Mint Infused Water with Peaches

When it is hot outside, and I mean HOT you need something that will cool you off, Mint Infused Water with Peaches does just that! Plus water naturally cools you off, like free air conditioning, and suppresses your appetite to help you lose weight just like the peaches in this recipe.

Can you think of anything better than to sit outside reading a book with some Mint Infused Water with Peaches? I feel relaxed just thinking about it.

This combo is light and refreshing, if you prefer it sweeter drop a couple peach slices into your cup it really intensifies the peach flavor, you can also add a splash of vanilla to add sweetness to the pitcher as well.

For Mint Infused Water with Peaches I use frozen peaches because the slicing, pitting and removing of the skins it too labor intensive for me. If you choose to use fresh peaches do all that, place in bag and freeze before making this.

Special Tip: This recipe makes a great one to sip on all day, which can help you lose weight and feel healthier. To make it easier to take on the go, try out a fruit infused travel water bottle.

These portable water infusers are so inexpensive, but so helpful for drinking more water. They’re worth the $10-$20 investment in your health.

Makes 1 pitcher of Mint Infused Water with Peaches, refill up to 8 times.
  • 1 long sprig of Mint, or a handful of leaves you can tie together with kitchen twine
  • 10 frozen Peach Slices, plus more to garnish (optional)
  • Water and Ice

Get started:

Mint Infused Water with PeachesDrop peaches in your pitcher, then the mint, top with ice and water and place in fridge for 4 hours or overnight. Serve in a wine glass*, garnish with a frozen peach slice (also acts as a ice cube) you can refill the pitcher up to 8 times, or until the flavor dissipates. I found that leaving the mint leaves on the sprig was easier and I got less debris in my drink that way too.

Check out more zero calorie Flavored Waters here in my Fruit Infused Water Book. My Apple Cinnamon Water is especially good as is my Mango Basil Water.

* I use this trick often, I place my water in a pretty wine glass or in my fancy Stella glass. If you try this you might just trick yourself into thinking you are indulging. My favorite thing to do it put fizzy water in my Tiffany Champagne Flutes, I feel like I am having my all time favorite drink but it is zero calories and good for me.

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13 thoughts on “Mint Infused Water with Peaches”

  1. Amelia Barnes

    I have become addicted to your waters!! Today I branched out and tried raspberry apple, it was great! Thanks for sharing all of these!

  2. Thank you! They are fun to experiment with, especially when you drink over a gallon of water a day! Changing it up is key.


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