5 Best Fruit-Infused Water Recipes To Drink Instead Of Soda


It is well known high sugary drinks are bad for our health as they have high in calories. Caffeinated drink like soda and coffee are not good source of well hydration, instead fruit-infused waters are best for it. Fruit-infused waters are easy to make, and it is well nutritious, and refreshing. It is also known as vitamin water as it made with the combination of fruits, herbs and vegetables with water.

Just replace your sugary drink including soda today with these 5 low calorie, healthy, delicious and easy to make fruit-infused water recipes.


Strawberry Lemon Basil Water


4-6 strawberries, hulled and quartered
1/2 lemon, sliced
Small handful of basil, scrunched
Ice and cold filtered water


-Fill a pitcher to the top with ice and fruit.
-Slightly scrunch up the basil and cover with cold filtered water.
-Let the water infuse at least 1 hour in the refrigerator.

Strawberry, Lime, and Cucumber


8 large strawberries
1 cucumber
2 limes


-Slice the limes, cucumber and strawberries
-Put them into a large container/pitcher of water
-Cover and let sit in the fridge over night

Watermelon Mint Water


Fresh mint


Add melon and mint to a pitcher and then fill with water.
Allow fruit to soak for 2-8 hours in the fridge.

Rosemary and Grapefruit


1 cup chipped ice
4 slices fresh grapefruit
1 sprig fresh rosemary
1¼ cup cold water


-Place ice in tall glass; set aside.
-Combine grapefruit and rosemary in large cocktail shaker.
-Mash well with back of a wooden spoon or muddler.
-Stir in water; cover and shake.
-Strain into ice-filled glass and enjoy.

Kiwi cocktail


3-4 ripe kiwis, peeled and thinly sliced
2 quarts filtered or spring water


-Add the sliced kiwis to a 64-ounce Mason jar or pitcher.
-Add the filtered water.
-Refrigerate until cold and enjoy.

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