19 Ways to Drink More Water Without Even Knowing It

Pineapple Peach Mango Water

While waiting for summer and fresh fruit, try using a cheaper alternative — frozen fruit. The flavor will be just as delicious and you don’t even have to cut anything! Just add water, for realz!

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  • Frozen Fruit Mix
  • 2 Peaches
  • Water
  • Jug


The steps are simple. Just add the bag of frozen fruit to your jug/cooler, cut up the fresh peaches and add them in too (for extra peach flavor), fill with water, and let sit overnight! In the morning you’ll wake up to fresh peachy goodness.

 Strawberry Mango Water

Since both strawberries and mangoes are fragrant fruit, this infused water smells as good as it tastes. Mangoes and strawberries contain all kinds of vitamins that promote good eyesight, which is perfect for those of us who live in front of a computer screen.

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  • 1 cup of fresh, ripe mango – cubed
  • 1/2 cup fresh strawberries – quartered
  • 2 quarts of water
  • ice


  1. Add mango cubes, strawberry quarters (about 6 strawberries) to a pitcher. Cover with water and let steep in the refrigerator for about 4 hours.
  2. Serve over ice for a subtle fragrant fresh beverage!


The fruit swells from the water. If serving more than 8 hours from the time you make it, I recommend replacing the fruit in the pitcher with fresh fruit for a more visual appealing presentation.

 Pineapple Mint Water

Pineapple sports a tropical kick, but it is also a superfood with digestive benefits and immune support.

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Add a sprig of mint to the jar–you can throw in the whole sprig; or, remove the leaves from the sprig, if you prefer to have the mint swimming around and distributing in the jar. Muddle the mint–the goal is to bruise the leaves and release their flavor–don’t pulverize them into bits. Add pineapple pieces, press and twist with the muddler to release juices. Add ice to the top and then water. Stir, cover, and refrigerate.

 Blackberry Sage Water

Don’t be afraid of adding savory herbs to your water. The flavor is milder than you think, and it is the perfect compliment to the sweetness of the fruit.

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  • 1/4 cup blackberries
  • 2 fresh sage leaves
  • 2 cups plus 1 tbsp. cold sparkling water


  1. Put blackberries and sage in a large cocktail shaker. Add 1 tbsp. water; mash well with a muddler or end of a wooden spoon.
  2. Stir in sparkling water, cover, then strain into an ice-filled glass (for a clearer drink, pour through cheesecloth).

 Grapefruit Water

Grapefruit kickstarts your metabolism and does amazing things for your skin. Put the grapefruit slices in the water the night before to get the maximum amount of flavor.

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  • 1 red grapefruit, sliced
  • 24 oz water


  1. Put grapefruit slices into a 32oz mason jar.
  2. Fill with water.
  3. Put lid on and put in fridge overnight or at least 30 minutes prior to drinking.
  4. Enjoy!


You can refill water throughout day and let sit 30 minutes for the water to infuse the fruit. At the end of the day you can either eat the fruit or toss out.

 Pineapple Orange Water With Ginger

Ginger is amazing for helping with nausea, so if you’re pregnant, this may be your new favorite drink.

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  • 1/2 cup cubed pineapple
  • 1/2 orange, sliced
  • 1 tablespoon freshly grated ginger
  • 1-quart jars
  • Water
  • Wooden spoon
  • Agave or another sweetener (optional)


  1. Place pineapples, oranges and ginger in bottom of a jar and muddle with a wooden spoon. (That basically means mash up fruit to release some of the flavor-filled juices.)
  2. Fill jar with water and give it a taste. (You can also fill jar with seltzer water for a fizzy treat.) If you’d like something a bit sweeter, add some agave and mix until dissolved.
  3. Enjoy as-is or refrigerate overnight for maximum flavor.

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