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Tip: Water with fruit and herbs
Fruit Water. Water with fruit from a water dispenser Liverpool, when do they give it in my favourite cafes and on my favourite terraces? I would rather pay for it Home water with fruit is already quite cheap! And do not forget, very well against the thirst. And livestock is much less boring than ordinary water. I have not been drinking soft drinks for years. There are too many sugars in me, but you also never see the artificial sugars from the light soda industry. Fruit drinks are, even if you do not see them, rich in sugar (and therefore in calories), and a whole day is too long for just soft drinks. I like to drink tea and my guilty pleasure is a latte. But in the summer I prefer to drink cold drinks! And yet with a tasty bite. Well, make water with fruit yourself. And luckily that is very easy! And good for your wallet. I once posted my 10 free recipes for fruit water. That became a direct hit last year. But sometimes I miss the so-called bite myself. Only fruit juice is fainting and gin and tonic are not the most responsible alternative. However, my fruit water may look like a gin and tonic, because the gin and tonic marketers have understood that the eye also wants something. Great tasting water made from your own tap from a water dispenser in Liverpool. And adding herbs to my fruit water I also have a bit of this trend. Here you will find my best water with fruit and herbs, if you also have a nice or beautiful photo, would you like to share it with me? Actually, I should drink more water.
Water with fruit and herbs starts with a good base
Honest is honest, aim together what you think is tasty and you're already a long way as a recipe designer: fruit, vegetables, herbs, spices and edible flowers. Better health with Prestige Water. Water with minerals from a water dispenser in Liverpool.
- Fruit: watermelon, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, berries, citrus fruit
- Vegetables: cucumber, fennel, carrot, celery
- Herbs: mint, rosemary, thyme, basil, coriander
- Spices: cinnamon sticks, vanilla pods, clove, cardamom, ginger, star anise, lemongrass
- Edible flowers: lavender, rose petals, citrus blossom, violets
Apple cinnamon water
Apple with cinnamon is a delicious flavour combination, not for nothing the basis for an apple pie: fizzy and spicy at the same time!
- Cut a piece of apple into slices and crush it with a mortar or pestle. Or easy: with a fork. That way the taste comes loose
- Pour water and add 2 or 3 cinnamon sticks
- It takes some time for water to take in the flavour of herbs, so leave it in the fridge for a few hours to ensure that the taste goes well into the water
- Have the apple slices turned brown? Do not worry: take them out and replace them with fresh ones before you serve them because that just looks better
Blueberry lemon mint water
- What applies to all the fruits, applies to berries in particular: if you do not crush blueberries, it gives no taste to your water from a water dispenser Liverpool.
- Crunch a few blueberries well so that they easily give off a taste of the water
- Add a few sprigs of mint and some slices of lemon
- Let stand in the fridge for a few hours or rather for an entire night
- With serving just add a few whole berries, and then you still have a beautiful can to see.
Blueberry lavender water
- Water with fruit. My favourite!
- Add a lot of crushed blueberries to the water
- Add 5 to 8 lavender flowers (just pick them from your garden). Tip: if you plant lavender, take out the flowers every year. This can also let you dry. So you can do lavender throughout the year through your fruit water or use it to make the tea yourself.
- Let stand for several hours
- Order with ice cubes for a wonderfully refreshing summer drink! Tip: put some blueberries or lavender in your ice cubes. You can just let that freeze and look great!
Lemongrass mint water
- lemongrass mint water Lemon grass is super spicy and is used a lot in the oriental kitchen. In fruit water, it is much underexposed. Healthy drinking water from a water dispenser in Liverpool. What is sin, it gives a surprisingly spicy taste to fruit water.
- In combination with the fresh mint flavour, you really put something special to your guests.
- If you let lemon grass grow too long (the same applies to ginger for example), then you can extract fruit water very spicy. No problem: add a little raw honey and your fruit water has been restored!
- Do you not find a lemongrass stalk much more fun to the eye than a spoon? I always have the same thing with celery sticks: the edible spoons in a smoothie.
Citrus star anise water
- Citrus star anise water Let star anise draw a night in water and you get an amazingly full flavour. I also do not understand why star anise does not receive much attention in the fruity madness. Apart from a full taste star anise also gives a festive look to your glass, judge for yourself! Hot and cold water from a water dispenser in Liverpool.
- Moose citrus fruit such as (blood) orange or red grapefruit, add star anise and ice cream, and your fruit water does not linger for a good gin and tonic. With such a beautiful look, you naturally also take your festive glasses out of the cupboard! Festive drinking without alcohol. you can always treat yourself! Lemon juice in your water - is super healthy.
Cranberry star anise lime water
- Water with fruit. Cranberries are poorly available as fresh fruit, and certainly not all year round, but for this, I have discovered the deep freeze department of the supermarket!
- Cranberries give a fresh sour taste to fruit water
- Combine it with a little bit of raw honey or star anise to make the taste milder or slightly sweeter if you prefer
- Garnish with a slice of lime as a nice colour accent
Grapefruit rosemary water
- Fruit water grapefruit rosemary Ever, since I was 20 years old, I learned to eat red grapefruits. I was on holiday in California and there I tasted for the first time how they should taste: fresh, slightly sour, delicious. I've been crazy since then! But I will never, never, never use unripe supermarket grapefruit.
- With a few sprigs of rosemary, your grapefruit water becomes even fuller in flavour. Rosemary must be able to withdraw overnight to give off taste. If you do not have that time, use some hot water (which you then cool with ice cubes) or crush it well with a mortar.
- cinnamon water Have you ever tried cinnamon water? Delicious!
- Put boiled, hot water in a jug and add some cinnamon sticks
- Let this cool down naturally and then put it in the refrigerator overnight
- You will be surprised by the taste
- Add a few drops of raw honey or vanilla
Cucumber mint dill water
- cucumber-mint. One of the easiest waterfalls from our own garden!
- Cut some mint and dill from the garden, add some cucumber slices, and let it set in for a few hours and this fresh vegetable water is ready!
Mandarin basil water
- mandarin-basil-water Mandarin, what a sensational difference in your water compared to the familiar orange!
- Note: it is also the case with mandarins that you are good at crushing them. Simply adding mandarin parts to your water does not give off any taste. If necessary, cut at right angles to the segments, so that you get, as it were, a large cutting surface where the flavour is given to the water.
Watermelon coconut water
- watermelon coconut water Okay, here I am a bit of a cheater. In this recipe, I do not use water but coconut water. Coconut water is very thirst-quenching and especially in the summer, I like to use this! Note: do not buy coconut water from concentrate, that is only a waste of your money because coconut water has little to do with it. Nice and clean water from a water dispenser in Liverpool.
- Cut some pieces of ripe watermelon and add coconut water.
- The photo is a bit disappointing. Cut some nice slices and prick them on the edge of your glass or add them as a slice in the water, looks much better?