Rose Petal Ice Cubes

Rose Petal Ice Cubes Recipe

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My spray rosebush is flowering now! Time to make a batch of rose petal ice cubes. *Warning*!-make sure to use unsprayed rose petals from a trusted source. Florist shop roses are not suitable for culinary purposes. From Beautiful addition to a glass of water, iced tea, gin & tonic, etc.

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12 or more ice cubes
10 Min


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filtered water (enough to fill up an ice cube tray)
fresh rose petals, culinary grade
ice cube tray(s)

How to Make Rose Petal Ice Cubes


  • 1Pour enough water into an ice tray to fill it *one-third* (1/3) of the way. Freeze.
  • 2Place rose petals or whole intact roses + stem (if using spray roses) on top of the ice. Add enough water to fill the tray two-thirds (2/3) of the way and freeze again.
  • 3Special mote from the website regarding tap water vs. filtered or distilled: "When you use tap water to make the ice, you may end up with tiny air bubbles. If you crave perfect crystal-clear cubes, use distilled water or boil and cool tap water before freezing."

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About Rose Petal Ice Cubes

Course/Dish: Other Drinks
Main Ingredient: Non-Edible or Other
Regional Style: Mediterranean

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