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Strawberry Sipper Flavored Water

Recipe Notes

To make mint leaf ice cubes:

  1. Place a thoroughly washed mint leaf into each ice cube tray hole.
  2. Fill the holes up half way with tap water and freeze solid.
  3. After the ice is set, fill the top half of the holes with water. This allows the mint leaves to be frozen in the middle of the ice cube instead of at the top.

Keep it Safe!  Do not mix batches of flavored water. Use it up, clean the container, then make a fresh batch.

 

Ingredients

3⁄4 cup
pureed strawberries, fresh or frozen and thawed
4 cups
cold water
1
tray regular or mint leaf ice cubes

Directions

  1. Combine strawberry puree and water in a pitcher.
  2. Add ice cubes.
  3. Stir well and serve immediately for best quality.
  4. Keep it cold to keep it safe and refrigerate any leftovers within 2 hours.

Notes

To make mint leaf ice cubes:

  1. Place a thoroughly washed mint leaf into each ice cube tray hole.
  2. Fill the holes up half way with tap water and freeze solid.
  3. After the ice is set, fill the top half of the holes with water. This allows the mint leaves to be frozen in the middle of the ice cube instead of at the top.

Keep it Safe!  Do not mix batches of flavored water. Use it up, clean the container, then make a fresh batch.

 

Photo of Strawberry Sipper Flavored Water
Prep time: 5 minutes (when ice cubes are ready)
Makes: 6 servings
Nutrition Facts: View Label
Last updated: 07/07/20

1 Comments for "Strawberry Sipper Flavored Water"

Delicious! To puree the strawberries (about 8 large strawberries equated to 3/4 cup for me), I cut them up into small pieces and blended with a splash of water quickly in my blender for a few seconds. This recipe tasted delicious with 12 leaves of fresh mint to make up for my lack of an ice cube tray :)