Infused Water Ideas to Make it Easier to Hit Your Water Quota for the Day
How refreshing! This blended beverage contains enough produce to count as a serving of fruit, plus a half cup of coconut water for a hit of electrolytes.
Green Tea Soda
Cantaloupe-Peach Agua Fresca
Cantaloupe’s high water content is one delicious way to stay get your daily fruit intake while also hydrating. Here we blend together whopping 6 cups of the fruit along with peaches, coconut water, and lemon juice. Frozen cantaloupe and peaches serve as the ice replacements to prevent your agua fresca from watering down.
Roses aren't just pretty to look at—they can also add floral flavor to drinks and desserts. Here we add both rose petals (make sure you use untreated roses that are not from your florist) and rose water to the pitcher. Serve this infused water at your next tea party alongside some rose donuts.
Summer-ripe strawberries add a fun pop of color to this DIY flavored water. After the strawberry slices steep overnight (this gives your infused water a nice pink hue), strain and add in fresh whole strawberries to the pitcher before serving.
Not only does the hibiscus give a pleasant floral taste to your water, but it also adds a vibrant red-pink hue to the drink. This DIY flavored water serves eight and only takes 20 minutes total to make, so it will be perfect for summer gatherings.