Create a gorgeous frozen fruit & ice wreath. It can be used multiple ways. Consider using it to keep a fruit punch or sangria bowl cold. Or hang it outdoors for a pop of color to brighten the dreary winter days. As it melts, birds and other creatures can consume it.
How to Use a Frozen Wreath
If you’re making it for the birds, sprinkle in some birdseed. They will love it! If you’re expecting a cold snap, simply hang it outdoors for decoration. For those of you with chickens, you can even make frozen fruit and vegetable scrap ice wreaths for them to peck at.
It entertains them, helps during hot spells as well as provides them a treat. You can make any variation – use what you have, but this grapefruit and strawberry wreath is stunning.
Frozen Fruit & Ice Wreath
- Bundt Pan
Slice your grapefruit.
Then place the slices in the bundt pan. You can arrange this however you’d like.
Next, add your strawberries in-between the grapefruit slices. This gives it a fun pop of color. Slowly pour water into the pan so that it just covers the fruit.
Place in freezer for a few hours or until solid. Remove from freezer and run warm water under the pan. It’ll make the ice pop right out. Add the ribbon or string.
Hang outside for a beautiful display!