These Homemade Sugar Cubes make an easy, inexpensive gift. Make them for your friends and family, or make them for yourself! These only require two ingredients: sugar and water!

Homemade Sugar Cubes

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For me, a homemade gift needs to be chill to make. If it’s not, then I’ll just buy something, you know? These homemade sugar cubes couldn’t be simpler because they require two ingredients: sugar AND water (which comes out of the tap).

So really, they only require one and you most likely have sugar in your pantry right this very second.

Homemade Sugar Cubes

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I got this idea when I was walking through Harrod’s last month with and saw the most adorable sugar cubes evrrrr. There were heart sugar cubes and sphere sugar cubes and sugar cubes shaped like snowflakes. I wanted to buy them ALL and almost did until I saw the price tag of 30 pounds. Umm…yeah no.

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Turns out sugar cubes are the simplest thing to make in the world; I’m so glad I decided to DIY this sucker instead of fall for that Harrod’s trap (seriously tho that person is very smart to sell sugar and water for $30—respect!).

The only think you do need to buy is a silicon candy mold. You may have one already, if you don’t, don’t worry because they’re not expensive.

I used this candy mold but you can find others if you like.

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How to Make Homemade Sugar Cubes

  1. Simply, mix together sugar and a bit of water together (exact measurements are below) until it resembles wet sand.
  2. Then, pack the silicon mold very tightly.
  3. Allow the sugar cubes to dry overnight.
  4. And then pop them out of silicon mold.
  5. You’ll end up with super cute sugar cubes!

Homemade Sugar Cubes

Tips and Tricks

  • Adapt according to your molds! My molds were sort of deep and they ended up yielding pretty big sugar cubes (perhaps too much for a cup of coffee or tea) so I ended up just filing them about half way and they were perfect!
  • If you place the silicon mold about a foot or two away from the heat source in your house, then they’ll dry even quicker.

If you end up making these, let me know on Instagram!

Homemade Sugar Cubes

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