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The Pie Hole: Cool Fruit.

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A mini-heatwave is looming and just when we were getting used our comfy summer sweaters, weather has chosen to remind us that it is indeed the first day of summer.

Needless to say, thanks to this recipe from Pip & Ebby, we are prepared for the upcoming hell on earth. It’s easy, too simple to be true and healthy!

Fruit Cubes.↓

Photo Courtesy of Pip Ebby.

Start by squishing blackberries, strawberries, raspberries and blueberries into the squares of an ice cube tray. Then fill in the gaps with water and stuck the tray in the freezer.

Courtesy of Pip & Ebby.

It works great with any type of fruit. Oranges, pears, pineapple, apples, lemons. Plop them in a refreshing glass of water or any other beverage. And when you’re done, enjoy the fruit afterwards!

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