mix of raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries
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DIY Infused Berry Mint Water: Sip of the Season

Skip the Sugary Stuff…Take a Sip of Something Naturally Sweet!

  • Infused water has very few calories.
  • After infusing your water, you can still eat the fruit or herbs — or throw them in a smoothie.
  • Vitamin C and B are water soluble, so they seep into the water you drink.

Follow These Basic Guidelines…Then Get Creative!

  • Always thoroughly wash fruits and herbs before infusing.
  • Cool tap water is fine, or you can use sparkling water. You can even infuse juice or tea with new flavors!
  • Use glass — not plastic. Mason jars or recycled glass jars are great!
  • To prevent bacterial growth, infuse and store your water in the fridge — not at room temperature.
  • For a stronger taste, slice or muddle the fruits and/or herbs before pouring in the water.
  • Use your infused water within 4-5 days. Remember, keep it refrigerated!
refreshing berries, mint and ice
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Berry Mint Infused Water
INGREDIENTS (♥ = Fresh from the Catskills!)

1 handful of fresh strawberries, raspberries, or any other berry! 
1/4 cup of mint leaves (use less for a more subtle flavor) 
4 cups of water

  1. Wash and slice your berries.
  2. Wash and remove mint leaves from the stem.
  3. For a stronger flavor, muddle the berries and mint in a bowl using a wooden spoon (or gently mash using a fork).
  4. Place the berries and mint into a large glass container (or divide into smaller containers). Pour water over the mixture.
  5. Place your infused water in the fridge for 4-5 hours or even overnight for maximum flavor.
  6. You can strain the berries and mint prior to serving, or just keep them in the glass.

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Green Tea(Cooled)+Strawberries
Strawberries+Lemon…A healthier “lemonade”!
Add Muddled Strawberries to Your Orange Juice in the Morning