In my humble opinion, water is the number-one summer drink. Not only is it oh-so refreshing, it’s also healthier than other summer favorites like lemonade, sweetened iced tea and soda. But drinking the stuff all day, every day, can get boring. If you’re looking for a way to kick your H2O up a notch, we’ve got you covered; here are 15 of the tastiest fruit infusion recipes around. So go on, drink up!
Back to Her Roots
This combo gives a refreshing kick to your water, and the strawberries add a touch of sweetness.
A lighter lemonade— perfect for a hot summer day.
Wisconsin From Scratch
Get read to break out your blender for this one! Agua fresca is a blend of fruit, herbs, and water. This cantaloupe, honey, and mint agua fresca looks super delicious!
No Gojis No Glory
Besides tasting amazing, this citrus water has added benefits; it's recommended if you're looking to detox and debloat.
Not Vegan Yet
Sweet blueberries and tart lemon combine beautifully in this flavored water.
Blackberries, lemon, and ginger make for an interesting mix.
Dine Dash Deadlift
This water looks so refreshing, I get excited just looking at it.
The Wanderlust Kitchen
Pair sweet honeydew and tart rasberries and what do you get? Delicious agua fresca.
If you're looking for a sweet alternative to juice or iced tea, try this recipe.
If you're looking for a water that has just a touch of flavor, try this cucumber lemongrass water.
My Spa Water Book
This peachy pineapple water is great for fruit fanatics.
I'll definitely be sipping on this agua fresco down the shore this summer.
She Who Eats
This water will take a little longer to make—it has to sit for 24 hours—but it's worth the wait. Note: You do not eat the rose petals; strain the water after the 24 hours for a sweet, calming drink.
And Love It Too
This blend of cherries and lime will give your water a much-needed kick.
Divine Glowing Health
No waiting required with this recipe. Just drop in the ingredients, add a few ice cubes, and you're good!
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