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Sweet Idea: Freeze edible flower petals and mint leaves for colorful ice cubes. Tip: Boil the water before you add the flowers, so the ice is clear once it freezes

Campari Citrus Sorbet Large (by Zested for Mowielicious). Oh the lovely things.

Scoops of sorbet that look like citrus fruit. the cinderella project: because every girl deserves a happily ever after: Sorbet-Land

Composed Beet, Fennel, and Orange Salad - This is incredibly beautiful. Must make soon!

Too pretty to eat! Fennel, orange and beet salad with a grapefruit, pomegranate and champagne sorbet // citrus and fennel go so well!

Pistachio & rose water ice cream.

Ice Cream or Bastani with pistachio’s and rose water

pistachio + rosewater ice cream (ice cream maker not required) / Persian Cuisine from Javane's Kitchen

Flower Cubes  To suspend flowers in the cubes, work in layers: Fill an ice tray (one that makes large cubes so the ice will last longer) a quarter of the way with water, add flowers facing down, and freeze. Add more water to fill halfway, and freeze. Fill to the top, and freeze again.

Wild Flower Ice Cubes via Cup of Jo. Would be a pretty idea for a tea party, using edible flowers

Make these flavored ice cubes and serve them in drinks, and you'll have your guests saying "wow."

14 Fabulous Flavored Ice Cube Ideas

flavoured ice cubes at Martha Stewart: cucumber-basil, orange-lime, raspberry-lemonade (I want to try watermelon-mint)

floral ice cubes.

Dahlias, ranunculus, pieris and other fall flowers. Super easy tutorial broken down step by step with a fall floral guide.