

Jazz up boring ice cubs by introducing celery and mint, which bring a great freshness to a glass of vodka and tonic or your spritzer of choice.

How To Make Celery & Mint Ice Cubes for Vodka & Tonic:

Makes: 12 cubes

Preparation time: 10 minutes plus 3-4 hours freezing time

You’ll Need:

  • 1 celery stick, sliced thinly
  • Leaves from a small bunch of mint

What To Do:

  1. Divide the celery and mint between a 12 hole ice cube tray.
  2. Cover with water and freeze until solid.

Tip: When frozen, transfer the ice cubes to a freezer bag. Seal, label and freeze for up to 6 months, this way you can keep topping up your supply.

Recipe and image Love The Crunch

What do you think of this Celery & Mint Ice Cubes for Vodka & Tonic recipe? Fancy making some for your cocktail parties?

Perfect idea for Summer drinks in the garden or any kind of parties.

Share your thoughts in the comment below.

You may also like some of these cocktail recipes ideas to serve your Celery & Mint Ice Cubes in too.

How about a Spice Island Rum Punch? Whisk yourself away to a Caribbean island with a taste of this fabulous cocktail.

Or maybe How To Make A Watermelon And Lime Blast. This cool cocktail will bring a blast of flavour to your taste buds!

A tasty combination of watermelon, lime, sugar, vodka, blueberries and watermelon slices and mint springs to garnish. Whats not to love? Perfect for Sipping on hot Summer evenings.

Also if you are looking for an alcohol-free drink I have this tasty one I made up for my kids and thry loved it; Children Spring Cocktails.

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2 Comments

  1. Lauretta C Wright
    18th February 2017 / 5:38 pm

    Did someone say vodka? Ooooh yes please – this will be my Saturday night treat – thanks for the inspiration!

  2. Margarett Murphy
    24th February 2017 / 6:15 pm

    These look lik fun. Perfect for the weekend tipple.

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