If you’ve read any of our posts on freezing tips, you know I love to freeze herbs, wine and even tomato paste in ice-cube trays.
Today’s topic? Ice cube trays and nontraditional ways to use them. You can get a pair of ice-cube trays from any store, the Dollar tree sells them for $1.00, or even find them at thrift stores.
Once I start thinking about an idea, I can drive myself (and my husband) crazy! I think it would be fun to serve healthy snacks like fruits, mini pretzels, Goldfish crackers, etc., and maybe a small compartment of a special treat like M&M’s to kids while watching a movie or for taking outside at snack time…just something different.
If you have any clever ideas for other ice-cube tray uses, we’d love to share them!