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Flowers and Posies Frozen in Time! Fresh Floral Ice Cubes

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    | 1. Cut small, colourful flowers from your garden. Some types you might select are: pansies, violas, wallflowers, lobelia, and miniature roses. For larger flowers, simply use the petals instead of the whole flower. You can also use flowers from fresh herbs. | 2. Fill an ice cube tray half full of water. Place the tray in the freezer until the water freezes. | 3. Remove the tray from the freezer and place one flower or several petals in each of the individual ice cube cups. Top off with enough water to cover the blossoms. | 4. Return the flower-filled ice cube trays to the freezer until the cubes are frozen. | 5. Remove the cubes from the trays and either store in the freezer in zip lock bags or use in beverages straight away. | 6. Some more ideas for these ice cubes: drop them into soups or chilled soups; add to the punch bowl; line a glass salad bowl with them and then serve your salad in the middle; use them to chill wine and champagne in clear coolers -- or just drop them into any cold drink! | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Estimated Nutritional Profile for Ingredients
    Ingredient Name Quantity Unit State Energy (kcal) Carbohydrates Protein (g) Total Lipid (Fat) (g)
    edible cut - - - -
    mineral water - - - -
    ice cube - - - -

    - Means that suitable USDA nutrition profile could not be mapped for this ingredient-unit combination.

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