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Forget spendy flavor-infused waters at the store and make your own at home -- customized with the flavors you enjoy most!MORE+LESS-


cups water (tap, mineral or bottled)

Lemon, sliced orange or lime*

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  • 1

    Pour water into a pitcher (allow room for fruit).

  • 2

    Wash lemon, lime or orange. Do not peel.

  • 3

    Slice in 1/4 inch slices.

  • 4

    Add 4 or 6 slices to water and place pitcher in refrigerator for about two hours.

  • 5

    Remove fruit and enjoy the flavored water as it is, or over ice. If you prefer stronger flavor, let steep in refrigerator longer and/or add more fruit.

Expert Tips

  • Experiment with other fresh fruits and flavors. If you like berries, freeze strawberries, raspberries and blueberries and infuse those in water for two hours. Fresh mint steeped in cold water is a refreshing way to enjoy your H20 intake on a hot day. Experiment with different flavor combinations, too -- like strawberries and lemons or mint and lime. As you do this more, you'll find the flavors, combinations and amounts that are you enjoy most!

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 1 Serving
Calories from Fat
% Daily Value
Total Fat
Saturated Fat
Trans Fat
Total Carbohydrate
Dietary Fiber
Vitamin A
Vitamin C

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.


Choose organic when you can. Wash produce and rinse herbs to remove chemicals, pesticides, and other residues.

Use cold or room temperature filtered water. Hot water makes produce fall apart faster and can compromise the nutrients you&aposre trying to coax out of the ingredients.

It&aposs okay to keep it simple any glass or pitcher you already have will work. If you want to take infused water with you, you might like this purpose-built infusion water bottle so you can sip on the go.

Fruity Infused Water • Fruit Water Recipes

Fruit infused water is great for anyone who gets bored with drinking water. It’s a great alternative to fruit juice or soda. Enjoy!

Summer is here and unlike sodas, water is a true and healthy thirst-quencher. Why not have some fruit infused water!

Say goodbye to soda, juice, and bottled flavored waters and hello to freshly made fruit infused water – otherwise known as “spa water”.

It’s super easy to make your own.

  1. Wash fruits and/or herbs
  2. Slice up the fruit and/or chop up the herbs.
  3. Add to your filtered water.
  4. If you use fresh herbs, first add a sprig of your choice of herbs to the Reusable Cold Tumbler, or Glass Mug or an Ice and Fruit Pitcher if you want to make a large amount press and twist with muddler or handle of wooden spoon to bruise leaves and release flavor. Just a little bit of bruising is fine, you don’t need to go crazy.
  5. Once you add everything into your container, enjoy!

Not only do these waters taste wonderful, they are also so much better for your body than sodas or juices (high sugar drinks!), considering they are fresh and simple without any additives. They also look pretty!

There are also these awesome fruit water bottles for making infused water.

You could use frozen fruits if you’re in a hurry. Just drop them in the water and you’re set.

Here is an extensive list of fruit combos you could use in your water.

The combinations are pretty much endless.

Experiment on your own and have fun with it.

Taste a new flavor every day! And let us know in the comments below if you have any favorite flavors we didn’t mention.

This post was inspired by this book: A Guide to Creating World Class Spa Water. Get it today for more info on creating awesome and beautiful water creations for special occasions.

Add the fruit to a big Glass Mug , jar or Reusable Cold Tumbler.

1. Cucumber Mint (shown in the image above) – one of my favorites. Fresh mint goes well with any fruit, the taste is so refreshing!

7. Apple Strawberry Lemon Mint

9. Grapefruit Lemon Orange Lime – A delicious citrus infusion.

10. Grapefruit Lemon – (Shown in the image below)

Add any of these fresh herbs for a new twist on any flavor: Mint, Lavender, Thyme, Basil, Sage, Rosemary, Tarragon

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This Frozen Margarita recipe made with Tequila, kiwi, strawberry, and mango ice can be hit on any summer party. You can skip the alcohol to make a virgin version of this Copycat Frozen Bahamarita.
Get the recipe: Carvings of a Lunatic

Infusion Water Containers

You could also make the lime water recipe in an infusion water container to take with you to work or the gym.

Tried this recipe? Let me know in the comments and don't forget to rate it!

Easy Fruit Infused Water Combinations

That is a AHhhhhh&hellip LOT of water people. And I&rsquom not nearly close to it. Are you?

So.. I figured. There has to be a tasty way to drink more water throughout the day!

Fruit Infused Water has been on my &ldquomust make&rdquo list for a while. And since I&rsquom trying to drink more water AND it&rsquos January what better time to make it than now!

Lately I have been all about grapefruit so I knew that I needed to make a citrus water using grapefruit, and then raspberries just made sense plus they are pretty to look at.

Not only will these Fruit Infused Waters get you drinking more water throughout the day but you will feel fancy doing it &hellip. because I mean really&hellip don&rsquot they just look WAY better than a normal glass of water!?

Bon Appetite my friends&hellip or should I say Cheers! Happy and Healthy drinking!

4 Refreshing Summer Drinks

There is an abundance of recipes for alcoholic drinks of all kinds, but I wanted to create a series of non-alcoholic drinks that were impressively beautiful, fresh, and delicious.

Drinks that could be enjoyed by kids and adults alike, whether it’s at a special family gathering or a larger party with friends and neighbors.

Each drink here is simple to make, and the components can be made in advance and stored in the fridge.

Each one has its own character to it, and highlights different types of gorgeous summer fruit.

The triple melon sorbet float is fruity and fizzy, the strawberry limeade is perfectly sweet and tart, the homemade raspberry vanilla soda is aromatic and bubbly, and the cantaloupe agua fresca tastes like the most wonderful fresh melon water.

Here are the recipes and videos for each. Hope you enjoy them, and stay cool!

Easy Fruity Pink Lemonade

Here is an easy to prepare recipe for a delicious summer time drink that is easy to make and guaranteed to please a crowd.


  • 1 can (12 Oz. Size) Frozen Pink Lemonade Concentrate
  • ½ cups To 1 Cup Fresh Or Frozen Berries
  • 1 whole Lemon
  • 1 whole Lime


Makes a bit more than half a gallon.

Pour the frozen pink lemonade concentrate into your pitcher. Add water according to the directions on the can. (The brand I used called for 4 1/2 cans of water.) Stir.

Add the fresh or frozen raspberries or blackberries to the pitcher. You could even add more. It really depends on your own taste when it comes to adding the berries!

Chill in the fridge until ready to serve.

Right before serving, slice your lemon and lime into thin slices and add to the pitcher.

Or do like I do and slice your lemon and limes the night before then place one slice of the lemon or lime into each cup of a cupcake pan and pour water over the slices until they are just covered. Freeze overnight.

Then when you’re ready to serve your Fruity Pink Lemonade, pop the frozen citrus slices out of the cupcake pan and add them to the pitcher.

This is a great way to add flavor and to keep your lemonade chilled at the same time.

How to Make a Fruity Chia Seed Drink the Easy Way

It’s actually crazy easy to make your own chia drinks. All you need are a few ingredients and about 15 minutes to have a delicious chia seed drink that rivals even the best from Mamma Chia.


  • 1 cup cold water
  • 3 Tbsp. chia seeds
  • 1 cup juice of your choice (cold)
  • 1 tsp. maple syrup


Add the water and chia seeds to a quart mason jar. Stir well to get all the seeds wet. Let stand for 10-15 minutes or until the chia seeds form a thick gel, stirring every 5 minutes to prevent clumps from forming. Once the seeds are gelled, add the juice and maple syrup and stir well to combine. Serve and enjoy!

This recipe makes (2) 1-cup servings.

You can also keep the chia drink in the refrigerator for a few days if you need to.

Recipe Notes

You can use pretty much any juice for this recipe, but these are the ones I enjoy using:

  • 100% Pomegranate juice from POM Wonderful
  • Pomegranate Cherry juice from POM Wonderful
  • Pomegranate Blueberry juice from POM Wonderful
  • Antioxidant Force juice from Smart Juice
  • Any of the antioxidant juice blends from Aldi

Just be sure to read the ingredient list before you buy your juice. Make sure it contains 100% juice, real ingredients you can pronounce, and no added sweeteners.

You can also use different sweeteners depending on your preferences. I like using these:

Start with 1 teaspoon of sweetener. That’s usually all I need, but if you’d like your chia seed drink to be a little sweeter, you can always add more to suit your tastes.

6 Fruity Drink Recipes To Enjoy This Summer


While it is summer and we love ice creams, just how many scoops can we afford to have day after day? But ice pops and cold desserts are not the only solutions to the scorching heat. In fact, nothing can really beat the satisfaction of downing an entire glass of fruit juice in one breath. Fresh, tasty and healthy, fruity drinks are a good source of energy after a long day at work. By thinking outside the box, you can even turn the "boring" fruit juices into exciting fruity drinks that don't compromise your diet and health. You can also spruce up your drinks with herbs and spices to add your special personal touch.

If you, however, feel that a little culinary nudge will do you good, we are here to help. We have brought you a list of fruity drink recipes that are simple to make, easy on the pocket and so yummy that you'll happily give up your ice creams.

Fruit drinks for summer: Take a look at these refreshing recipes.

Here Are 6 Fruity Drink Recipes To Enjoy This Summer:

1. Mango Kiwi Fuzz

Summers are synonymous with mangoes. And if anything can compete with the rich flavour of mango, it is the freshness of kiwi. On one hand, while mango is a good source of antioxidants, kiwi boosts the immune system. And these two fruits come together to make this cool and tasty drink that is perfect after some time out in the sun. Find the full recipe here.

2. Kokum And Watermelon Gazpacho

Biting into a watermelon and feeling instantly hydrated has to be one of the most refreshing aspects of summers. And you can elevate the simple watermelon juice by adding a bit of the kokum fruit to give you an instant burst of energy. This recipe also uses cucumber and lemon wedges to pack a punch and is best served chilled. Click here for the full recipe.

Fruit drinks for summer: Watermelon is one of the best fruits to cool your body.

3. Cucumber And Kiwi Juice

Want a summer drink that has all the goodness of your favourite salad? Then, this recipe is perfect for you. While we have discussed that kiwi is an excellent source of hydration and immunity-boosting nutrients, cucumber is a vegetable that acts as a great coolant in summers. And what's great is that it works well with fruits. The recipe also uses some Thai ginger to give it a tangy twist. Find the full recipe here.

4. Watermelon Basil Cooler

Watermelon and basil are a match made in heaven and this is exactly what this recipe proves. The fruity drink can be made in less than 15 minutes and is the perfect pick-me-up at the end of a warm day. And talking about benefits, basil can help regulate cholesterol and triglycerides. It also helps to improve blood flow due to the presence of magnesium. Watermelon, on the other hand, is rich in antioxidants and reduces inflammation. Find the full recipe here.

One cannot curate a list of summer drinks without talking about Aam Ras. A household summer staple, the drink is packed with the goodness and flavour of mangoes. By adding just the right amount of spices, mint leaves and lime, you can prevent the overwhelming sweetness from masking the flavours. Click here for the full recipe.

Fruit drinks for summer: Try Aam Ras for a refreshing delight this summer!

6. Watermelon and Strawberry Smoothie

Watermelon, strawberry and chia seeds -- all three ingredients promote hydration and are, therefore, perfect for a quick summer smoothie. The ingredients are paired with low-fat yoghurt and honey to give the drink just the right consistency and flavour. Click here for the full recipe.

Now that you have all these recipes, tell us which fruit drink you will be reaching for first?


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