25 Fruit Infused Water Recipes

We all know that water is essential in our daily lives, providing the hydration to live a healthy, active lifestyle. But when it comes to actually drinking the recommended daily amount of water, sometimes life gets in the way. So today we’re sharing 25 delicious fruit infused water recipes that will have you desperate to get your daily dose of H2O.

1. Rose Lemon Strawberry Infused Water

Rose lemon strawberry infused water

This first recipe is made with two classic fruit infusions, lemon and strawberry, and then a hint of rose is added by placing rose petals in the mixture. Let everything infuse overnight, and then refrigerate to serve the next day. Head over to Wallflower Kitchen to check out the instructions.

2. Grapefruit and Ginger Infused Water

Grapefruit and ginger infused water recipe

This post has three water infusion recipes, but my favorite is the grapefruit ginger combination. Spicy ginger seems to pair well with bitter grapefruit. Check out all three recipes on Jojotastic’s blog.

3. Lemon and Passionfruit Infused Water

Passion fruit lemon infused water

If you’re struggling to drink the recommended amount of water each day, you might want to consider this recipe… because who doesn’t want to drink something this beautiful?! Head over to Green Healthy Cooking to check out the recipe for this lemon and passionfruit infused water.

4. Strawberry Cucumber Mint Infused Water

Strawberry mint infused water

Here is a great recipe that will help you trick yourself into consuming the recommended daily intake of H2O. This one includes an herby flavor thanks to the mint, while the strawberry and cucumber balance it out. Go to Lows To Luxe to read more.

5. Strawberry Mango Infused Water

Strawberry mango infused water recipe

This is a super colorful recipe that combines sweet mango with strawberries and lime for a citrus punch. And they even have a genius trick for removing the mango pulp from the skin…head over to Courtney’s Sweets to check out the details.

6. Blood Orange and Mint Infused Water

Blood orange mint infused water

This recipe is a feast for the eyes and the tastebuds, with a colorful combination of blood oranges and fresh green mint leaves. The flavor combo is sweet and herby, and will definitely make you drink more water. Head over to Fit Foodie Finds to check out the recipe.

7. Cucumber Citrus Water

Lime orange cucumber mint infused water

This refreshing water is infused with orange slices, lime slices and plenty of cucumber that combine to make a delicious summer treat to keep you hydrated. Head over to Miamivores to see the full recipe for this delicious water.

8. Blackberry Lemon Infused Water

Blackberry with lemon juice

If you are a fan of blackberries, then you must love this beautiful water recipe. All you need is sliced ​​lemons and some blackberries that you add to ice water. Easy peasy! Read all about this delicious combo at Tried and Tasty.

9. Citrus Water For Kids

Citrus fruit infused water for children

If you have kids who don’t like to drink water, keep them hydrated with this simple combination. Just slice an orange, lime, and lemon and let them sit together for about ten minutes. Head over to Eats Amazing to check out the details.

10. Pineapple Mint Infused Water

Pineapple mint infused water

For a more tropical vibe, try this pineapple mint infused water. It also has some sliced ​​cucumber mixed in for an extra flavor profile. Go to That Girl Cooks Healthy to see the full recipe and more photos.

11. Fruit Infused Ice Cubes

Fruits packed in ice cubes

Here’s another way to infuse your water… with fruit ice cubes! This is a great solution because you can make a big batch and then it will last for months to come and you can pop some into your water every morning. Head over to This Beautiful Day to learn more.

12. Raspberry Peach Infused Water

Raspberry peach mint water

This delicious-looking infusion is made with fresh peaches cut into small pieces, along with raspberries and mint. And the key to this is to make it with coconut water instead of regular water for added health benefits. Learn More to Cook With a Wallflower.

13. Orange Kiwi Infused Water

Orange kiwi infused water

Here’s an amazing combination… kiwi and orange! This one has a bit of a tropical vibe, and the blog says it can be made with regular water or sparkling water. Head over to She Uncovered to see these and many other fruit infusion ideas.

14. Peach Blackberry and Thyme Infused Water

Fruit infused with sparkling water

Here’s another infusion recipe that uses herbs, and this time they recommend making it with sparkling water for extra pizzazz. The main ingredients in this recipe are peaches, blackberries and thyme. Learn how to make it at Live Love Pasta.

15. Watermelon and Rosemary Water

Watermelon rosemary infused water recipe

This article has a variety of different recipes, but the most interesting is the combination of watermelon and rosemary. This one is sure to give your taste buds a serious boost. Head over to The Yummy Life to check out all the different recipes.

16. Blueberry Lavender Water

Infused water

This little infusion is made with blueberries and lavender, giving it a beautiful color scheme that will convince anyone to drink more water. Make your way to Enjoy Natural Health to check out the full recipe for this delicious fruit infusion.

17. Cinnamon Pear Ginger Water

Pear cinnamon ginger infused water

Here’s a unique one, made with cinnamon sticks to give it a spicy flavor perfect for fall or winter. It also has pears and a lot of ginger which is very good for your health. Head over to Cool Mom Eats to learn how to make this delicious mocktail-style drink.

18. Ginger Pineapple and Orange Infused Water

Pineapple orange ginger infused with water

If you are looking for a more tropical style, summer drink, then this could be the one for you. It is made with fresh pineapple, orange slices and lots of grated ginger to boost health. Check out the full recipe at This Mama Loves.

19. Strawberry Thyme Infused Water

Strawberry infused water

Here’s another delicious fruit infusion, this time with sliced ​​strawberries and sprigs of fresh thyme. This combination is good in summer when these ingredients are in season. Head over to Hot Beauty Health to check out these and many other combinations.

20. Ginger Lime Water

Lime ginger infused with fruit juice

This one also uses ginger… is there still a trend here?! The key to this is to slice a lot of lime and then add fresh grated ginger to the mix. Head over to The Core blog by Fabletics to check out these and some other infusion recipes.

21. Cherry Lime Infused Water

Cherry lime infused fruit juice

This recipe uses black cherries, a fruit we don’t see in many other juice recipes. The cherry mixed with the tart lime makes for a delicious combination. Head over to Budget Savvy Diva to check out all the details.

22. Cantaloupe Strawberry Water

Cantaloupe strawberry water

Here’s another amazing combination – cantaloupe and strawberries! The melon makes for a summery, fresh treat and the slightly tart strawberry adds depth of flavor. Head over to Stockpiling Moms to learn how to make this delicious water.

23. Vanilla Pear Infused Water

Vanilla pear placed in water

This fruit infused water is made with pear, but this time it is accompanied by a delicious vanilla flavor obtained by adding a vanilla bean and a dash of vanilla extract. Head over to A Zesty Bite to find out all the details on this fun infusion.

24. Grapefruit and Rosemary Infused Water

Grapefruit rosemary water

This combination looks as beautiful as it tastes, with chunks of red grapefruit floating among fountains of fresh rosemary. Add ice cubes to make it more refreshing. Head over to Full to check out the recipe along with other ideas.

25. Mojito Water

Mojito water recipe

And last but not least, we have a beautiful green water mojito recipe that will make you feel like you’re on vacation on a tropical island. All you need is lime, mint and water. Head over to Sugar & Soul to check out all the details.

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