You will love these 7 amazing summer kitchen hacks! They’re all SO easy and the perfect refreshment for hot summer days!
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7 Amazing Summer Kitchen Hacks You Need To Know:
These colorful ice cubes by Deborah from The Harvest Kitchen are the perfect way to flavor your water! And they’re incredibly healthy and boost your immune system at the same time. They’re made with unsweetened bottled fruit and vegetable juice as well as freshly squeezed fruits. This is such a great way to add vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to your drinks! And it’s incredibly easy!
#2 Frozen Grapes – The Perfect Summer Snack That Tastes Just Like Candy!
Have you ever tried frozen grapes? If not you should really give them a try! They taste just like frozen candy. It’s INCREDIBLE. I think I even got a slight addiction to them. Haha! They’re so great when you feel like eating something sweet and refreshing on hot summer days!
Sometimes you just need a little splash of fresh lemon juice for a recipe and then the cut-up lemon is sitting in your fridge for days. Well, there’s a solution for that! Bianca from Elephantastic Vegan always keeps lemon slices in her freezer for immediate lemon water. This is such a genius idea! And it keeps all those leftover lemons from going bad!!
Don’t these berry mint ice cubes by Kelly from Tasting Page look gorgeous? You can basically use any fruits you like and just freeze them in an ice cube tray. You could even include some lime juice. Just add them to your glass of water. This will definitely cool you down on hot summer days!
Or you could make a big pitcher of rainbow infused water. This recipe by Natasha from Salt and Lavender uses mint, sliced lemons, sliced oranges, blueberries, sliced strawberries, and cucumber!
I know so many people love their coffee. But coffee on super hot summer days?! Well what about mint chocolate iced coffee with chocolate cream ice cubes? Sounds delicious, right? To make this recipe vegan, just use vegan cream instead. Or maybe you could even use coconut cream. Either way, this coffee looks so refreshing!
Did you know that you can make lemon ice cubes with whole lemons? They will add so much flavor to your water. Or could even use them in sauces, soups, smoothies, or any other recipes that call for lemon juice. This genius recipe is again by Deborah from the The Harvest Kitchen. I think she’s like the ice cube recipe queen, isn’t she? Haha! So many great ideas!
I hope you like these easy summer kitchen hacks as much as I do!
Have a great week, everyone!
Sina – xx