{diy} Sugar Cubes

diy sugar cubes

Do you want to dazzle your guests when serving coffee or iced tea? These diy sugar cubes are sure to do just that!

I’ve been thinking about making sugar cubes for a while now and just love it when a project like this turns out so perfectly! It’s surprisingly easy to make these sugar cubes, so let’s get right to it…

Here’s What You’ll Need

granulated white and brown sugar

water that has been boiled and cooled

bowl for mixing

teaspoon

candy molds

diy sugar cubes

Start with approximately 1 cup of sugar and slowly add water, no more than a teaspoon at a time, stirring to mix. Do this until sugar is a paste-like consistency. Make sure your water has cooled completely, otherwise the sugar will melt.

Fill candy molds with the sugar-water paste, pressing down gently with your fingers to pack it in.

Allow to sit over night to dry.

Carefully remove from molds.

Enjoy!

I particularly like the brown and white sugar cubes that are shaped like shells. They will be great to serve with iced tea by the pool this Summer.

 

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Comments

  1. what a cute , great and easy idea

  2. Now this is an awesome idea! Its perfect for the tea party I’m planning.

  3. FUN idea!! Gotta try it!

  4. This is such a cool idea, I love the seashells!

  5. Oooh – do the brown sugar ones taste like those maple candies?

  6. what a great idea, I will be trying this for sure!!

  7. Always looking for something unique – like plastic spiders in the ice cube tray (Halloween). Love this for entertaining especially the star – might boost someone’s morale to know they are stellar. TY .

    eva urban

  8. Becky Jordan-Tracey says:

    So cute! Coloring and flavoring the sugar would even make them great little gifts!

  9. I love these and I will definitely be making them!! Thanks for sharing!
    ~Erin

  10. That is such a neat idea…. and you could make them to fit the theme of whatever type of gathering you are having

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