We’re headed into the home stretch of summer here and it seems like the days are getting hotter and hotter versus showing signs of cooling down. I’m still trying to focus on getting in plenty of water each and especially on the days when I spend a lot of time outside or get dragged to boot camp by my neighbor. One of my newest favorites (besides cucumber lemon thyme) is pineapple ginger infused water.
A lot of times, I call this spa water because it reminds of the type of water they serve when I go to the spa for a massage or pedicure. Some people prefer to call it detox water and that fits as well. Basically, call it whatever you want but you’ll love drinking it so it won’t matter what the name is.
There is no real “recipe” here because you can kind of just toss items into the pitcher of water and add more or less to suit your taste.
Pineapple Ginger Infused Water Ingredients:
Fresh ginger, peeled and cut into chunks
Let’s Make It:
1) Combine all ingredients in a pitcher. Refrigerate for at least 4 hours.
If you have trouble finding fresh pineapple, you can substitute the canned chunks packed in juice. Just drain them first.
It sounds so simple but you will be amazed at how much adding a little bit of flavor to water makes it so much easier to drink. I can seriously double my water intake if I have something like versus plain water. Of course, I’m using all natural and healthy ingredients to add flavor so I don’t have to worry about major calorie, sugar or fat increases.
What are some of your ways to get yourself to drink more water? Are you a big fan of infused water? I shared a few other infused water ideas that I use when I am finding it difficult to hit my water drinking goals!
This looks great! I’m a big fan of infused water, and water in general. I’ve never tried a pineapple ginger combo, but it sounds delicious and healthy! I know fresh ginger is great for soothing stomachs and aiding in digestion, which I can always use help with! Thank you for linking up with us at the best of the blogosphere!
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Shannah Coe says
Ginger is definitely great for helping sensitive stomachs.
Chelsea @ The Johnsons Plus Dog says
Yummy, that sounds great! Thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty – hope to see back again next week!
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Tammy @ creativekkids says
I have some pineapple in my refrigerator ring now! I’ll have to give it a try. It is such a pretty drink. Thank you for linking up to Creative K Kids’ Tasty Tuesdays Linky Party. I have pinned your recipe to our Tasty Tuesday’s Pinterest Board.
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