Infuse Flavor In Your Drinking Waters This Ramadan!

Exams are just around the corner and Little Man and Wise Man are already looking forward to their two months’ vacation that’ll ensue as the school year comes to an end. While I wait earnestly to get away from the city, taking the kids and staying with my parents for a few weeks.

Not many days left for Ramadan to approach now. We’ll be fasting in intense heat this summer. I’m already sifting through recipes to find some cooling drinks that will quench thirst after breaking fast and also provide energy. Bottled drinks are loaded with unhealthy agents, sugars and added colors. And it’s wise to refrain from consuming them while you can.

Hence, I’ve come upon the concept of homemade flavoured water and would like to share a few combinations that I feel are a cornucopia of taste and good health. To make these waters, it’d be brilliant to use the water infuser by InstaCuppa. It is a sturdy, sweat-free and leak-proof fruit infusing bottle that promises to keep your drinks chilled for hours.
You can easily fix these up yourself and ensure that this Ramadan you stay well-hydrated:

1. Watermelon and Cucumber Slices.

Loaded with vitamins A and C, watermelon and cucumber are great for digestion and loading on fibre. I’ll be giving this one the first go as my children are very fond of watermelon.

2. Apple and Cinnamon

I have always adored the flavor and smell of cinnamon. It helps that it aids in levelling blood sugar concentration too. While the benefits of apples are infinite, I’d simply slice them to infuse and pair with whole cinnamon sticks because this combination is undeniably splendid.

3. Strawberries and Pineapple.

Among many other benefits, pineapples primarily help in bone strengthening while strawberries are rich in folic acid and magnesium. Little Man loves pineapples and I’m hoping he’ll love this variant of flavoured water too.

4.  Lemon, Mint and Pear.

We usually prepare jugfuls of lemon water during Ramadan and pear being a summer fruit is always a delicacy on our dastarkhwans. This year I’ll be slicing up the two along with chopped mint to create a wholesome and flavorful concoction. I’m also digging the fact that this infused fruit drink is a powerhouse of antioxidants!

Remember that the longer you let the fruits, herbs and veggies steep in, the more enhanced the flavors will be. You can always have fun with throwing in your choice of refreshing ingredients into the InstaCuppa Fruit Infuser.

With these ideas and recipes in my kitty, I feel my Ramadan is pretty much sorted 😊.

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    1. Yes I’ve tried the watermelon.. mint lime and strawberries infused water .. they do turn our well and alhamdililah are liked by kids too. I add some honey before giving them so that it cuts the bitterness of fruit skins 😊💜

  1. Great pics. Made my mouth water. And it is a very relevant fact you have pointed out about bottled water being full of chemicals. Infused water is the way to go.

  2. Thank you so much for these… I’ve been trying a basic cucumber-lemon-mint formula till now. This will be a nice change 🙂

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