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Infused water recipes are easy to make, more also, they are one of the best ways to lose weight fast. However, a lot of people are not taking advantage of this flavor way to lose weight. As a result, we have compiled here the 20 best infused water for weight loss recipes. Enjoy!

If you’re looking for an easy way to cleanse your body and drop several pounds in a short amount of time, look into infused water for weight loss recipes.

Water that is infused is high in beneficial nutrients, but it also has a natural sweetness. It will taste like pure water, without any added sweeteners or chemicals. Here are the best 25 recipes for drinking purified water to shed pounds.

Cucumber Water With Honey and Tea: This is one of the simplest and most delicious detox water recipes on the market. It includes cucumber, a few tablespoons of honey, and a few tablespoons of tea, such as green tea.

The honey-cucumber combination promotes good digestion and speeds up the metabolic rate, while the tea increases the body’s ability to burn calories. You can make this cool drink one hour before you exercise or get ready for a nice jog.

Aloe-Vera With Vitamin C and Aloe Vera: This challenge is great for those who aren’t used to getting enough vitamin c in their diets.

With just a couple of additions, you can be enjoying this delicious water fast! Using a fresh slice of aloe and adding a few teaspoons of honey and/or cinnamon to boost the flavor.

Adding a couple of sliced cucumbers (sliced lengthwise) gives you the crunch you need to really enjoy the taste of the aloe.

Fruit Infused Water For Weight Loss: If you enjoy eating fruits but find that they are too bitter to drink, consider spicing up your diet with fruit-infused water.

You can add many fruits to give you a wide variety of flavors that will taste great. The key to making these recipes taste great is to use high-quality ingredients so that you don’t consume a bunch of calories.

Ginger Infused Water For Weight Loss: Ginger is great for promoting satiety which means you feel fuller longer. It also adds a great flavor to the recipes making them more delicious.

Many people like to add fresh ginger to their recipes so they have that fresh ginger kick in their morning. If you don’t have ginger in the house, you can buy the dried kind which has less flavor.

Citrus Flavored Water For Weight Loss Recipes: There are several delicious flavor combinations using oranges. Most of these recipes use either lime or lemon juice as the main flavoring.

If you don’t like citrus, you can use vitamin C instead. You’ll get a similar but slightly less tart flavor than you would get from using lemons.

When making these drinks at home, you can use store-bought blender bottles with the carbonation on to make the bubbles easier to control.

Strawberry Infused Water For Weight Loss Recipes: This one is pretty easy to do. All you have to do is replace the strawberry in your recipe with a fresh lemon and apple cider vinegar mixture.

Use a food processor or a blender to liquefy the ingredients. You’ll then add the vodka and serve over ice. This will be very tasty after it’s chilled. You can even add some ice cream to give it a delicious flavor boost.

These are three popular healthy boosting drinks that you can create at home using readily available fruits and ingredients.

By replacing the soda you may be drinking with these healthy alternatives, you’re not only boosting your health but you’re boosting your metabolism and burning calories too!

With so many obesity and health-related issues in today’s society, drinking jerry infused water for weight loss drinks may just be the ticket to getting you back into shape. So what are you waiting for?

20 Best Infused Water For Weight Loss Recipes

1. Rosemary and Strawberry Detox Water

Rosemary and Strawberry Detox Water is a delicious powerhouse of healthy ingredients. It will make you feel good and improve your brain functions. When it comes to healthy herbs, rosemary is near the top of the list. Rosemary not only tastes good, but is also a good source of iron, calcium, and vitamin B6. When paired with strawberries, this is the ultimate detox drink!

Rosemary has been used for ages to treat muscle pain, improve memory, boost the immune and circulatory system, and promote hair growth. Rosemary also contains anti-inflammatory compounds that may help reduce the severity of asthma attacks. In addition, rosemary has been shown to increase the blood flow to the head and brain, improving concentration.

Rosemary is used for digestion problems, including heartburn, gas, liver and gallbladder issues, and loss of appetite. It is also used to treat gout, cough, headache, high blood pressure, and reducing age-related memory loss.

Strawberries are also very good for you. packed with tons of antioxidants like Vitamin C and have been linked to reduced risks of heart disease, stroke, and cancer. Together, rosemary and strawberry not only taste great, but they are a very potent combination for better health.

Makes 2 Liters

  • 2-3 sprigs of rosemary
  • 15 strawberries quartered
  • 2 cups of ice
  • Water

In a large pitcher, add the rosemary and strawberries. Top with ice and water. Let the pitcher sit in the fridge for 1 hour before serving.

When the water is down to 1/4 full in the pitcher, refill with water and place back in the fridge. You can do this several times. Store Rosemary and Strawberry Detox Water in the fridge for up to 24 hours.

For the ultimate in convenience, we recommend a portable fruit infuser.

 

2. Tropical Pineapple and Orange Infused Water

This delicious Tropical Pineapple and Orange Infused Water recipe will make you feel like you’re on a white, sandy beach drinking a cocktail, but without all the calories! It’s got a vibrant tropical flavor that balances the tastes of sweet and tart.

Both pineapple and oranges are excellent sources of Vitamin C, which has many healthy benefits including acts as an anti-inflammatory, aids in digestion, promotes a stronger immune system, and helps your body repair itself.

Tropical Pineapple and Orange Infused Water make healthy detox water that’s very refreshing. You’ll want to sip gallons of this Pineapple and Orange infused water all day, and so will your kids!

Makes 2 Liters of Tropical Pineapple and Orange Infused Water

  • 1 orange, thinly sliced
  • 1/2 cup pineapple, thinly sliced
  • 2 cups of ice
  • Water

In a large pitcher, add the orange and pineapple slices. Top with ice and water. Let the pitcher sit in the fridge for 1 hour before serving.

When the water is down to 1/4 full in the pitcher, refill with water and place back in the fridge. You can do this several times. Store Tropical Pineapple and Orange Infused Water in the fridge for up to 24 hours.

3. Strawberry, Orange, and Mint Infused Water

l love strawberry infused water. Recipes with strawberries are among the most popular flavored water recipes on my blog, and it’s one of my personal favorites. So today I decided to create this Strawberry, Orange, and Mint Infused Water, and it’s delicious!

Strawberries and oranges are not only sweet and delicious, but they’re also packed with nutrients, too. They contain antioxidants like Vitamin C which helps boost immunity, fight cancer, and promote eye health. Strawberries have also been known to help lower cholesterol and promote better skin health.

Mint adds a nice subtle flavor to this recipe and is also good for you, too.

Makes 2 Liters

  • 1 Orange
  • 10 Strawberries, sliced
  • 2 sprigs of fresh mint, about 8-10 leaves
Instructions
  1. In a large pitcher, add the orange and strawberries.
  2. Over the pitcher squeeze and slightly twist the mint, do not tear apart you only want to gently release the oils, add the mint leaves to the fruit.
  3. Top with ice and water.
  4. Let the pitcher sit in the fridge for 1 hour before serving.
  5. When the water is down to ¼ full in the pitcher, refill with water and place back in the fridge. You can do this several times.
  6. Store Strawberry, Orange, and Mint Infused Water in the fridge for up to 24 hours.

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4. Lemon Water with Blueberries and Mint

This is my new favorite drink! This Lemon Water with Blueberries and Mint recipe is REALLY yummy and packed full of wonderful vitamins and antioxidants. You’ll be giving your weight loss a boost with Vitamin C since it helps regulate the hormones that cause fat storage.

The blueberries are not only good for your heart, they help fight cancer and are an anti-inflammatory “superfood”.

The lemon is good for weight management, improved digestion, appetite control, and also helps fight bloat.

Mint helps boost your energy levels and helps you burn fat faster, making this a great drink for weight loss. Make this Lemon Water with Blueberries and Mint for your next gathering, or take it in a fruit infusion bottle to sip all day long for a day full of delicious, weight loss boosting, fruit-infused water.

For this recipe, we decided to use our new Decodyne Fruit Infusion Pitcher that our friends at Decodyne sent us to try out. This fruit infused pitcher worked great, and we really liked the stylish design and ample water capacity.

The infusion chamber is the right size for the amount of water that it holds, so you get lots of great-tasting fruit infused water with a pitcher that also looks great on a dinner table.

Makes 2 Liters of Lemon Water with Blueberries and Mint
  • 1 lemon, thinly sliced
  • 1 cup blueberries (frozen is ok!)
  • 10 mint leaves
  • 2 cups of ice
  • Water

In a large pitcher, add the lemon and blueberries. Over the pitcher squeeze and slightly twist the mint, do not tear apart you only want to gently release the oils, add the mint leaves to the fruit. Top with ice and water. Let the pitcher sit in the fridge for 1 hour before serving.

When the water is down to 1/4 full in the pitcher, refill with water and place back in the fridge. You can do this several times. Store this Lemon Water with Blueberries and Mint in the fridge for up to 24 hours.

5. Tangerine, Cucumber, and Strawberry Infused Water

This Tangerine, Cucumber, and Strawberry Infused Water is the perfect weight loss drink! The strawberries and tangerines pack a healthy punch of Vitamin C to boost your metabolism and the cucumber helps flush your system and reduce tummy bloat!

It’s sweet and crisp and perfect for hot summer days. Make this Tangerine, Cucumber, and Strawberry Infused Water recipe for your next barbecue or baby shower, or bring a travel fruit infuser with you to the beach or pool and look trim and stay hydrated while soaking up some sun.

Makes 2 Liters

  • 2 tangerines or 1 large orange, thinly sliced
  • 5-inch cucumber, sliced into rings
  • 10 strawberries, sliced into rings
  • 2 cups of ice
  • Water

In a large pitcher, add the tangerines, cucumber, and strawberries. Top with ice and water. Let the pitcher sit in the fridge for 1 hour before serving.

When the water is down to 1/4 full in the pitcher, refill with water and place back in the fridge. You can do this several times with this Tangerine, Cucumber, and Strawberry Infused Water. Store in the fridge for up to 24 hours.

6. Day Spa Mango Ginger Water

Try this delicious Mango Ginger Water recipe which boosts your metabolism, acts as a natural pain reliever for migraines to menstrual cramps, and heals a lot of pain. It also helps reduce morning or motion sickness and banishes heartburn.

Mangos not only boost metabolism, but they also aid in digestion, boost your memory, and increases your sex drive! This one little drink will do a lot for your body, so make a big pitcher of Mango Ginger Water today and enjoy.

Makes 4 liters, refill 4-liter pitcher 2-4 times until flavor is lost.

Ingredients:

  • 1 inch Ginger Root, peeled and sliced
  • 1 cup Frozen Mango- fresh is fine too

Get Started:

To peel the ginger uses the back of a spoon or a vegetable peeler, just peel the part that you will be using. Using a sharp knife slice ginger into 3-4 coin-sized slices. You want them about the size and thickness of the coin.

-Drop into your pitcher and add in the mango.

-Top with 3 cups of ice and then add with water. (the ice is important, it holds down the ginger and mango to help infuse the water)

-Place in your fridge for 1-3 hours before serving.

-When serving add a couple of frozen mango chunks in a pretty glass for ice cubes.

Mango Ginger Water will keep in the fridge for 24 hours.

You can use fresh or frozen mango, I like frozen because I don’t have to cut and it is always picked at the peak of the season and frozen so if I can’t get mangos in the season I can still always have some in the house. Plus they are like little ice cubes here, fun! I highly recommend you use fresh ginger, the powdered just does not taste the same and will clump in your water. Check your farmer’s market or the produce section of your grocery store for ginger, you can store it in the freezer to make it last longer.

This detox Mango Ginger Water recipe has helped 1000’s people lose weight!

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7. Sweet and Energizing Pineapple Blueberry Infused Water

This delicious sweet Pineapple Blueberry Infused Water is a great drink to start the day with. The blueberries stain the color a lovely hue and release flavor immediately. Pineapple is super sweet and adds a ton of flavor to this drink.

Perhaps the best part of Pineapple Blueberry Infused Water is the boost in Vitamin C that it gives you, which naturally raises your metabolism. Pineapple has one of the largest content of vitamin c of all fruits, making it a great option for snacking on and adding to your drinks.

Makes 1 liter, if you have a 2-liter pitcher double the ingredients, and so on)

Ingredients:

  • ½ cup pineapple cut into chunks
  • 1/3 cup frozen blueberries
  • ½ cup ice

Get Started:

Add the pineapple chunks and blueberries to the bottom of a pitcher. Top with ice, this part is important whether you enjoy your water cold or at room temperature as it holds down the fruit to better infuse the water.

Place the pitcher in the fridge, or on your countertop if you like room temperature, for one hour before serving.

When you have poured ½ of the infused water from your pitcher, fill back to the top with water. This will help preserve the flavor so you won’t have to start over again when you finish the pitcher. Fill up, up to 6 times a day, or until the flavor is lost.

Store Pineapple Blueberry Infused Water in your fridge for 24 hours. You can eat the fruit for a tasty treat, too!

 

8. Hot Strawberry and Tangerine Metabolism Boosting Drink

The weather outside may be COLD, but this Hot Strawberry and Tangerine Metabolism Boosting Drink will warm you up and help you lose weight! It contains fruits that are high in Vitamin C which are also big metabolism boosters!

One of my favorite combos is strawberries and tangerines, and this drink is delicious both hot and cold.

I recently came across dried strawberries, which means I can have this all year long but if you can’t find them don’t fret, just slice fresh or frozen strawberries and plan on using a fine-mesh sieve, coffee filter, or tea bag as they might fall apart.

Makes 1 pot of tea or 1 liter of cold drink.

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup dried or fresh sliced strawberries
  • The rind of one tangerine- try to get little to none of the white pith
  • Water

Get started:

There are two ways to make Hot Strawberry and this Tangerine Metabolism Boosting Drink: 1) Put it all in the tea-pot, 2) Make individual cups. It all depends on your willingness to wash your tea-pot. I have also included a cold version of this delicious drink.

Teapot instructions- Place the tangerine rind and strawberries into a teapot, cover with water and bring to a boil. To serve cover the nose of your tea-pot with a coffee filter or use a fine-mesh sieve over your tea-cup to avoid strawberry pulp.

Individual tea cups- Boil water, add in 1/4 of the rind and a tablespoon of dried strawberries. Allow the strawberries to plump up and just as they start to fall apart (about 3 minutes) use a fork to scoop them out and discard them. Leave the rind in the tea-cup for both added flavor and beauty.

Make it cold- Boil 3 cups (or as much as your tea-pot will hold) of water making the “tea pot instructions” let it cool with the fruit left in then strain into a 1-liter jug discarding the strawberries. Top with water until it is full, pluck out the tangerine rind, rinse and add to jug then place in the fridge to cool. Serve over ice and drink up. If you want to do a bigger jug just double the recipe.

 

9. Metabolism Boosting Apple Pie Tea

With the days getting shorter and the nights colder, we’ve got a great hot fruit infused water recipe that will warm you up and tastes great too.

Now that the weather has turned cold I wanted to try a warm version of my favorite Apple Pie flavored drink and this was a perfect choice.

What you need:

(makes 2 liters)
  • 1 Fuji or another sweet apple thinly sliced
  • 2 Cinnamon Sticks (do not use powder it will not dissolve)

Get started:

You have two options, the teapot or teacup method.

For the teapot method, pile all the ingredients into your teapot, cover with water, and bring to a boil. Serve in a teacup or travel mug with an extra cinnamon stick to stir with if desired.

For the teacup method, place 1/4 of your apple slices and 1/2 a cinnamon stick to a teacup or travel mug, pour boiling water over the cinnamon stick and apples and let steep until cool enough to drink, 2-4 minutes. Refill teacup with hot water until the flavor is lost, at that time discard used fruit and cinnamon and add another 1/4 cup of your apple slices and another 1/2 cinnamon stick.

This Apple Pie Tea recipe is part of the Metabolism Boosting chapter of our cookbook Fruit Infusion: A Collection of Day Spa Inspired, Fruit Infused Waters.  It’s a colorful cookbook full of metabolism-boosting, fat burning drinks,  teas, sodas, and ice cubes. With over 40 recipes to choose from you and your taste buds will never be bored with water again!
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10. Fall Fruit Infused Water with Pears, Cranberries, and Clementines

Fall is in the air. Trees are changing, the air is getting cooler, new TV episodes are on, and football is back. In honor of my favorite season, I have created this delicious Fall fruit infused water to drink!

This unique recipe is so delicious and refreshing. It has a bite from the allspice berries which is then mellowed by the sweetness of the pears and clementines. It’s not your typical “pumpkin-spice-flavored” Fall drink.YUM! I love this drink!

Questions about Clementines? They are just like tangerines and also called Cuties but you could easily replace them with a juicy orange or blood orange for extra color.

Makes 1 pitcher, refill 3-5 times until flavor dissipates.

Ingredients:

  • 1 Pear thinly sliced
  • 1 Clementine Orange cut into 8ths
  • 1 tbsp. Dried Cranberries
  • 1 tsp. All Spice Berries (look like peppercorns)

Instruction:

Top w/ 1.5 cups ice and then fill up with water and let sit 3 hours in the fridge before drinking. The key here is to slice your fruit as thinly as you can so that you get the most flavor. If you want sweeter add an apple and another orange.

This will last in the fridge for 24-48 hours.

 

11. Ginger Orange Fruit Infused Water

Ginger Orange Fruit Infused Water not only boosts your metabolism, but it also is packed full of vitamin C to help you fight a cold. Plus the ginger helps with tummy aches, talk about power water!!

If you’re looking to lose weight or get healthy, but don’t know where to start I’ve got your answer. WATER! Put down the sodas, the fake flavor packets, and chemical packed additives, and just drink good clean water. “But I don’t like the taste,” you say? That’s OK, this drink is meant to help you put down the chemicals and go all-natural using delicious additives from nature.

The following recipe makes 1 liter, so if you have a 2-liter container double the ingredients, and so on.

Ingredients:

  • ½ orange
  • 1-inch chunk of ginger
  • ½ cup ice

Instruction:

Remove the skin from the ginger with a spoon or vegetable grater and slice into coin-sized rings. Add to the bottom of your pitcher.

Slice the orange into wedges or rings and add to your pitcher gently squeezing (just a little) to help release the juices as it sets.

Top with ice, this part is important whether you enjoy your water cold or at room temperature as it holds down the fruit to better infuse the water.

Place the pitcher in the fridge, or on your countertop if you like room temperature, for one hour before serving.

When you have poured ½ of the infused water from your pitcher, fill back to the top with water. This will help preserve the flavor so you won’t have to start over again when you finish the pitcher. Fill up, up to 6 times in a day, or until the flavor is lost.

Store in your fridge for up to 24 hours.

 

12. Day Spa Mango and Basil Water

l love Basil and use it in everything, it was just a matter of time before I put this Day Spa Mango and Basil Water together. It’s delicious, is a natural anti-inflammatory, and has natural antibiotic properties. Along with an overly sweet fruit like a mango this water is well-balanced and delicious.

Mangos aid in digestion, boost your memory, and increases your sex drive! Do I have your attention now? Try this out, besides being incredibly good for you, it is delicious and will help you drink more water.

Makes one big pitcher of water, can be refilled 4-6 times before replacing fruit and herbs –

Ingredients:

  • 1 Large Ripe Mango
  • Large handful of Basil- about 8 large leafs

Instruction:

In a large clean pitcher rip the basil in half (always rip basil, never use a knife it will brown the herb) and toss in, slice the mango into large chunks and toss in. Cover the fruit and herbs with ice and then add water, place in the fridge for at least an hour before serving for maximum deliciousness. I drank this all evening, about 3 re-fills, and then left it in the fridge overnight, it was so yummy the next morning.

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13. Day Spa Pineapple, Grapefruit, and Apple Water

Did you know both grapefruit and apple boost metabolism and curb your appetite? I love foods that help me with my weight loss journey and these two are big ones. Top that with water also curbing your appetite and you have a great refreshing drink that works for you!

Use your favorite kind of apple I used a Green Apple because I wanted to play up the tartness of the grapefruit, if you like your drinks more on the sweet side use a Sweet Crisp or Fuji and use the whole thing. You can also squeeze the pineapple as you add it in, it might add between 5-10 calories to each glass but that is nothing! You burn 5 calories drinking the glass of water!

Makes 1 big pitcher, you can re-fill 3-5 times.

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 Grapefruit
  • 1/2 Apple
  • 1/2 of a Pineapple- fresh
  • Ice and Water- Fizzy water is good too, just skip the ice.

Get started:

Cut the Grapefruit into medium-sized slices, same with the apple, and add into a pretty juice pitcher. Cut the pineapple into medium to thin slices, ideally you want to try and get all the slices about the same size. Add the pineapple squeezing a little if you want it sweeter, then top with 2 cups ice, top that with water, and place in the fridge for 4 hours. Once you have enjoyed 1/2 of your pitcher of water re-fill it and you can repeat this as long as the flavor stays.

I hope you can learn to enjoy flavored waters and put down sodas and fake sugar drinks like Crystal Light, Mios and Propel. Those are just chemicals, they are not good for you!

 

14. Cool and Refreshing Strawberry Lime Spritzer

On a hot summer day, this Strawberry Lime Spritzer will cool you right off! This is one of my favorites to have around the house all the time.

You can choose flat water or fizzy water, both work great! If you are trying to kick your soda habit you should go for a Strawberry Lime Spritzer. I think you will love the cool, refreshing taste and it will help curb your food cravings.

Like it sweeter? Add more strawberries and only 1/2 of a lime, adding more strawberries.

Makes 1-2 liters of Strawberry Lime Spritzer-

Ingredients:

  • 8 Frozen or Fresh Strawberries- See note above on freezing strawberries before making.
  • 1 Lime
  • 1-2 liters of Pellegrino or Club Soda- you can also use flat water

Instruction:

Slice the strawberries into three pieces and drop them into the water or fill an infusion pitcher, then slice the lime into 10 wedges and add to the water. Chill for 3-4 hours and serve, if you like, try making some strawberry and lime ice cubes if you are serving with flat water. In an ice-cube tray place one strawberry slice and a lime slice, cover with water, and freeze for 3-4 hours.

 

15. After Workout Watermelon and Rosemary Power Water

This delicious Watermelon and Rosemary Power Water helps hydrate you and maintains your fat burning after a workout.

Also, check out my Mango Basil Water and my Apple Cinnamon Water, one Boosts Metabolism and the other is a Natural Anti Inflammatory and helps Cure a Hangover. Can you guess which does what?

Makes one big pitcher, refill 3-5 times-

  • 2 cups Chopped Watermelon
  • 2 large Sprigs of Rosemary

In a large pitcher drop in the watermelon and rosemary, cover with ice, and then water. Place in the fridge for 10 minutes before serving. Once the water is 1/2 way gone refill with cold water, keep doing that 3-5 times before replacing watermelon and rosemary.

Makes 1 one-liter water bottle, refill 3-5 times-

  • 1/4 cup Thinly sliced Watermelon
  • 1 small Sprig of Rosemary

If the water bottle is full dump some out to make room for the watermelon, if empty put the watermelon and rosemary in first, and then add water. Shove the watermelon and rosemary into your water bottle put them in the fridge for 10 minutes, that’s it! Refill when it gets 1/2 way down with cold water, do that 3-5 times before adding more watermelon and rosemary.

*A note on the water bottle method, you will not be able to get the watermelon and rosemary out so don’t use something you will want to keep unless it has a wide mouth.

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16. Cooling Peach Mint Water

When it is hot outside, and I mean HOT you need something that will cool you off, Mint does just that! Plus water naturally cools you off, like free air conditioning, and suppresses your appetite to help you lose weight just like the peaches in this recipe. Can you think of anything better than to sit outside reading a book with some Peach Mint water? I feel relaxed just thinking about it.

This combo is light and refreshing, if you prefer it sweeter drop a couple of peach slices into your cup it really intensifies the peach flavor, you can also add a splash of vanilla to add sweetness to the pitcher as well. I use frozen peaches, the slicing, pitting, and removing of the skins is too labor-intensive for me, if you choose to use fresh peaches do all that, place in a bag, and freeze before making this.

Makes 1 pitcher refill up to 8 times

  • 1 long sprig of Mint, or a handful of leaves you can tie together with kitchen twine
  • 10 frozen Peach Slices, plus more to garnish (optional)
  • Water and Ice

I found that leaving the mint leaves on the sprig was easier and I got less debris in my drink that way too.  Drop peaches in your pitcher, then the mint, top with ice and water, and place in the fridge for 4 hours or overnight. Serve in a wine glass*, garnish with a frozen peach slice (also acts as an ice cube) you can refill the pitcher up to 8 times, or until the flavor dissipates.

* I use this trick often, I place my water in a pretty wine glass or in my fancy Stella glass. If you try this you might just trick yourself into thinking you are indulging. My favorite thing to do it put fizzy water in my Tiffany Champagne Flutes, I feel like I am having my all-time favorite drink but it is zero calories and good for me.

 

17. Day Spa Apple Cinnamon Water

Did you know both apples and cinnamon raise your metabolism? Try this now-famous Apple Cinnamon Water drink, and any day can feel like fall.

Fuji and Honey Crisp apples work best as they are the sweetest. Keep in mind this drink has a hint of flavor, should you want it stronger add more apples or slice them thinner.

The Original Day Spa Apple Cinnamon Water Recipe was created by Audrey Johns, founder of LoseWeightbyEating.com and author of this website.

Makes 2 liters, re-fill water 3-4 times before replacing apples and cinnamon.

INGREDIENTS:

  • 1 Apple thinly sliced, I like Fuji but pick your favorite
  • 1 Cinnamon Stick

DIRECTIONS:

Drop apple slices in the bottom of the pitcher (save a few to drop in your glass later) and then the cinnamon stick, cover with ice about 1/2 way through then with water. Place in the fridge for 1 hour before serving.

LASTS FOR 24 HOURS IN THE FRIDGE.

 

18. Strawberry and Tangerine Fruit Infused Water

Fruits that are high in Vitamin C are big metabolism boosters! One of my favorite combos is Strawberry and Tangerine Fruit Infused Water, both hot and cold this is a delicious drink.

Try to drink a gallon a day for fast weight loss, all of my zero-calorie drinks count in the “gallon a day,” as does good old fashioned water. Just stay away from the chemical powders and drops, use what’s from nature to lose weight.

I recently came across dried strawberries, which means I can have this all year long but if you can’t find them don’t fret, just slice fresh or frozen strawberries and plan on using a fine-mesh sieve, coffee filter, or tea bag as they might fall apart.

Makes 1 pot of tea or 1 liter of cold drink-

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup dried or fresh sliced strawberries
  • The rind of one tangerine- try to get little to none of the white pith-
  • Water

There are three ways to make Strawberry and Tangerine Fruit Infused Water, put it all in the teapot, or make individual cups. It all depends on your willingness to wash your teapot. I have also included a cold version of this delicious drink.

Teapot instructions- Place the tangerine rind and strawberries into a teapot, cover with water and bring to a boil. To serve cover the nose of your teapot with a coffee filter or use a fine-mesh sieve over your teacup to avoid strawberry pulp.

Individual tea cups- Boil water, add in 1/4 of the rind and a tablespoon of dried strawberries. Allow the strawberries to plump up and just as they start to fall apart (about 3 minutes) use a fork to scoop them out and discard them. Leave the rind in the teacup for both added flavor and beauty.

Make it cold- Boil 3 cups (or as much as your teapot will hold) of water making the “tea pot instructions” let it cool with the fruit left in then strain into a 1-liter jug discarding the strawberries. Top with water until it is full, pluck out the tangerine rind, rinse and add to your pitcher then place in the fridge to cool. Serve over ice and drink up. If you want to do a bigger batch just double the recipe.

Nutritional Info for Strawberry and Tangerine Fruit Infused Water:
  • Calories: 0
  • Fat: 0
  • Fiber: 0
  • Protein: 0
  • Carbs: 0

 

19. Honeydew Mojito Workout Water

This vitamin C-rich Honeydew Mojito Workout Water is sure to keep your metabolism going strong. In addition, the mint will help cool you down after a hot workout.

Make this Honeydew Mojito Workout Water in a water bottle and take it with you!

Makes one 1 liter water bottle

Ingredients:

  • 4 mint leaves
  • ½ cup honeydew melon, sliced into sticks
  • ½ lime, thinly sliced into rings or stick

If the bottle is full, pour out some water to make room for the fruit. If empty, add the fruit first. Add the mint, squeezing the leaves slightly to release the oils. Next, add the melon chunks. Curl up lime rings to fit into the mouth of the bottle. Top with water and place in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. Refill with water when the mixture is halfway consumed. You can refill the bottle 3-5 times before replacing fruit.

*A note on the water bottle method: You may not be able to get the ingredients out if you use a traditional water bottle. For re-use, I recommend using a water bottle with a wide mouth for easier extraction of ingredients.

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