Hydration Nation — 3 Agua Fresca Recipes That Will Make Your Skin Glow

Posted by bmedia on Monday, April 30, 2018

Laser Smooth Company_Hydration Nation - 3 Agua Fresca Recipes That Will Make Your Skin Glow

For those not in the know, agua fresca (Spanish for fresh water) is an authentic Mexican cold beverage and an excellent alternative to overly sweet drinks many of us colonized Americans typically associate with summer, like lemonade or sweet tea. Agua frescas are remarkably easy to create at home, offering a healthy, refreshing, and hydrating summer drink the whole family will adore. Try these simple recipes that rejuvenate and refresh you — both inside and out.

 

Pineapple Agua Fresca

2 Cups of pineapple, peel removed, cut into cubes.

4 Cups of water.

A few drops of lime juice

2 Cups of ice cubes

 

Watermelon Agua Fresca

2 Cups of pineapple, peel removed, cut into cubes.

4 Cups of water.

A few drops of lime juice

2 Cups of ice cubes

 

Cantaloupe Agua Fresca

2 Cups of pineapple, peel removed, cut into cubes.

4 Cups of water.

A few drops of lime juice

2 Cups of ice cubes

Place the fruit in a blender with 2 cups of water and sugar, puree until completely smooth.

Pour the blender contents into a pitcher, add the 2 extra cups of water and the ice cubes. Taste for sweetness. If you want it less thick in consistency, add more water. Serve immediately and enjoy!

 

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Recipes appreciatively shared from MexicoInMyKitchen.com blogger Mely Martinez; IMG SRC: pineapple ginger agua frescas by whitney in chicago

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