Sangria Ice Cubes
Ice ice baby but make it fruity with wine. I love serving sangria when hosting Shabbat dinner, but I don’t like diluting my cocktail with water ice cubes so this is the perfect fix. Sangria ice cubes keep your cocktail chilled without diluting it as the cubes melt!
1 bottle Pinot Noir
1 cup blueberries
1 cup raspberries
Pour wine into ice cube mold, filling halfway. Add blueberries and raspberries to each mold. Freeze overnight or until mixture is frozen. Serve with your favorite Sangria mixture.
Optional: add chopped mint or basil to each mold.
You can get the ice cube tray I use to make my mimosa ice cubes by clicking on this ice cube tray. This mold also works great for making iced coffee cubes and mimosa ice cubes!