Say whaaaaaat? That’s what I said when I first saw a YouTube video of a balloon ice ball. But then I said, why stop there. Never pass up an opportunity to get creative with food dye, so let’s shake things up a bit. Ok dad’s follow me here. Stretch a toy into a balloon, add a couple drops of food dye and fill it up with water. Put in freezer overnight and viola…dinosaur ice egg. Peel them and smash them or add it to your iced tea to beat the heat.
Published by John Schmitz
Happily married to an absolute dream come true woman, Ami. Who has blessed me with two absolute dream come true children, Orion and Cassi. Now my goal everyday is to do life with my children. Whether I go shopping or in the kitchen cooking, my children will be right there with me. Talking through my actions, involving them in decision making and understanding options available. Pitching tents, trails to hike and adventures to come, they will be my side.
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Dinosaur ice eggs are great in the cooler enroute to a picnic too.