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  • Lorie Martin | The Millionaire American Princess

    Homemade Vitamin Water: thinly sliced fruit, water, ice, chill, drink!

  • Wendy McGrew Brown

    Naturally Flavored Water, fruit infused water. Yummy recipes for children, no sugar, but tasty. Alternative to soda pop or other sugary drinks.

  • Susie Korfits Chitwood

    Flavored Water You Can make SPRING CLEANSE ~ YOUR BODY ~ If you really want to cleanse your body, then DRINK, DRINK, DRINK. Here are 8 home made vitamin water recipes to help you keep the water flowing! As a rule, you should try to avoid as much as possible industrial food and beverages

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Naturally Flavored Water — An easy formula for making an endless variety of fruit and herb infused waters. Say goodbye to soda, juice, and bottled water with these refreshing, healthy “spa water” flavors!

Yummy mocktails -Lemon Lavender Water 3 large lemons, sliced 1/4 cup fresh lavender 1 half-gallon of water Add lemon slices and lavender to pitcher; pour water over both and refrigerate for 2 hours. Serve over ice and garnish with a sprig of lavender.

slice up anything and throw it in a pitcher of water = refreshing good..

LOTS of flavored water ideas and links! 5. Watermelon Rosemary Flavored Water (lovely flavor combo). Add a sprig of rosemary to jar and muddle gently (rosemary releases a strong flavor without much muddling). Add watermelon cubes; twist and press gently to release juices. Fill jar with ice cubes, add water to the top, stir, cover and refrigerate.

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Spa Water Recipes (This one looks like cucumber, strawberry, lemon, mint, and grapefruit)

Summer ice for water or sprite or white wine!

A CUP OF JO: Three flavored waters

flavored water recipes - combinations of herbs like mint with fruit or cucumber slices

There is something about warmer weather that makes me want to drink all the flavored beverages ever. Somehow, it seems like plain ole water just doesn’t do the trick when it’s 75 degrees like it did when it was blizzarding back in January. If I’m being totally honest, what I really want is a really …