How To Make ICE BALLS!

HouseholdHackerPublished: July 4, 2017Updated: July 21, 20172,591 viewsVirality: 7%
Published: July 4, 2017Updated: July 21, 2017

Make your own ICE BALLS with common household items! No special mold needed as we figured out the perfect DIY way to make them right now!

Who says that ice has to come in cubes? Whether you're looking for a way to keep your favorite alcoholic beverage cool without diluting it or simply trying to keep your soda colder, longer, ice balls are the way to go. Luckily, there's an easy way to make ice balls on almost any budget!

Buy a package of water balloons. This method is cheap, quick, and easy — perfect if you don't want to spend money on specialty molds for making ice balls. All you'll need is a few round water balloons (and, of course, water and a freezer.) Remember that, if you're using your ice balls to cool your drinks, they'll need to be able to fit inside your glasses. Thus, when it comes to water balloons, generally, the smaller, the better! Fill your balloons with enough water to make small spheres. If you want color ice balls add two drops of food coloring when you do this. Grab a balloon, open the neck, and slide it over your faucet. Turn the water on at a low level so that it gradually fills the balloon. You want enough water so that you have a small globe that you can easily handle with one hand — this is probably a lot less than you'd use if you were going to have a water balloon fight. Once again, you'll want to make sure that your ice balls are small enough to fit in whichever glass you plan to use. A good way to check this is to put your glass around the balloon as it fills. Keep in mind that water expands when it freezes, so you want to leave a little extra room on each side!

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