Apple Cinnamon Mint Water

Introduction: Apple Cinnamon Mint Water

watermelon infused water inspired by this post in the watermelon contest, I thought, we can use such technique with other fruits too.. e.g apples?

why apples?

coz eatting an apple daily because it is a super fruit, high in fiber and low in calories. Apples contain vitamins and minerals and fiber. These also helps to lose weight in a variety of ways.

and what other favours to contrast it?

1. CINNAMON why? (health benefits)

2.LEMON?

Lemon water flushes out toxins and is extremely beneficial for the body.

3. MINT?

Two tablespoons of mint provides 2 calories, 0.12 grams of protein, 0.48 grams carbohydrates, 0.03 grams of fat and 0.30 grams of fiber. Mint contains small amounts of potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin C and vitamin A.3

and ofcourse WATER!!!

essential to keep the body hydrated ;)

Step 1: Ingredients

  • hand full of mint
  • 1 apple
  • 1 lemon/lime ( or 1 and half tablespoon juice)
  • 1 litre water ( cold water)
  • ice (optional)
  • 1 stick of cinnamon

Step 2: Grind Mint

with a hand blender blend mint in some water and strain.

Step 3: Chop of Your Apples

chop your apple in long thin slices

add a lemon cube ( or lemon juice) to some water and dip your chopped slices.

Step 4: Add All Together

add the mint juice, apple slices along with the lemon water, cinnamon in a jug.

add ice (optional)

refill it when the water finishes.

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    4 Discussions

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    electro18
    electro18

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Apple + mint + cinnamon = perfect combination for a refreshing drink ! Great job , I'll definitely give it a shot :D

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    gravityisweak

    I don't like drinking water, but I also don't like artificial flavors. This combo could be a win-win. Nice job, and good photos!