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Melons & Mint Cooler - Kids love this fruit infused water!

Ingredients:

1/2 honeydew melon  cubed or balled in to 1 inch pieces 1 pound seedless watermelon cubed or balled in to 1 inch pieces 1 cantaloupe, peeled, seeded, cubed or balled in to 1 inch pieces 1/2 cup fresh mint leaves  

Directions:

With a large melon baller, scoop from honeydew melon, cantaloupe and watermelon into a large glass pitcher.  Add water.   Stir to combine and refrigerate 1 hour (or up to overnight). To serve, add ice.  You may add mint sprigs or sliced fruit to the serving glasses as an added touch.
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All of these are so beautiful. Presentation means so much and really adds to the enjoyment of spa water. Every recipe here is gorgeous and easy to make. We really just need to take time to enjoy our hydration. It truly can be life changing, help our mood and our figure by hydrating us, saving us from sugar and caffeine and, when done right, giving us a moment of reflection and peace. The recipes on this page are all anyone will need, but if anyone wants to learn more about spa water, here's a link to a video that got me started. Spa Water Recipes
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Strawberry Lemon Fruit Infused Iced Tea

What I used:

10 Large Strawberries

2 Whole lemons Sliced

Bay Leaves for aesthetics

Teavana Stawberry Lemonade Tea

Directions:

Boil water and let the tea steep for about 3 minutes. You just want a hint of the flavor and nothing too strong since you will be adding your own fresh fruit.

Slice the strawberries and lemons and place in to pitcher and chill for about 3 hours

Add Ice and serve! Enjoy
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Spa Water - a beautiful display for a wedding!
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Lemon Ginger Infused Water


Sip this Lemon Ginger Infused Water all day long for a simple beauty drink that greatly benefits your digestion.

Ingredients
1 organic lemon
3″ peeled ginger root
66 oz pure, filtered water

Instructions
Slice the lemon into 1/4″thick rounds and drop into a pitcher. If there is any pulp left in the ends of the lemon, squeeze the juice into the pitcher as well. Thinly slice the peeled ginger root and add to the pitcher. Top with filtered water and infuse for 30 minutes or more before drinking.

Author: Jolene Hart
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Easy! Fresh Pineapple cut in to squares, A few oranges sliced thin. A skewer with some extra pineapple on top to nibble on. I added little tags to all of the pitchers so guests would know what they were. Used extra bulky yarn to wrap around the pitcher.
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Product review for Chef'N kitchen utensils. I found them helpful for making spa water.
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Spa Ice Cubes. The boiling water really keeps them clear! Mini muffin pan gives a cooler look that a regular ice cube tray. Add the fruit of your choice!
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Rosemary Cucumber Spa Water
IngredientsServes 7 servings

10 slices slicing cucumber
1 fresh rosemary (branch)
water
1 Cut 10 cucumber slices and one branch of rosemary
2 Put the cucumber and rosemary in a pitcher.
3 Fill the pitcher with water and refrigerate for 24 hours before serving
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Ingredients


1 cup sugar
1/4 cup fresh anise hyssop or mint leaves
1/2 cup hard apple cider*
1/2 cup brewed black tea, cooled
Apple wedges for garnish $
Preparation

1. Put sugar and 1 cup water in a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave until very warm, then stir to dissolve sugar. Add anise hyssop, cover bowl, and set aside about 1 hour. Strain syrup.
2. Fill 2 glasses with ice and add 2 tbsp. syrup to each. Pour in cider and tea. Garnish each with an apple wedge. Chill remaining syrup to use another time.
*Find in grocery stores alongside beer.
Note: Nutritional analysis is per serving.
Lucy Leahy, Oakland, CA, Sunset
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