10 Fruity Infused Water Recipes

on July 9, 2015

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Dazed and Infused

Rather than dragging through your day on high fructose corn syrup and caffeine, try freshening up your everyday sips with revitalizing herbs, vitamins, and minerals. Fruit (or veggie) infused water makes a great summer substitute for sugary sodas and juices, and a few simple additions make regular water taste incredible! These recipes will keep you pumped and hydrated for the long haul.

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Lemon Raspberry Water

Ditch sugary lemonade for a lighter, low-cal option. This lemon-raspberry refresher packs in antioxidants and tons of vitamin C. Lemon water is also known to have unbelievable benefits. It aids in digestion, clears out toxins, reduces inflammation, and can even help you lose weight, to name a few. Get this zesty recipe here.

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Mint Cucumber Water

This herbal water recipe is insanely cooling and refreshing. The strong flavors of cucumber and mint will make you forget that you're simply drinking water. Cucumber not only has tons of vitamins and works to hydrate the body but also acts as a natural caffeine boost due to its B vitamins. As a bonus, mint helps to regulate digestion and can settle an upset stomach. Get the recipe here.


Citrus Ginger Water

This infused fruit water is quite the zinger with tangy lemons, sweet oranges, and spicy ginger. With lots of vitamin C to help out that immune system, this drink acts as a cold-preventative by warding off unwanted bacteria and viruses. Lemon and ginger work as a perfect team to combat nausea and aid in digestion, and oranges can help regulate healthy blood circulation. Get the recipe here.

Manuela Williams

Strawberry Basil Lime Water

With strawberry season at its peak, this twisty sip is a no-brainer when it comes to summer refreshers. Strawberry lime makes an unbeatable combination of sweet and sour, and basil kicks it up a notch with herb-infused tanginess. Ripe strawberries are chock full of antioxidants and lime is known for its anti-aging restorative properties that help enhance hair, skin, and nails. Get the recipe here.

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Orange Kiwi Water

This flavorful, healthy beverage is colorful and sweet with its tangy oranges and super sweet kiwi. Both good and good for you, this drink's fruits help boost your immune system. In addition, kiwis have both vitamin C and E, which promote healing and fight stress. Get the recipe here.

Julie Blanner

Sparkling Grapefruit Water

Ah, yes...a delightful citrusy swig that is bubbly and slightly bitter with an underlying sweetness. This grapefruit refresher will wake up your sleepy brain with its sprightly, tangy flavor. What's more, grapefruit is known to have the insoluble fiber pectin, which can lower cholesterol, and is rich in vitamin A and C, according to this article. Get this recipe here.


Rhubarb Apple Cinnamon Water

This unique fruit-infused beverage is a must-try. Who doesn't like apple cinnamon flavor? Rhubarb stalks are not only sweet and tart, but they also provide vitamin K, which promotes bone health. Rhubarb helps with blood clotting and is rich in vitamin A, which is good for enhancing your eyesight. Cinnamon boosts the metabolism, and you know what they say about an apple a day! Get the recipe here.

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Cantaloupe Infused Water

Super sweet cantaloupe's soft, juicy texture makes it an ideal fruit for making infused water. It's low cal, with tons of vitamin A and potassium, and has cancer-fighting properties. Learn more about the fruit in this article, and add it to your go-to hydration routine with this recipe here.

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Lavender Blueberry Water

What could be more relaxing than lavender? People bathe in the stuff. To reduce stress and stock up on antioxidants, this beautiful flavored water is the ideal beverage. Also, blueberries have a higher water content, can help reverse signs of aging, and will make your skin glow. Get the spa-inspired recipe here.

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Watermelon Grapefruit Water

Watermelon is full of, well...water, so staying hydrated is easy as long as you have this melon around. Sweet, pureed watermelon and tangy grapefruit make this drink a delicious summer treat with no sugar added! Bonus: consuming watermelon is reported to aid in cardiovascular health, weight loss, and reducing inflammation (see this article for more juicy watermelon facts). Get the recipe here.