Everyone knows you are suppose to drink eight glasses of water a day, but, that can get boring rather quickly! Water is so good for our bodies, but after glass three or four, you can start craving something with a little more flavor. Luckily, water infusions are the perfect way to get the water you need while getting the flavors you crave. They can even be a great way to add a little more vitamins and nutrients to your water.

If you are tired of the same old ice water, give one of these 7 fresh infused water recipes a try! You will love how tasty they can make your glass of water, and you might find yourself enjoying more than the recommended eight glasses a day.

If you are tired of the same old ice water, give one of these 7 fresh infused water recipes a try! You will love how tasty they can make your glass of water, and you might find yourself enjoying more than the recommended eight glasses a day.

Remember with any infusion, you can strain and enjoy just the water served on ice. Or, enjoy with the produce and herbs present in the beverage. It’s up to you and just a matter of preference. Also, for any of these recipes below you can omit the granulated sugar if you desire. Now, take a look at these 7 Fresh Infused Water Recipes!

Kiwi Strawberry Dream

Ingredients:
4 liters of water
3 peeled and sliced kiwi
1 ½ cups of cleaned, sliced strawberries

Add all of your ingredients to the water and stir well. Allow to chill for 2-3 hours before serving. This infusion is so tasty and fresh plus full of vitamin C!

Citrus Delight

Ingredients:
4 liters of water
2 sliced oranges (skin on)
1 sliced lemon (skin on)
1 small grapefruit, cubed

Add all of your ingredients to water and stir well. This infusion is packed with vitamin c and is a great way to start your morning with extra zing! Prepare it the evening before so the flavors have time to infuse well.

Watermelon Mint Wonder

Ingredients:
4 liters of water
2 cups of cubed watermelon
4-5 sprigs of fresh mint
1 teaspoon of granulated sugar

Add all of your ingredients to the water and stir well. Chill for several hours before serving to allow the flavors, especially the mint to fuse well. This makes the perfect brunch beverage and looks lovely garnished with fresh mint.

Cucumber and Rosemary Refresher

Ingredients:
4 liters of water
2 large cucumbers sliced (skin on)
3-4 fresh rosemary sprigs

Add all of your ingredients to water and stir well. This is an infusion you will want to allow to set overnight to really let the rosemary infuse it well. It is a refreshing yet savory drink, perfect for serving with pre dinner appetizers. Garnish with fresh rosemary if you wish!

Honeysuckle Mint Mixture

Ingredients:
4 liters of water
3-4 fresh honeysuckle blooms
1 teaspoon of honey
3-4 fresh mint sprigs

Rinse your blooms well. Add all of your ingredients to water and stir. The honey will take a little while to dissolve so allow plenty of rest time in the refrigerator. Garnish this beverage with extra blooms if you have them as well as a mint sprig. This tasty infusion makes the perfect wedding or baby shower beverage.

Raspberry Lemon Loveliness

Ingredients:
4 liters of water
1 cup of fresh raspberries
2 lemons, sliced. (skin on)
1 teaspoon of granulated sugar
2-3 sprigs of fresh mint

Add all of your ingredients to water and stir. You can muddle your raspberries first to release the juices a little easier if you choose. Allow to rest in the refrigerator for several hours before serving. This infusion is quite sweet, full of vitamin c, and the perfect brunch beverage. Garnish with fresh lemon if you wish.

Herbal Brew

Ingredients:
4 liters of water
2-3 sprigs EACH of fresh rosemary, mint, basil
1 teaspoon of honey
1 cucumber sliced (skin on)
2 tablespoons of fresh lemon juice

Add all of your ingredients to water and stir. You can muddle your herbs first to release the flavor a little easier if you choose. Allow several hours for the herbs to infuse the water, overnight if you wish for stronger flavor. Serve over ice or even enjoy this brew at room temperature. It is full of nutrients provided by the fresh herbs as well as a hint of vitamin c.

Dress up your water when you give these easy and inexpensive infusions a try! You are sure to find one that delights your taste buds and makes drinking water just a little more fun.

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