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With creamsicles filling our bellies and the start of a weekend (hello, beautiful), let’s savor a drink together. Nothing fancy or complicated, of course, rather a simple sparkling orange chiller. For a change, let’s not chat too much today. Let’s sip away on our homemade chillers, sit back and savor the weekend.
This simple, sparkling orange chiller can be made with any juice that suites your fancy – cranberry, pomegranate, berry kombucha, even spinach if that floats your drink. Simply pour the desired juice (orange is my fancy) in an ice cube tray and chill. I use my stainless-steel ice cube tray from MightyNest to get the job done. There’s no fuss with this baby, just pour, chill, and release the lever hours later for instant juice cubes waiting to take a dip in their sparkling destination.
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Sparkling Orange Chillers
This simple, sparkling orange chiller can be made with any juice that suites your fancy – cranberry, pomegranate, berry kombucha, even spinach if that floats your drink. Simply pour the desired juice (orange is my fancy) in an ice cube tray and chill.
- 6 oz juice orange, pomegranate, cranberry, pineapple, or berry kombucha
- 6 oz sparkling water
- 2 cubes ice optional
Pour the juice in the ice cube tray. Chill for at least four hours.
Fill a glass with sparkling water and if desired a couple cubes of plain ice. Remove 3-4 juice ice cubes from the tray and place in the sparkling water.
I raise my glass to you, friend. Savor the weekend!
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