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6 Refreshing Flavored Water Recipes to Keep Summer Alive!

Even if school has started in many places, summer doesn’t officially end until Labor Day. And where I live in California, September and October are usually our warmest months of the year! In the spirit of making summer last a little longer, today I’m sharing 6 refreshing flavored water recipes to help keep summer alive!

  • Oh So Refreshing! 1 of 7
    6 flavored water recipes

    I love a good flavored water. There is just something so fresh and bright about a water with a little (or a lot!) of added flavor.

  • Sassy Water 2 of 7
    sassy water

    This magical water is infused with essential oils for a refreshing and healthful drink!

    Make Sassy Water

  • Watermelon Agua Fresca 3 of 7
    watermelon agua fresca

    When I think of flavored waters, watermelon agua fresca is always the first thing that comes to mind. This is one of my favorite flavored waters around!

    Make Watermelon Agua Fresca

  • Tamarind Water 4 of 7
    tamarind water

    The tamarind in this water makes it refreshingly tart and sweet at the same time!

    Make Aqua de Tamarindo

  • Cucumber Strawberry Water 5 of 7
    agua de fresa y pepino

    What better way to remember the flavors of summer than with a strawberry and cucumber infused water?

    Make Agua De Fresa Y Pepino Cucumber Strawberry Water 

  • Simple Cucumber Water 6 of 7
    cucumber water

    I will take cucumber in my water over lemon any day!

    Make Simple Cucumber Water from This Week for Dinner

  • Pink Coconut Water Frosty 7 of 7
    pink coconut water frosty

    This watery treat uses the ever-popular ingredient coconut water. 

    Make Pink Coconut Water Frosty

Read more from Jane at This Week for DinnerKitchen Tunage and The Spoiler Alert. For more updates, follow Jane on FacebookTwitter and Pinterest!

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