Drinking plenty of water throughout the days isn’t something I’m always on top of. Either I grab for something else or just plain forget. Staying hydrated is especially important during the summer months, so sometimes I just need to get a little creative.
Flavored water is an easy way to add a fresh twist to the stuff from the tap. You can do it with fruit, herbs, veggies, or any combination of those foods. Watermelon & rosemary ice cubes are a simple solution to flavoring your water naturally. No chopping or prepping prior to filling up your glass. Just grab a couple cubes from the freezer and you’re all set!
Add these watermelon & rosemary ice cubes to a pitcher of ice water when entertaining guests, or toss them in your water bottle before heading out for the day. The flavors of watermelon and rosemary compliment each other well and will slowly infuse your water as they melt.
Watermelon and Rosemary Ice Cubes
- 5 cups watermelon
- 1 to 2 tablespoons fresh rosemary
Puree the watermelon in a blender.
Mix in the rosemary sprigs with a spoon.
Pour the mixture into an ice cube tray.
Place the tray in your freezer until the mixture is completely frozen.
Remove the desired amount of cubes and add them to your water.