Ever wondered how to make cucumber water? This recipe is basically going to teach you everything you need to know when it comes to cucumber-infused-water. Smooth, subtle, and refreshing, this beverage will certainly quench ANY thirst!
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
This infused water recipe is AMAZING because of how simple it is! Perfect for a sunny day (or overcast), this cucumber infused water is literally one-of-a-kind. It’s ready in minutes, and quite frankly, it is so stress-free. We love it.
Cucumbers promote hydration and contain various nutrients that are so great for both the body and mind. If you’ve hated drinking water before, well, here’s your trick. Why not take care of your body?
What You Need
- Two cucumbers
- A pitcher
- A lot of water!
How to Make This Recipe
- Thinly slice the cucumbers. Once the cucumbers have been sliced, place them inside a pitcher.
- With filtered water, gently fill the cucumbers and pitcher with water all the way to the top of the brim. Stir the cucumbers around. Allow to chill for at least 20 minutes prior to enjoying.
- Serve with sparkling water, lemon, raspberries, blueberries, or rosemary!
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- 2 cucumbers thinly sliced
- 10 cups water roughly, this was for an 80 oz pitcher
- Thinly slice the cucumbers. Once the cucumbers have been sliced, place them inside a pitcher. With filtered water, gently fill the cucumbers and pitcher with water all the way to the top of the brim.
- Stir the cucumbers around. Allow to chill for at least 20 minutes prior to enjoying. Serve with sparkling water, lemon, raspberries, blueberries, or rosemary!
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