5 Easy Fruit-Infused Water Recipes

Infusing your water is an easy way to increase your daily water intake and makes drinking water not suck.Enjoy these 5 super easy and fun ways to infuse your water naturally so you can enjoy water PLUS check out my tips that worked for me to drink more water each day.


Prep Time 5 minutes, Cook Time 0 minutes

Set 3 hours,Servings 5 infused waters,Calories 3 kcal

Author Lacey Baier

Cucumber Mint Infused Water

1/3 cup roughly 6-8 thick slices english cucumber

1/3 cup fresh mint leaves

1 quart cold or room temperature water

Watermelon Basil Infused Water

1/3 cup watermelon cubes seedless

4-6 basil leaves

1 quart (4 cups) cold or room temperature water

Cherry Lime Infused Water

1/4 cup cherries pitted and sliced in half

4 slices lime seeds removed, with peel

1 quart (4 cups) cold or room temperature water

Blackberry Orange & Ginger Infused Water

6-8 blackberries

3-4 slices orange with peel

4-5 slices ginger peeled

1 quart (4 cups) cold or room temperature water


Strawberry Lemon Infused Water

4-5 strawberries halved

4-5 slices lemon seeds removed, with peel

1 quart (4 cups) cold or room temperature water


Add the fruit, spices, and/or herbs to the bottom of a sealable bottle or 1 quart mason jar.

Pour in cold water. Stir to mix well.

Let the water get infused at room temperature for 1-2 hours or refrigerated for about 3-4 hours before drinking it.(Infusing for up to 8 hours will make it pretty strong, if you prefer that.)

If you didnít get to drinking your water within 12 hours, I recommend removing the fruit at that point and storing without the fruit so the flavor doesnít become too powerful and overwhelming.Then, you could store it in the fridge for a couple days that way.

Recipe Notes

Nutrition facts provided are for the Cucumber Mint Infused Water, but all recipes are fairly equivalent.

5 Easy Fruit-Infused Water Recipes

Amount Per Serving (4 cups)

Calories 3Calories from Fat 9

% Daily Value*

Fat 1g 2%,†† Saturated Fat 1g 5%,Sodium 11mg 0%,Potassium 29mg 1%,Carbohydrates 1g 0%

Fiber 1g 4%,Sugar 1g 1%, Protein 1g 2%,Vitamin A 127IU 3%,Vitamin C 1mg 1%,Calcium 13mg 1%,Iron 1mg 6%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.