Culinary Corner: Kick Off Summer with Our Refreshing New Recipe for Fruited Lemonade Ice Cubes

Culinary Corner: Kick Off Summer with Our Refreshing New Recipe for Fruited Lemonade Ice Cubes

It’s finally summer and we could not be more excited! I don’t know about you, but there is nothing I like better than sitting out in the sunshine, sipping on an ice cold drink. The Culinary Team here at Dunkin’ is helping us do just that by creating a delicious new recipe to help kick off the summer season right: Fruited Lemonade Ice Cubes!



All you have to do is mix your favorite assortment of fruit with lemonade in an ice tray and freeze. Add them to our Iced Tea for a refreshing summertime drink perfect for soaking up the sun or barbequing in the backyard.  


We recommend combining watermelon, honeydew and mint, or try blackberries, blueberries and raspberries. The ice cubes taste great in both our sweetened and unsweetened Iced Tea or with any of our Iced Tea flavors. This is also a fun recipe to have in your back pocket the next time you have a friends or family gathering. Enjoy!




Fruited Lemonade Ice Cubes


  • 2 Large DD Iced Teas (Sweetened or Unsweetened)
  • 1 Bottle of your favorite  lemonade
  • Fruit (We used small diced watermelon and honeydew as well as berries)
  • Fresh Mint


1. In an ice cube tray place lemonade, your choice of fruit (diced small) and mint leaves (as desired). Our recommended fruit combinations include:

  • Watermelon + Honeydew + Mint
  • Blackberries + Blueberries + Raspberries
  • Mango + Pineapple
  • Strawberry + Kiwi
  • Peach + Mango

2. Place the tray in the freezer and let it sit overnight or until it’s completely solid.

3. Place the ice cubes in a glass, pour DD Iced Tea over them and serve!



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