Cute ice cubes {and a clean microwave and garburator!}

Hey guys! I am still working on going through the pictures of my friend’s baby shower, but I wanted to do a quick posting on this cute ice cube idea that I found on Pinterest.


Slice up some lemons and place them in a clean cupcake tin.  Add some water and pop them in the freezer.

Now, move on to those left over lemon ends! {and I used 2 more as well}.  Find a microwave safe bowl, squeeze out the lemon juice and add about a cup of water.  I threw the lemon rinds in there as well.  Place in your microwave on high for 5-10 minutes. Once it is done, all it takes is a quick swipe of your microwave to remove all of that baked on grime.

Now dump the lemon rinds and juice into your garburator, run some hot water and turn it on.  You are left with a clean microwave, a clean garburator, a lemon smelling kitchen, and {eventually} some cute ice cubes!

For those of you that are wondering, they came out of the tin really easily.
Have a great week!  Hope to see you tomorrow for another Creative Spark!

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  1. says

    Hi! Stopping by from The Shabby nest! What a great idea! Ive seen the lemons floating around pinterest too.. but to use the left overs is genuis. Thanks for the ideas! Also, I would love for you to share this at my friday link party. Its new so I would love to have you link up :)

  2. says

    Visiting from COM’s linky party – your tag grabbed me! ;) I was trying to figure out what ice cubes had to do with clean – Super cute post and great ideas!! ;) Thanks for sharing!!

  3. says

    What an great way to use every bit of lemon. I like the clean , lemon smelling kitchen part best. We’re hosting a “linky” party for basic housekeeping tips over at mothersarehome.blogspot.com Would you care to post a tip or idea for us?

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