Diy Infused Waters

Great for keeping you hydrated this summer.

Good morning guys,

How are you doing this summer?!

If you’re not drinking enough water already this post is definitely for you. With the Kenyan summer in full swing staying hydrated is important. So for today’s post i’m taking it back to basics with nature’s finest; H20 and natures fruits and herbs. If you’ve been keeping up with me on snapchat you’ll know I love drinking infused water during my workouts, especially the mint and lemon infusion. It’s so refreshing, hydrating and tastes so much better than basic water.

These three infused waters give you a natural energy boost, hydrate your body throughout the day and are loaded with antioxidants, vitamins and minerals from the fruit. Not to mention they’re so pretty!!… So who wouldn’t want to drink water if it came looking like that!

Ingredients

1. Citrus Burst
1/2 Orange Sliced
1/2 Lemon Sliced
1/2 Lime Sliced
1/2 Cucumber Sliced
1 Litre water

2. Strawberry Melon Fiesta
1/2 Cup Strawberries
1/2 Cup Watermelon Chunks
Fresh Mint
1 Litre water

3. Lemon & Mint Cooler
1/2 Lemon Sliced
6-8 Slices Cucumber
Handful Fresh Mint
1 Litre water

Method:

Simply start by thoroughly washing your fruit then slice them into wedged or disks. Pop them in a bottle or jug and top it up with drinking water and fresh mint.

Store it in the fridge for at least 3 hrs or overnight to infuse then enjoy a refreshing drink the next day. Plus you can eat the fruit once you’re done drinking the water just like a snack on the go!

Drinking water made fun!

Tip : You can refill the same bottle twice but be sure to change the fruit after 48hrs especially the citrus or it will get bitter. Lastly drink more water it’s good for you:)

Happy drinking!

Yours’

Dine With Jemutai

Sylvia Jemutai
Sylvia Jemutai

Sylvia Jemutai is a food and lifestyle photographer, writer, food stylist, and designer based in Nairobi. Exploring life through delicious food and photography one plate at a time. With a fondness for delicious home cooked meals, mammoth salads and occasional dessert for breakfast.