12 Fruit And Herb Infused Water Flavor Ideas

So we have collected a list of 12 amazing and healthy, fruit infused detox water recipes for you, to help you enjoy drinking flavor packed water without any sugary extras or reaching for an unhealthy soda.

Anyone who is interested in health and physical fitness knows how essential it is to drink water and remain hydrated throughout the day. Appropriate hydration aids in weight-loss help food digestion help keep your body running right and keeps you feeling full, to stop you doing any unneeded and unhealthy undesirable snacking.

While all of us understand how essential it is, a lot of people find it hard to hit their daily water intake goals and basically, find drinking glass after glass of water a little annoying.

There is something here for everyone to enjoy. With detox water recipes with fruits and berries, like lemons and strawberries. Detox water recipes with herbs, like cilantro and mint as well as other unique ingredients to target specific goals such as trying to relieve stress, boosting your metabolism or losing fat.

I can’t believe I’ve already lived off a full year drinking just Lemon & Mint Water. Well, I don’t drink that every day exactly, only when we have leftover lemons and mint sprigs from other recipes. It’s the only flavor of water infusion that we ever tried.

A year ago, we told ourself that we’d like to do a series of naturally-flavored water or infused water here in my kitchen. And we forgot all about it with all the yummy things that float in our mind every day.

Good thing I got those leftover blueberries.

Flavored waters, infused waters,  or spa water, or aguas frescas is one of the things you could do to add jazz to your water. This is also the best thing to replace the sodas and juices in your life because drinking this delicious mixer can only do your body good.

Will experiment with other flavor combinations and varieties and I will keep you posted on what’s good.

To fully fuse the flavors, combine the ingredients in a pitcher and let them sit for up to a day before drinking.

We made strawberry instilled water (detox water) all last summertime. Now that our basil is growing again, we’ve resumed our flavored water tradition. We are also delighted to share with you a brand-new favorite that I’ve discovered; watermelon and basil. Adding basil to water gives it an incredible freshness and the fruit adds just the right amount of sweet tang. Serve these up at your next party instead of dull water bottles.

Sometimes I end up drinking so much water, which I actually begin to get a little exhausted of it. We enjoy sparkling flavored waters in this house, so I started experimenting with my fruit instilled waters. I love these because they don’t consist of any odd ingredients such as any added sugar or food dyes, which makes it a much better alternative to sodas or sports drinks.

Making your very own fruit-infused waters doesn’t actually require a particular recipe. We can make it in small or bigger batches, and you can include as much or as little fruit as you would like depending on just how much flavor and sweet taste you desire in your water. I am providing you a few of my favorite flavor combos so far including, watermelon mint, raspberry lemon,  mango pineapple (think tropical), and citrus cucumber. Blueberries just got themselves a new partner — mandarin and oranges.

We actually encourage you to use your creativity here! You can literally use any fruit except banana because that would be kind of weird. Try out with your favorite fruits until you discover the best flavors for you and remain gorgeous and hydrated all summertime long without all the sugar and dyes!

Try out several of your favorite recipes and leave us a comment with what you think! Enjoy!

Add desired fruits to a pitcher and then fill with water. Allow fruit to soak for 2-8 hours in the fridge and then enjoy! You can add as much or as little fruit as you’d prefer. Add more fruit for more flavor and sweetness for your waters. You can also squeeze in the juice of one mandarin orange and muddle the blueberries to intensify flavor a bit. Serve cold.

Author: Hemingway