When you think of summer fruits, watermelon is most likely the first thing that comes to mind. Nothing beats a cold slice of this fruit on a hot day. Now that the sun is blazing, we're adding our favorite fruit to our water for an ultra-hydrating and refreshing drink.
The recipe is simple.
- Cut your watermelon into large chunks and cucumbers into slices.
- Fill a pitcher or mason jar with the watermelon, cucumbers, and mint leaves
- Fill it up with cold or room temperature water from your water dispenser.
- Place it in the refrigerator and allow it to chill for at least 4 hours. (For a stronger taste, leave it overnight)
- Remove the watermelon, cucumber, and mint from the pitcher/jar.
- Add fresh watermelon, cucumber, and mint for decoration.
Beyond tasting ahh-mazing, this recipe has a number of health benefits.
Watermelon adds electrolytes to your water.
Cucumbers are high in electrolytes, potassium, Vitamin A, Vitamin B, and Vitamin C.
Read: Water for Wellness: How to Make Detox Water
Mint improves digestion and enhances the taste.
When the weather is hot, the refreshing taste and added electrolytes will keep you hydrated and cool. Cheer to watermelon-infused water! Enjoy!
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