Introduction: Gummy Worm Ice Cubes
Perfect for making Halloween cocktails and mocktails! And everyone needs to find ways to fit more candy into their diet this time of year. :D
And gummy worm ice cubes couldn't be more simple! Now everyone can have fancy drinks for the party.
Step 1: What You'll Need:
- ice cube trays
- gummy worms (just the reg ones, not the sour ones!)
If you'd like clear ice cubes, you'll need to use filtered water and boil it first.
Step 2: Insert Gummy Worms, Fill With Water
I positioned my gummy worms so they'd hang out the top of the ice cubes.
If you use a measuring cup to pour in the water you won't disturb the worms as much. :D
I also tried some with Sprite! They came out a bit odd, like bubbly slushies. Fun to eat but not as useful as ice cubes. :P
Step 3: Freeze!
Time to let the gummy worms get to know the food in your freezer.
They'll probably need at least 3 hours.
Step 4: Enjoy!
These ice cubes make everything taste like candy. The blue raspberry lemonade Kool-aid was the best. It was like drinking a melted snow cone. Coke and Sprite were quite tasty too. :D
Plus, the gummy worms get super chewy, so they're really good to eat after the ice cubes melt!
Sugar comas for everyone!!
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