Easy DIY: Fruit Infused Water Recipes

Is becoming healthier a goal for you during 2014? One easy way to start living a healthier lifestyle is by changing your drinking and eating habits. We all know that drinking more water is important, but sometimes that’s easier said than done. Water by itself can start to taste bland and… dare we say it… even get more than a little boring.

One easy way to increase your water intake is by switching from plain ol’ water to fruit infused water!

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Fruit Infused Water Recipes

When it comes to creating your fruit infused water, feel free to get creative and make it your own. You can take just about any fruit, herb or vegetable that you would like and add to your water. If you need a little help getting started, try some of the following suggested flavor profiles.

  • Pineapple, mint, & lemon
  • Watermelon, lime, & basil
  • Berry, orange, and mint
  • Cucumber, grapefruit, and orange

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 Directions

  • Add enough ingredients to fill your container 1/3 to 1/2 full.  (The more ingredients, the stronger the water)
  • Muddle (crush) your ingredients in the bottom of your container with a spoon)
  • Fill your container with water.  (You can also use sparkling water or club soda)
  • Place your container in the fridge for at least 24 hours.

Enjoy!

You can refill your container with water 2-3 more times and repeat the process.

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Fruit Infused Water Video

To see these fruit infused water recipes created in action make sure to watch the video tutorial below.

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About Emily Louise

Emily is a apron-wearing, camera-wielding, mother and pilots wife who has found her niche in discovering a reason to celebrate every day and enjoying the simple things life has to offer.

Comments

  1. Sounds perfect me since I prefer beverages with little to NO sugar. Thank you! -Kathy
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  2. This is a great way to get kids to drink more water. Love the recipes!
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  3. I am a big plain water drinker, but I like the idea as I see in the first photo of freezing stuff in icecubes for a little flavor!
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  4. I drink cucumber, lemon, mint, and ginger all the time! Love these recipes!
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  5. Mmm, I love fruit infused water! It was the only way I could drink enough when I was pregnant. Looking forward to trying some of the ones here!

  6. This looks awesome. I recently started a “thing” with green smoothies and can I please just say….this is no one-night stand! Love me some healthy drink!
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  7. I have been meaning to get some mason jars and make these!
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  8. Yum!!
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  9. These look delicious! I’ve infused water in the past and it just wasn’t my thing. I might be changing my tune with how good these look!
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  10. This looks great….and easy! Thanks for sharing.
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  11. Awesome ideas and recipes! Marvelous! Have a great one!
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  12. I absolutely love these recipes! The combinations are endless. I find it easier to mix it up in a big pitcher and keep in the fridge- that way there is no excuse for my kiddos & the hubby not to drink it. Their favorite is watermelon & mint.
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  13. Yumm! I’m a big raw food lover and these recipes & ideas sound absolutely delicious! Gotta love finding refreshing & zesty new ways to hydrate! :) Thanks!

  14. I’m terrible when it comes to drinking water. These recipes have me thinking about it. One other thing. I don’t know if you realize, but the pictures themselves are just beautiful!! You really are a talented photographer. And food is hard to photograph. Just thought I’d share that with you too. :) Have a great day!
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  15. I love these ideas! I’ve pinned a lot of water recipes, and can’t wait to test out a few this summer! Pinning these too – thanks!
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  16. I love doing this! You feel so much more healthy & clean after drinking water with fruit in it! Especially if you let it sit in the fridge over night…So healthy!
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  17. I love these ideas. I’m supposed to drink more water but I hate the taste. These drinks look palatable and even enjoyable. Thanks for the post.
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  18. Owwww….I want to try them all!!! I love water just plain but would love to add some natural flavor. I would not have thought about freezing the ingredients as ice cubes..thank you!!

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  19. Looks good!
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  20. This looks so refreshing. Thanks for sharing!
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  21. Great recipes! I totally want to try the pineapple combination. With all this snow on the way (again!) it’ll be nice to have a taste of summer :)

    Thanks for this!
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