Use a Muffin Tin to Make Giant Ice Cubes

Use a Muffin Tin to Make Giant Ice Cubes

Sarah Rae Smith
Feb 8, 2013

Spring is on the horizon (I'm being optimistic because I hate snow — just go with it), and there's bound to be a baby or wedding shower in your near future, or possibly a birthday. Or the Oscars! Don't forget about the Oscars! And when that happens, you should be armed with extra large ice cubes. Here's why...

When it comes to making large pitchers of party drink, ice tends to melt in a flash. So instead of worrying about watering down your drinks or having enough ice on hand to chill out the tasty treats, just make larger ice cubes! How? Real Simple recommends using a muffin tin. You can release the cubes easily with a small bit of warm water. Toss in a few fruit pieces and you've got yourself a par-tay!

Read More: Use Bakeware For Large Ice Cube Tray from Real Simple

Related: 5 Ways to Shake Up Boring Ice Cubes

(Image: Levi Brown for Real Simple)

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