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Nine great tips to make drinking water taste better

We all know how important it is to drink plenty of water and stay hydrated. But many of us just don’t find drinking regular water all that enjoyable.

The steps are easy to follow in all the ‘recipes’: just chop up the ingredients, slightly squeeze them to get the juice out, put them in some water and leave it in the fridge. You’ll need about 34 US fl. oz (one liter) of water, and the amount of ingredients can vary depending on your preferences.

1. Lemon and strawberry

Chop half a lemon into wedges, add a cup of chopped strawberries. Squeeze the juice out of the ingredients. Add a sprig of rosemary (optional) and pour in some water.

2. Orange, lime and lemon

Put all the ingredients, sliced up, into a jar. Squeeze the juice out, add some mint, then add the water.

3. Mint and pineapples

You’ll need only a cup of chopped pineapple for this one. Squash all the chunks, add a sprig of mint, and pour in the water.

4. Raspberry and lime

Cut one lime into wedges or rounds, add half a cup of raspberries, and pour in the water.

5. Blackberry and sage

Slightly squeeze a handful of blackberries and a couple of sage leaves together and add in some water.

6. Orange, ginger, and pineapple

You will need half a lemon, half a cup of sliced pineapple, and a tablespoon of ground ginger. Add all the ingredients into a jar, squash them together and pour in the water.

7. Watermelon and rosemary

Take a cup of cubed watermelon and mash it. Add a sprig of rosemary that will instantly release its juice. Don’t mix the ingredients too much as you may risk getting your drink tasting too much of rosemary. Then pour in the water.

8. Cucumber and mint

Chop half of a cucumber into rounds, slice up a lime, add fresh mint leaves, and pour in some water.

9. Fruit ice

This is a perfect recipe for lazy people. If you want a glass of water that’s seriously tasty and do so in just a few seconds, you can prepare some ice cubes with slices of different fruit, berries or mint beforehand. That way you’ll be able to cool the water quickly and give it a nice taste at any moment.

19 Insanely Genius Kids’ Snacks To Start The Summer Off Right

Solve the “Mom, can I have a snack?” problem this summer.

1. Pizza Crackers
Iconic. Recipe here.

2. Sour Patch Kids Grapes
HEL-LO, this snack is made of two ingredients and is healthier than the candy. Recipe here.

3. Olive Penguins
Adorable. Good for your kiddies. Recipe here.

4. Apple Sandwiches
Flawless as heck. Recipe here.

5. Watermelon Pops with Greek Yogurt
Greek yogurt = healthy snack. YES. Recipe here.

6. Italian Pepperoni Rollups
Basically the Italian version of those fancy party pinwheel snacks. Recipe here.

7. Whole Wheat Apricot Jam Granola Bars
Step aside, brand name bars. Recipe here.

8. Healthy Firecracker Popsicles
So delicious you’ll make one for yourself… or three. Recipe here.

9. Tulip Tomatoes
Almost too pretty to eat. Recipe here.

10. Strawberry Yogurt Popsicles
Did somebody say “delicious”?! Recipe here.

11. Whole Wheat Pita Chips with Yogurt
Put those potato chips away. Recipe here.

12. Energy Bites
These might be more for you, TBH. Recipe here.

13. Oatmeal Raisin Popcorn Bars
So beautiful we might cry. Recipe here.

14. Watermelon Strawberry Lime Slushie
*Heart eyes* Recipe here.

15. Tropical Frozen Yogurt Bars
Timeless. Recipe here.

16. Peanut Butter Snack Spread
Simple, yet effective. Recipe here.

17. Chocolate Covered Banana Bites
GENIUS. Recipe here.

18. Fruit Salsa with Cinnamon Chips
Too perf. Recipe here.

19. And Cheeseburger Dip
YOU CAN’T MAKE THIS STUFF UP. Recipe here.

WATERMELON STRAWBERRY LIME SLUSH

Watermelon and strawberry slush with a hint of lime for a refreshing summertime treat!

As the first watermelon enters the house, there is a rush of excitement.  Never seen out of season here, everyone gathers to fulfill their prolonged craving.  Three short months in New England, that’s pretty much it.

I actually had no plan to create slushies today, yet I found myself with a giant half watermelon completely frozen.


Because, well… it was in my freezer.

Apparently when you send a 9 year old boy down to the basement because the watermelon does not fit in the kitchen refrigerator, you need to give explicit instructions as to where said watermelon should go.


Which leads me to my advice regarding this drink.  It will make your life a heck of a lot easier if you cut the watermelon before freezing it.  Just in case you weren’t sure.

Watermelons take a really, really long time to defrost.

After hacking into that beautiful partially frozen monster, successfully avoiding a trip to the emergency room,  I tossed it in the blender with some lime juice.  It was good as is, but missing a little something.  In goes some strawberry puree leftover from recipe testing, and it added just the right touch.


I thought it was great, my husband thought it could be a little sweeter (I guess this is now a dessert drink).  So we compromised with just a teaspoon of sugar.  Totally optional, and I think it greatly depends on the sweetness of your watermelon.

Sugar or not, this is the perfect refreshing drink for a hot summer day.

INGREDIENTS
4 Cups Watermelon, Cubed and Frozen
½ Cup Strawberry Puree*
¼ Cup Lime Juice
1-2 Teaspoons Sugar, Optional

PREPARATION
1. Add watermelon, strawberry puree, and lime juice to a blender and puree until slush consistency. Taste and add 1-2 teaspoons sugar if desired for extra sweetness.

Tips
The strawberry puree can be made in the same blender with either fresh or defrosted frozen berries.

MORE DELICIOUS FRUIT RECIPES!








WATERMELON POPSICLES WITH GREEK YOGURT


Turn luscious watermelon into a divine, quick and easy refreshing snack for all day, any day with these watermelon pops.

I don’t know what it is but I feel so drawn to watermelons this time of year. Maybe it’s the pink and green colors that make watermelon look and feel like a happy treat. Or maybe it’s the sweetness or the fact that a slice of watermelon easily satisfies my thirst on these hot days. 

Watermelons are great not only fresh but in ice creams and popsicles too. The homemade watermelon popsicles are a great alternative to store bought sugar filled pops. These super-easy, fruity frozen watermelon pops have just 3 ingredients and are made in a snap.

These easy watermelon popsicles are the perfect summer treat for both kids and adults. They’re healthy, sugar-free, creamy, cool, and perfectly sweet.  Packed with all the goodness of fresh watermelon, these will quickly become a family favorite.

Store bought pops are fine and convenient but these popsicles are better for you and they cost a whole lot less. There are also no wrappers to throw out and you can make them quickly.

WATERMELON POPS RECIPE

INGREDIENTS
2 1/2 cups Watermelon (seedless or remove seeds first)
1 1/2 cup fat free thick Greek Yogurt
2 tablespoons honey

PREPARATION
1. Put watermelon in a blender or food processor and blend into a puree.

2. Strain with a fine sieve into a bowl.

3. Place watermelon juice back into the blender.

4. Add yogurt and blend well.

5. Add honey.

6. Pour into popsicle molds.

7. Freeze for at least 4 hr or until the popsicles are firm.

Tip
Remove pops by running the molds under hot water for about 10 seconds.



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