6 Refreshing Infused Water Recipes

It’s been really hot outdoors and I know you guys are trying your best to stay hydrated. I recently did a Girls Night Out where we had Infused Water on hand for the guests. I will admit that I have a horrible time drinking water and I’m trying to do better but it’s just so plain and boring. When I did drink the infused water with fruit, it made me happy to sip on it and it taste good! I wanted to share a fruit and herb combination recipe for you to make for your family and if you plan on entertaining. The infused water also makes for such a pretty photo opt too and its quite refreshing! Check out a few combo Infused Water recipes inside, enjoy your day everyone! 


Fresh fruit, herbs and sometimes vegetables make great flavors for water. Any combinations will work and can be tasty though. Citrus, any type of berries, melons, ginger and mint are excellent choices. All these ingredients are very pretty to float in a glass, jar, carafe or pitcher. You can also eat the fruit after awhile if you like. Its best though to drink all the water when you make it throughout the day but it should last you for abut 2 to 4 hours after making. Its a great way to flush toxins too!

Ingredients needed:

Strawberry, Basil and Lemon

5 cups of water

1/2 cup of strawberries

5 basil leaves

1 lemon thinly sliced

Honeydew, Cucumber and Mint

1/2 cup of honeydew cubes

1 cucumber thinly sliced

10 mint leaves

Blackberries, Lemon and Rosemary

1/2 cup pint of blueberries

1 lemon thinly sliced

4 sprigs fresh rosemary

Pineapple, coconut and Lime

1 cup pineapple, chunks (fresh or frozen)

1 cup coconut chunks(fresh or frozen)

1 lime thinly sliced

Watermelon, Kiwi and Lime

1 cup watermelon cubes

1 Kiwi diced

1 lime sliced into circles

Mango, Raspberry and Ginger

1 mango peeled and cubed

1/2 pint raspberries

1 piece of ginger

In a large pitcher, place the desired combination of fruit or herbs. Add ice and fill container with water. Add additional fruit or herbs to garnish, drink and enjoy!


Images shot by Genae Banks Photography

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