Infused sparkling water recipes are refreshing and healthy, and using sparkling water takes it to a party level! Here are many of my favorite combinations, and recipe for blueberries, lemon, mango, mint and even leafy green infused sparkling water!
Infused Sparkling Water Recipes GUIDE
Infused Sparkling Water Recipes! Sparkling water is magical. Infuse it with fresh produce and it becomes more magical.
Not only is the bubbliness fun and interesting to drink, but it’s quite easy to infuse it with fruits and veggies and herbs, taking it to soaring heights!
Most of the combinations I recommend here push abundant nutrients into the water, including antioxidants, vitamin C, anti-aging Vitamin A and potassium in particular. Most also add anti-inflammatory properties, as well as actually prevent water retention (it’s water, though, go figure!) and are strong detoxifiers.
How Can I Make My Own Sparkling Water?
Do you want to buy your sparkling water? Or do you want to make your own? To make your own sparkling water, you will have to carbonate it. Now, you ask, how do I carbonate my water? Glad you asked.
I use a home carbonator to make the sparkling water – it’s so much better on your wallet and the environment, but if you don’t want to buy a machine, go on and buy seltzer water at the store.
I also use this pitcher now. Not the one pictured. This one allows me to pour with the infused fruits/veggies within the water. It is incredibly convenient!
The addition of seltzer to infused water really makes already-special infused water, super special.
The infused sparkling water recipe featured here is Blueberries Lemon Zucchini and Dill – rich with antioxidants from the blueberries, vitamin C from lemon, anti-aging properties from the zucchini, and fresh flavor from the dill – put it all in seltzer water, and you have one bubbly refreshing pitcher!
Here are More Infused Sparkling Water Recipes
Another favorite combo of mine is Kiwi Strawberries Cucumber. In this combination, kiwi acts as a great system purifier, strawberries provide strong anti-aging support, and cucumbers de-bloat and detox.
And here are even more combos I love:
- -Strawberry Mango Mint
- -Peach Ginger Lemon balm
- -Lemon Strawberries Lavender
- -Watermelon Cucumber Basil
- -Blueberry Oranges Tarragon
- -Honeydew Lime Dill
- -Kiwi Strawberries Cucumber
Can I use Leafy Greens in Infused Water Recipes?
It may seem strange to push leafy greens into water to infuse, but it totally works, especially for sparkling water.
Use baby spinach or baby kale in leafy-green infused water. The baby type is important because the leaves are not as bitter as adult leaves. The best leafy greens for infused water are kale, chard and spinach.
Try leafy green infused water, you won’t be disappointed.
Here are a few nutrients you can expect from the baby-version of the following leafy greens in sparkling infused waters:
Kale is high in minerals such as folate, magnesium and potassium, which support in cell rejuvenation, blood purification, energy and DNA-building.
Chard is high in vitamins A and K and vitamin C.
Spinach is rich in folate, vitamin C, potassium, vitamins A and E, protein, fiber, zinc, thiamin, calcium, and iron.
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Infused Sparkling Water Recipes GUIDE
Infused sparkling water is refreshing and healthy, and using sparkling water takes it to a party level! In this post, I shared many of my favorite combinations. Here is my recipe for blueberries, lemon, zucchini and mint, and many other combinations, even leafy green infused sparkling water!
Base Sparkling Water Recipe
Choose One or Two Fruit/Veggies to Infuse
- 1 cup blueberries (frozen and crushed; fresh, chopped, crushed)
- 1 cup strawberries (frozen and crushed; fresh, chopped, crushed)
- 1 cup cherries (frozen and crushed; fresh, chopped, crushed)
- 1 cup chopped mango (frozen and crushed; fresh, chopped, crushed)
- 1 lemon (washed, lightly crushed)
- 5-10 mint leaves (washed, lightly crushed)
- 1/2 cup baby kale (washed, lightly crushed)
- 1/2 cup lemon balm (washed, lightly crushed)
- 1/2 cup baby chard (washed, lightly crushed)
- 1/2 cup baby spinach (washed, lightly crushed)
Make Each Recipe
Pour the seltzer water, ice and baobab into a pitcher.
Add in one or two of the fruit/veggie/leaf choices. Stir again.
Cover and refrigerate for one hour at least.
Of course you can drink it right away, but the water will be more nutrient-rich the closer to 12 hours you wait. And yes, you can eat the fruit as long as it seems fresh to you!
Enjoy this sparkling treat!
Dee Dine is the recipe developer and writer behind Green Smoothie Gourmet. She shares her super healthy wholesome recipes on her blog and her Instagram that she feeds her family and friends. She gravitates toward recipes that are fast to create, plant-based, nutritious, easy, and use familiar ingredients. And chocolate is always a good idea! More about Dee.