23 of the Best Flavored Water Recipes
If you're trying to kick your soda habit to the curb, these flavored water recipes are here to help. From bright citrus to warm spices, these infused waters will be your new go-to beverages.
Wondering what is a good way to flavor water? Learn how to make flavored water with these easy infused water recipes.
Find more of our favorite lemon-infused water recipes.
Peachy Navel Infused Water
Get the sweet and fruity taste of a Fuzzy Navel without the schnapps. In a carafe combine water with fresh peach, orange and lime slices. After infusing overnight, serve chilled.
Cinnamon Apple Infused Water
For a fall-inspired infused water, add half a sliced Granny Smith apple, cinnamon stick and four allspice berries to a pitcher of water. Let sit overnight and then serve chilled.
Spring Lemon Verbena Infused Water
Combine 6 fresh lemon verbena sprigs, half a cup of fresh blueberries and water in a large pitcher for a light and herb-y infused water.
Sweet and Spicy Pear Infused Water
In a large pitcher, add a sliced pear, half a sliced peach, a tablespoon of fresh ginger and cover with water. After letting the ingredients steep overnight, serve chilled.
Questioning if you can use frozen fruit to infuse water? You definitely can, along with these other recipes that are made with frozen fruit.
Triple Berry Blast
In a large pitcher, cover half a cup of cut strawberries, raspberries and blackberries with cold water. Let sit in a fridge for 12-24 hours then enjoy.
Spiced Blood Orange Infused Water
Perfect on a fall or winter day, this infused water includes a sliced blood orange, 5 whole cloves and 2 whole star anise. After the ingredients have infused the water overnight, serve chilled.
Next, check out our most beautiful blood orange recipes.
Pear and Fennel Infused Water
To a large carafe, add half a sliced pear, 3 fresh rosemary sprigs, half a sliced fennel bulb and water. Serve with ice after steeping for 12-24 hours.
Mint Julep Infused Water
If you love this Kentucky Derby-staple, try it water form. Add a few slices of lemon, mint leaves, a tablespoon of ginger slices and water in a large pitcher. Let the ingredients sit overnight, then serve over ice.
Craving something a little harder? Here’s how to make a mint julep.