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Fruit Infused Water


SUMMER IS

A GREAT SEASON

TO ENJOY

INFUSED WATERS!

CAN YOU EAT THE FRUIT AFTER INFUSING WATER?

Yes! You might be disappointed, though. As the fruit infuses the water with flavor, the fruit itself has less flavor and more water. So it might taste watery and less flavorful than what you’d expect.

HOW LONG CAN YOU KEEP FRUIT INFUSED WATER IN THE FRIDGE?

Infused water is best 2 to 4 hours after you’ve made it. Or, you can let it infuse overnight in the refrigerator.

Some ingredients last better than others. With herbs, for example, fresh basil lasts 2 to 3 days but rosemary can last up to a week.

STAY HYDRATED WITH THESE SEVEN

INFUSED WATER RECIPES!

Pineapple Mint

Pineapple 1 cup

Mint 5 leaves

Mint contains iron and is a great flavor booster!

Pineapple aids in digestion and reduces inflammation.

Blackberry Sage

Blackberry 1/2 pt

Sage 5 leaves

Blackberry is an excellent source of Vitamin C and antioxidants.

Sage is a rich source of Vitamin A.

Rosemary Grapefruit

Rosemary 4 springs

Grapefruit 1 sliced

Sprig of Rosemary together have more flavor than individual leaves.

Grapefruit is heart healthy.

Strawberry Basil

Strawberry 1/2 pt

Basil 5 leaves

Strawberries are packed with Vitamin C.

Basil contains disease fighting antioxidants.

Orange Blueberry

Orange 1 sliced

Blueberry 1/2 pt

Orange juice is the go to cold buster!

Blueberries help to improve cognitive function.

Raspberry Lime

Raspberry 1/2 pt

Lime 1 sliced

Raspberries are a hood source of fiber.

Limes contain Vitamin C as well a have a nice, tart taste that adds to food

and drinks.

Blueberry Rosemary

Blueberry 1/2 pt

Rosemary 4 sprigs

Blueberries contain fiber and potassium.

Rosemary contains antioxidants.

INSTRUCTIONS:

For all options use:
  • 5 cups water

  • 1 cup ice cubes (optional)

In a large pitcher, place the desired combination of fruit or herbs. Add ice and fill container with water. Infused water is best 2 to 4 hours after you’ve made it. Or, you can let it infuse overnight in the refrigerator.

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