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Blueberry Lime Mint Infused Water

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Blueberry Lime Mint Infused Water is a refreshing and delicious drink that everyone can enjoy. This tasty infused water recipe is hydrating, loaded with antioxidants, and perfect for encouraging everyone to drink more water each day! 

Making infused water recipes are great for a few reasons: getting more water into your diet is important for overall health. Having flavored water recipes on hand also gets you some added antioxidant benefits when blueberries are involved!

I love making infused water recipes all year long, they encourage me to drink a lot of water which keeps me away from more sugary options! A win win recipe all the way around. Super simple to create and even easier to enjoy.

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pin showing the finished blueberry lime mint water recipe ready to enjoy.

For those of you who have never tired infused water recipes before you’ll want to create more and more once you try them. It’s a really simple process that I’ll break down for you step by step so you can see just how easy it is to make flavored water.

There’s lots of options and tons of flavor combinations that you can try. It’s a wonderful way to encourage not just yourself, but your whole family as well. Even kids love to enjoy a flavored water recipe, it’s fun!

The benefits of drinking more water have been shown time and time again. From lower risks for major health concerns to things as simple as avoiding cramping and dehydration, water is key!

a look at the finished blueberry lime mint infused water ready to enjoy

What are infused water recipes?

Infused water recipes are recipes that have fruit and herbs added to infuse the water with flavor. These recipes are usually made by muddling the fruit and herbs and then allowing them to soak in the fresh or sparking water.

After they soak you can stain the fruit and herbs out or you can leave them in, either way you’ll get the flavors and some of the antioxidants and nutrients included in those fruits during the infusion process.

a top down view of the finished blueberry lime mint infused water recipe.

Can I use sparkling water for infused water recipes?

You can easily use sparkling water when making infused water recipes. Look for plain and unsweetened sparkling water to use for your recipes.

If you prefer flat water you can just follow the recipe as instructed. For sparkling water you get a little more fizz with your infused water, both cases result in a delicious and hydrating treat everyone will love!

A look at a glass of the finished infused water recipe with blueberries and lime with mint.

How do I get the most mint flavor?

For more mint flavor, rub the leaves of the mint between your fingertips to release the oils.

You can adjust the amount of fruit & mint to your liking/size of glass or bottle. 

For getting more fruit flavor you can also do the same and muddle the fruit before you add it to the water recipe. It will look at little more unpleasant with the crushed fruit but the flavor will be much more intense!

a look at the finished blueberry lime infused water ready to drink.

What do I need to make blueberry infused water?

Apart from the obvious ice and water you will only need three ingredients to make this delicious infused water recipe. You will need some sliced lime, blueberries, and sprigs of mint!

That’s all it takes to make a delicious infused water recipe that everyone will enjoy. It’s a refreshing and lightly flavored blueberry lime mint infusion that creates a water recipe you will actually want to drink.

a close up view of the finished blueberry lime mint infused water ready to drink.

How to make a mint infused water recipe:

This recipe is super simple to make. You’ll love how easy it is and how delicious the final result is too! Try out this simple infused water recipe.

Blueberry lime mint infused water is great to try if you have never made infused water recipe before. It’s easy and only has about three steps to get you from plain old water to a tasty flavored water that you’ll guzzle down with no complaints!

In a glass of choice add the lime slices and blueberries. (more or less to your liking).

Add ice and cold water.

Then add fresh mint sprig.

Gently shake or stir and enjoy.

a few glasses of finished recipe for blueberry lime mint infused water.

Looking for more infused water recipes to try?

If you are looking for some more delicious infused water recipes you won’t want to miss out on these other refreshing and delicious options. They are all easy to make and great for the whole family. Getting more water into your diet doesn’t have to be difficult with recipes like these.

Don’t miss out on those posts about infusion pitchers and water bottles too. It’s a great way to make sure you have tasty water recipes on hand at all times.

another top down view of the finished blueberry infused water recipe.

If you have made it your goal to drink more water (good for you) it doesn’t have to be a struggle. Try out some of these recipes and water bottles to encourage yourself to drink more water.

Printable Recipe for Blueberry Infused Water:

Yield: 2 Servings

Blueberry Lime Mint Infused Water

Featured image showing the finished blueberry lime mint infused water recipe ready to enjoy.

Blueberry Lime Mint Infused Water is a refreshing and delicious drink that everyone can enjoy. This tasty infused water recipe is hydrating, loaded with antioxidants, and perfect for encouraging everyone to drink more water each day! 

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2-3 slices lime
  • 1/4 cup blueberries
  • 1 sprig of mint
  • ice
  • cold water

Instructions

  1. In a glass of choice add the lime slices and blueberries. (more or less to your liking).
  2. Add ice and cold water.
  3. Then add fresh mint sprig.
  4. Gently shake or stir and enjoy.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

2

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 45Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 8mgCarbohydrates: 14gFiber: 3gSugar: 4gProtein: 1g

I am not a medical expert. These calculations are provided as a courtesy.

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