Fruit-Infused Water Recipes

Mmmmm…nothing says summer like ice-cold lemonade. 😋 But the usual store-bought lemonade is loaded with sugar, so we have a better idea. Fruit-infused water helps you stay hydrated, and it’s delicious! Check out our favorite essential oil recipes inspired by Wellness Mama for ideas.

Berry Burst

Add 1 cup raspberries, 1 cup blueberries, 2 kiwi (peeled & sliced), and 8 mint sprigs to 8 cups of water. Refrigerate for at least 3 hours. Stir well and strain, then top with some fresh fruit if desired.

Pineapple Mint

Peel and thinly slice about 1/4 of a pineapple. The thinner the slices, the more flavor it’ll give ya. Add pineapple to a glass jar with 10-12 leaves of muddled fresh mint. Fill with water and stir gently. Store in refrigerator.

Cherry Lime

Add two cups of fresh cherries, cut in half, and one fresh lime, sliced into thin slices. Combine with water in a gallon-sized glass jar. Mix gently and store in refrigerator until ready to drink.

Raspberry Grapefruit

Add one grapefruit, thinly sliced with the rind still on, to a gallon-size glass jar. Then add ½ cup fresh raspberries. Add water and mix well. Store in refrigerator for at least 4 hours before drinking.

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Mango Pineapple

Peel and thinly slice one fresh mango. Add to ½ gallon glass jar. Add 1 cup of finely-chopped pineapple and filtered water. Allow to infuse in the refrigerator for 4-6 hours before drinking.

Orange Grape

The hands-down kid favorite at our house. Place 2 cups of halved organic grapes into a gallon-size glass jar. Add one orange, thinly sliced with the rind still on. Refrigerate overnight for best flavor.

Watermelon Basil

Add about 2 cups of finely chopped watermelon (without the rind) to a large glass jar. Add 15 leaves of muddled basil and fill the container with water. Store in refrigerator and allow at least 4 hours to infuse.

Strawberry Lemon

It’s got the refreshing taste of strawberry lemonade without all the sugar! Just add 15 fresh strawberries, washed and finely sliced, to a glass jar. Add one sliced lemon with the rind still on. Fill with water. Stir gently and refrigerate 4 hours or overnight.

We hope you enjoy these nutritious and delicious fruit drinks! You can always add essential oils to these recipes if desired. Just be sure to check with your essential oil brand to make sure your oils are safe for internal use. If you have a favorite fruit-infused water recipe, share it with us in the comments below. ❤️

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