We love this Watermelon Berry Fruit Infused Water and it is easy to make. This Watermelon infused water is perfect for a hot summer day when you are needing a refreshing drink.
This Watermelon berry infused water is one of our favorite fruit infused waters. We keep fruit infused water in the fridge all the time during the spring and summer. I love adding watermelon to my water because the flavor really infuses well into the water.
You are going to want to make this fruit infused water ahead of time before you plan on drinking it. It is best to let this water sit for an hour before serving, so I like to prep mine the night before. Many times I make 2 pitchers worth because the kids drink it like crazy.
Now you can make this by using a fruit infusing water pitcher, however I don’t like to waste the fruit and I love having it float in my water to enjoy at the same time.
Watermelon Berry Fruit Infused Water
Watermelon Berry Fruit Infused Water Recipe
- 1/2 cup watermelon cut into pieces
- 1/2 cup raspberries
- 1/2 cup blueberries
- 1 gallon of water
- Just add the gallon of water in a pitcher or your favorite drink container, then add the fruit and let it sit for 1 hour. Enjoy!
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