Homemade Vitamin Water Recipes

Homemade Vitamin Water
Vitamin water can make it easier to drink enough water each day. These are great if you are on a diet, as they contain all natural sugars and hardly any of that! If you are very dehydrated from working in the yard add a 1/4 tsp. sea salt, to help boost your electrolytes. This page contains homemade vitamin water recipes.

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March 15, 2014

The sweetest of the bunch! You can use canned pineapple, but I prefer fresh cut up pineapple.


  • 1/2- 1 cup fresh or canned pineapple
  • fresh mint (2-3 large leaves)
  • glass quart-size canning jars (with lid and ring)
  • muddler or long-handled spoon
  • filtered water or tap water


  1. Place several good sized chunks of pineapple into the jar.
  2. Add the juices from cutting the pineapple into the jar.
  3. Using the muddler, crush up the pineapple a bit.
  4. Add three or so large mint leaves crush them some as well.
  5. Fill the jar up with water and shake. Refrigerate and enjoy!
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March 15, 2014

Going to have a party? Offer homemade vitamin waters as a drink option. Crush the fruits in a separate bowl, keeping the crushed fruits and herbs set aside for refills.


Place the fruit and herbs in a strainer and pour the water through it into a pitcher.


March 13, 2014

If you are looking for a vitamin water that is less fruity give this one a try!


  • 1/2 cucumber
  • 2-3 sprigs of thyme (or rosemary)
  • glass quart-size canning jars (with lid and ring)
  • muddler or long-handled spoon
  • filtered water or tap water


  1. Slice up half a cucumber, if the peel is waxed remove it. Place in the jar.
  2. Put 2-3 sprigs of thyme (a sprig rosemary or both) into the jar. Remove the stem on the rosemary as it can cause bitterness.
  3. Add 1/2-1 cup of water to the jar.
  4. Using a muddler, lightly crush the cucumber and thyme leaves to release their flavor.
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  6. Fill the jar up with water, shake, and refrigerate. Enjoy!

March 12, 2014

This vitamin water tastes best after sitting for a day, unless you really mash up the apples. Otherwise it has a very delicate taste.


  • 1 apple
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 2-3 whole cloves
  • filtered water or tap water
  • glass quart-size canning jars (with lid and ring)
  • muddler or long-handled spoon


  1. Cut and de-seed or core an apple. You can take the skin off or leave it on. I tend to leave it on as many vitamins lurk in the peels.
  2. Place the apple wedges in about 1/2-1 cup of water into the jar.
  3. Using a muddler, crush them fairly well (the apples don't release as much flavor when they are not crushed up).
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  5. Place two to three whole cloves and one cinnamon stick into the water.
  6. Fill up the jar with water, put the lid on, shake well, and refrigerate.

March 10, 2014

Toss out those crappy chemical and sugar riddled 'vitamin waters' and sports drinks! None of them are good for you. Instead try making your own.


July 5, 2017

Recharge and refresh with your own homemade berry mint vitamin water. This is a page about berry mint vitamin water.

Strawberry, Blueberry, and Mint Vitamin Water

May 14, 2018

Use seasonal produce and fresh herbs to make the best tasting water. It will save you a ton of money vs buying expensive vitamin water.

Herbs and fruits in chilled water care and glasses

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