A Natural Summer Beverage: How to Make Fruit-Infused Water
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A Natural Summer Beverage: How to Make Fruit-Infused Water

Posted on Tuesday, May 13th, 2014 at 11:51 am
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fruit infused water bottleSummer is coming quickly and our temperatures are certainly rising! It’s important to stay hydrated in the warmer months, and unfortunately it can be very convenient just to grab a soda or an individual “juice”-like beverage from the fridge. These artificial drinks aren’t good for us and they certainly aren’t what your body needs when it is thirsty. This summer, try some of these refreshing fruit-infused water recipes and you might just curb those artificial drink addictions forever!

Fruit-infused water can be made by the pitcher or per serving. Mix & match your favorite fruits to create a beverage you love. Simply adjust the fruit quantities to satisfy your taste, but always make sure to drink it cold with plenty of ice. It’s much more refreshing when cold!

1. Lemon & Cucumber

2. Watermelon & Lime

3. Strawberry & Mint

4. Ginger & Lemon

5. Honeydew & Cataloupe

6. Apples & cinnamon

7. Blueberry & pomegranate

8. Orange & mango

9. Raspberry & lime

10. Blueberry & strawberry

 

Try some of these fruit-infused pitchers and water bottles to save you time!

fruit infused water

3-qt Fruit Infusion Pitcher – On Sale for $24.97 (reg. $37.12)

 

fruit infused water bottle

Infuser Water Bottle 27 oz – $15.79 (reg $19.99) + FREE Shipping

 

fruit infuser ball

Water Infuser Ball – $6.76

 

What’s your favorite fruit-infused water combination?

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