She Uncovered boasts six different refreshing recipes, and my favorite is this raspberry- and mint-infused water. Pick your favorite of the bunch (or try them all!).
This colorful citrus-infused water might be perfect for keeping the kids hydrated this summer, but it's certainly for us grown-ups, too. Get the details at Eats Amazing.
Be prepared to quench your thirst in style at any moment by prepping these fruit-infused ice cubes. They're pretty and keep your water chilled. Get the details at This Beautiful Day.
Once you've mastered the basics, start getting creative with interesting add-ins, like flowers. I love treating my face to rose water, and this different version might make my taste buds feel just as pampered. Get the recipes at The Primlani Kitchen.
While tender herbs like mint and basil are frequent add-ins to infused water, I am so intrigued by this grapefruit and rosemary number and imagine it's wonderfully invigorating. Get the recipe at Amy in the Kitchen.
This post includes four fruit-infused water recipes, as well as tips to empower you to create your own combinations. Get the recipe at Hellobee.
These aren't technically fruit-infused, but you heard it here first: My money's on vegetable-infused waters being the next big thing. Plus, I loved the idea of munching on the veggies once the glass is dry. Get the recipe at Oh So Delicioso.
Fruit-infused waters are good for more than just hydration. This article pairs recipes with their benefits. Whether you're looking to energize, destress, or boost your metabolism, you can find a water to help at Hot Beauty Health.
If you're looking for one-stop shopping, this post is brimming with seven fruit-infused water recipes. I've got my eye on the ginger-peach water. Find them all at Happy Healthy Mama.