Skye Sonnega | Dec 15, 2022
10 Infused Water Recipes and Benefits
Want to up your water game? Infused water is a delicious combination of fruits, veggies, herbs, and ice-cold water. Not only is it yummy, but infused water has many incredible benefits.
In this guide, we’ll share the benefits of infused water as well as some of our favorite infusion recipes that you can try today. Let’s dive in!
The Benefits of Infused Water
We know that drinking the proper amount of water each day is the key to staying hydrated and healthy for the long term. But what happens when you add fruits and veggies to your daily water?
One of the best (and most obvious) benefits of infused water is that it can encourage you to hydrate. Drinking water isn’t always easy, but having something flavorful without added sugars can inspire you to chug away.
Plus, certain ingredients in infused water can have some amazing health benefits if you enjoy them over time. For example, drinking infused water can support:
Healthy weight loss
Immune system protection
It’s important to note that while infused water has health benefits, you won’t get the same nutrients you would by eating fruits and veggies.
Enjoy infused water during a workout, while chilling with friends, or when working hard at your desk, but don’t use it as a meal or snack replacement!
Our Favorite Water Infusion Recipes
Ready to enjoy some infused water? We’ve got plenty of water infusion recipes for you to try! But first, you’ll need the right tumbler.
The BrüMate MultiShaker is a versatile shaker bottle that includes a removable agitator/infuser. This makes it easy to make and sip infused water (without eating lemon seeds—yuck!). It’s 26 ounces and triple-insulated, ensuring every sip is as refreshing as the last.
Now, here are 10 of our favorite water infusion recipes that we love to make using our MultiShaker.
Related Read: 5 Ways to Use the BrüMate MultiShaker
1. “Autumn” Flavored Infusion
If you’re a fan of apples and cinnamon, especially on chilly days, you’ll love this delicious recipe. We mixed pears, plums, apples, and cinnamon to create an autumn-flavored infused water. Check out how our team put this recipe to the test.
2. Minty Lemon Infusion
Did you know both mint and lemon can have positive effects on your digestive health? Mint has also been known as a cure for stomach pain and bloating.
Add lemon slices and fresh mint leaves to your favorite water to create a crisp and refreshing beverage to enjoy on your morning commute. The zesty flavors of the mint and lemon will give you a much-needed energy boost!
3. Strawberry Kiwi Infusion
This infusion is known to improve cardiovascular health and also provides blood sugar regulation and digestion benefits. The subtly sweet taste of the strawberries and kiwi will have you finishing your infused water before you know it.
4. Cucumber Mint Infusion
Another classic and simple pairing, cucumber and mint are incredibly refreshing and go together like bread and butter. Thinly slice your cucumbers and add them to your ice water. Then, add some lightly chopped or torn mint leaves to release their aromas. Delicious!
5. Melon Medley Infusion
If you’re a watermelon and honeydew lover, this one’s for you. Chop up watermelon, honeydew, cantaloupe, and mint to create a summery concoction. This is perfect for poolside sipping or with your eggs and toast.
6. Tropical Infusion
There’s nothing better than the flavorful combination of pineapple and coconut. Give yourself a beach day anywhere by mixing chopped coconut, pineapple, and lime into your ice water.
Pineapple is a well-known anti-inflammatory ingredient. If you’re feeling bloated, this may be the perfect drink to brighten your day! Check out our team’s recipe here.
7. Pineapple Lemon Infusion
Looking for a tart water infusion recipe? This one might be for you! Cut up some wedges of pineapple and a few lemon slices. Add them to your water and shake. The sweetness of the pineapple complements the lemon perfectly.
8. Grapefruit Rosemary Infusion
We bet you didn’t think to add rosemary to your water. Rosemary is a fragrant addition to your water. Plus, it’s known to be anti-inflammatory and can also help reduce anxiety. Add some juicy grapefruit for a water infusion that’s refreshing and beneficial.
9. Mint, Kiwi & Blackberry Infusion
Mint is one of our favorite ingredients when it comes to making infused water. In this recipe, combine mint with kiwi and tasty blackberries. The result is seriously summer in a tumbler!
10. Lemon, Blueberry & Cucumber Infusion
Enjoy a yummy swirl of sweet and tangy flavors with the timeless combination of lemon and blueberry. The cucumber adds a freshness to your infused water that’s perfectly refreshing after a hike or workout.
Infused Water FAQs
It may sound simple, but there are a couple of things to keep in mind when crafting these infused waters. Here are some answers to your most frequently asked questions.
Can I Drink Infused Water Everyday?
Yes! You can enjoy infused water as often as you’d like. And enjoying any of the above water infusion recipes is a great way to up your water intake daily.
How Long Should I Infuse My Water?
You can enjoy your infusion right away if you’d like! For a fuller flavor, we recommend waiting 2-3 hours to let the ingredients completely infuse into the water.
How Long Does Infused Water Stay Fresh?
We recommend drinking your infused water within 24 hours of making it to avoid any spoilage. However, you can make batch-infused water and store it right away in the fridge. In a tightly sealed container, it will be safe to enjoy for up to five days.
How Many Times Can I Reuse Fruit in Infused Water?
If you want to go back for seconds, the fruit can be used 2-3 more times. This will depend on how long the fruit was infused and how fresh it was in the first batch.
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