Watermelon Hibiscus Water

Jun 15th

So bright and delicious, you’ll love everything about this water recipe. You can pick up loose hibiscus at Whole Foods or any other health food store for about $1 an ounce. Only a teaspoon is needed to infuse your water with vibrant color and sweet, tangy hibiscus flavor.

While plain watermelon water is delicious, hibiscus really jazzes this recipe up.

Recipe for a 32 oz glass jar: 2 1” x 4” pieces of watermelon and 1 tsp of dried hibiscus. Infuse for 1-4 hours in the refrigerator, then strain with a fine metal strainer before serving.

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