17 August 2009

Flavored Water


Happy New Week Everyone! I hope you all had a restful Saturday & Sunday. This week on blah to Tada, we're giving everyday drinking water a little pick-me-up.

Nothing wrong with water, especially a glass with lots of ice cubes!

Why not add some oomph to the ice cubes?
Just add some mint leaves & orange slivers to the water
before freezing.


You'll have lovely-looking ice cubes, I promise.

These frosty cubes will subtly flavor your water as it melts.
Tada!
don't you think?

35 comments:

  1. oooooo--what a fantastic idea!

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  2. LOVE your site! You should have it so people can follow cause I totally would!

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  3. Thanks for visiting Denise & Stephanie! Stay cool ;-)

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  4. Thats SUCH a good idea! Very cool for a party!! Love this idea

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  5. Hi Erica! Yes, it's so easy to make =)

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  6. wooooo..... you got such an awesome blog~~~ So glad to find it! I'll going to learn so much from you!

    pd. thanks for visiting my blog~ :)

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  7. You're welcome balancejoyanddelicias! Thanks for your visit =)

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  8. Hey, thanks for dropping by - I like your blog - it is very cute! xxx

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  9. What a great idea! A good way to get kids to drink more water too I bet!

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  10. Thanks for taking a peek at my blog The Curious Cat & Maggi =)

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  11. GREAT idea! Definitely going to try this one :)

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  12. Fabulous idea. This would look gorgeous in a summer drink.

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  13. Hello Anna & Miss Heavenly Housewife! Thanks for visiting =) Cheers!

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  14. Oh my goodness what a lovely idea! since it's too hot right now for hot tea, and i don't like iced tea, i can still get fantastic tea flavor and still stay super-hydrated! I also like to put cherries with the stems still on them in ice cubes-then you don't need ice tongs! :)

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  15. What a lovely idea! For those of us who don't like iced tea, this is a great way to still get some refreshing tea leaves and stay hydrated! I also like to put cherries with stems in my cubes, it works two ways: nice nibble later, and you don't need ice tongs!! :)

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  16. Hi there Jess! Thanks for dropping by! Adding cherries is a brilliant idea...thanks for sharing =)

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  17. I love your blog. Thanks for visiting! Your ideas are great--TFS

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  18. Hi Claire,

    you have cool ideas. I love the lemon and mint ice blocks. I have made this with strawberries but lemon and mint would go perfectly in home made lemonade.

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  19. Hi there Liss -- I think strawberries in ice cubes will look pretty & taste yummy, too! Thanks for visiting =)

    Thanks Siouxsie!

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  20. Great idea! Someone was just telling me they freeze grapefruit wedges to stick in drinks

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  21. Wonderful Idea! I will have to try this for sure and I love the suggestion of adding cherries to! Thanks for visiting!

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  22. That's a good idea Amy -- different kinds of fruit juice will work as well, too.

    Hi Ashlea! Thank you both for visiting!

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  23. wow this is brilliant!! im gonna have to try it!! thanks so much, i came across your blog today and i am so happy that i did! im subscribing!! this is such a cool blog.

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  24. Thanks for visiting Nadia -- I'm really happy you like my blog =)

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  25. this is amazing! oh so much fun!!! too bad summer is almost ending :( nooo:(

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  26. Hi Filipa...I know, I don't want summer to end yet!

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  27. Those are really cute ice cubes !
    Will try this summer !
    Oh, and I like all your food related blah to tada posts ! A lot of fun ;)

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  28. Thanks a lot Vanille! Glad you like the blah to TADA! food transformations. I'll think up of more =)

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