Sorbet Cubes

Make instant cocktails by infusing your drinks with mega flavor from these easy and delicious sorbet cubes.  

 

These cocktails have sorbet ice cubes, as seen on Food Network's The Kitchen.

Photo by: David Katz

David Katz

Episode: Summer Sides

How To:

  1. Microwave 1/2 pint sorbet in a microwave-safe bowl for 40 to 60 seconds to melt. (1/2 pint will make about 12 ice cubes).
  2. Add fruit to the ice cube molds.
  3. Pour the melted sorbet over the fruit.
  4. Add more fruit on top.
  5. Freeze until solid (approximately 4 hours).
  6. Tip: Use silicon ice molds for easy removal!

For unique drink flavors, try these combos:

  • Instant White Sangria: To white wine, add a cube made from mango sorbet with orange slices, pomegranate seeds and sliced kiwi. Let it melt in the wine.
  • Instant Mojito: To rum and soda, add a cube made from lime (or lemon) sorbet with lime slices, fresh mint and lemon and lime zest.
  • Mermaid Prosecco: To a glass of prosecco, add a cube made from blue raspberry sorbet (or Italian ice) with raspberries and blueberries.

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