Pineapple Cucumber Infused Water – Light and refreshing for a hot summer day. This drink is easy to make and Whole30 compliant.
Following yesterday’s list of 5 Whole30 Summer Drinks, I wanted to share another recipe for a simple infused water. Pineapple and cucumber are a great flavor combination and combined together make a super refreshing drink.
How to Make Pineapple Cucumber Infused Water
Like the recipe for the Basil Strawberry Infused Water, you’ll need a jar or pitcher to combine the ingredients. Anything from a mason jar to a sports water bottle will work. I use a 32 oz mason jar and refill the water throughout the day. The pineapple and cucumber will hold up in the water for 1-2 days and provide a subtle hint of flavor.
Carbonated or Still Water
For this drink, you can use either carbonated or still water. Still can be made ahead of time. Carbonated will need to be served sooner to prevent it from becoming flat. To increase the flavor, muddle, or smash, the fruit in your glass, with a pestle or fork, before adding the water to help extract more flavor.
Carbonated Water to Try
Infused Water Variations
The possibilities are endless when it comes to infused water. Here are a few recommendations to try:
- Coconut water and pineapple
- Lemon and Lime
- Mint and Lime
- Basil and Strawberry
- Mixed Berries
- Cherries and Lime
- Cucumber and Mint
Other Recipes to Try
If you like the pineapple cucumber water, try my basil strawberry infused water.
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