Quick & easy flavoured water

quick and easy flavoured water

  • fresh lemon and lime

  • 1 orange

  • 1 handful strawberries or raspberries

  • 1 handful fresh mint

  • lemon or lime juice

  • cucumber

It only takes a second to turn a plain jug of water into something much more exciting. Chuck in a few handfuls of ice then try any one of these simple things:



Add a few slices of fresh lemon or lime.

Quarter an orange, squeeze in all of the juice, then toss in the squeezed quarters for color and extra flavour.

Mash up a handful of strawberries or raspberries with a fork then add to the jug and stir through.

Scrunch a handful of fresh mint in your hands to get the flavour going then add that to the jug with a squeeze of lemon or lime juice. If you're feeling a bit adventurous, add a few slices of cucumber too. It might sound strange, but it is seriously refreshing.

Quick & easy flavoured water

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Instead of lemonade and bottled stuff, try these tips to create delicious homemade flavoured water
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It only takes a second to turn a plain jug of water into something much more exciting. Chuck in a few handfuls of ice then try any one of these simple things:

Add a few slices of fresh lemon or lime.
Quarter an orange, squeeze in all of the juice, then toss in the squeezed quarters for color and extra flavour.
Mash up a handful of strawberries or raspberries with a fork then add to the jug and stir through.
Scrunch a handful of fresh mint in your hands to get the flavour going then add that to the jug with a squeeze of lemon or lime juice. If you're feeling a bit adventurous, add a few slices of cucumber too. It might sound strange, but it is seriously refreshing.

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