Here’s a fun party drink that LEGO® loving kids will enjoy – LEGO® Ice Coolers! We made these special drinks for the kids to have at a cookout last weekend, and they were a big hit.
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The thing that makes this treat extra special is flavored LEGO® ice cubes made with minifigure and LEGO brick silicone molds. As they melt they make the drink taste yummy!
We used Kool-Aid in three different flavors. Normally, I avoid artificial colors in foods, but we made an exception for this. It’s fun to have a treat once in a while! If you want to make the ice cubes with different colors of fruit juice, that would also work well.
I mixed up the Kool-Aid using slightly less sugar but then 1.75 quarts instead of 2 quarts of water to make the flavor a little stronger.
I had to make three rounds of ice cubes to have enough ice for our party guests, but it was worth it. I just emptied the ice trays into a plastic container when they were frozen, stuck them back in the freezer, and poured more Kool Aid into the molds. (Then I made popsicles with some of the leftover Kool Aid, which turned out yummy as well.)
We put some ice cubes in each cup, and then a mix of Sprite and blue Powerade. (I never said this was a health drink!)
Some kids wanted just Sprite, and that was fine too. You can see the LEGO ®cubes better that way.
So, does it taste good? Let’s see…
Yes! He likes it!
Need the LEGO® molds? You can find them here: LEGO Silicone Molds
Be sure to stop by the rest of the LEGO week posts!
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