Vegan Summer/Hydration Tip: Chilled Mint Infused Water

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Mood: It’s the first official day of Summer! In honour of the Summer Solstice, here’s a super simple recipe that will help you stay minty fresh on all those hot days:) I mean, we all have to keep ourselves hydrated, so why not do it in style, right?;) An affordable, healthy & sugar free way to have our water & enjoy it too;) Cold. Fresh. Minty Goodness. Happy Summer Everyone:)


Time: 2 Minutes Prep Time + approx. 2 hours Infusing/Chilling Time
Serving Size: 2 cups
Category: Drink; Beverage
Author: Animagus Eats


Ingredients:
• 2 cups Hot Water
• 3 tbsp fresh Mint Leaves (Pudina)
• 5-6 Ice Cubes (optional)


1. In a large bowl or jug, add the fresh mint leaves to 2 cups of boiling hot water. Cover the jug/bowl & let the mint flavour infuse for about 45 minutes – 1 hour.

2. Once the water has soaked into all the minty goodness, place the jug/bowl in the refrigerator & let it chill for at least 1 hour. Make sure you leave the mint leaves in there, so that the minty flavour just gets stronger & stronger:)

3. When you’re feeling thirsty, pour yourself a delicious glass of Mint Water & feel free to add some ice cubes for some extra chilled goodness:) And voila! Your Chilled Mint Infused Water is ready:) You can make a whole jug of Chilled Mint Water & store it in your fridge, so that you can keep sipping on it, all day long:) Stay cool everyone:)


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Notes:
*Feel free to add other ingredients to the water (cucumber, lime, fruits, etc.). However, I just prefer my glass of water to be clean, simple & fresh:)

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