It’s a funny thing, writing a blog and seeing which posts become the most viewed.
One of my top posts? It’s not even a recipe. It involves no cooking, and it’s just throwing stuff into a bottle of water. It’s almost like writing up a recipe for ice cubes, but a little more flavorful. It’s for strawberry mint infused water, and it’s delicious.
While it is comical to call it a recipe, it is something that we’ve enjoyed a lot this summer, so I thought I’d add a new variation. Brace yourselves.
Pineapple Mint Water
- The core of a pineapple, quartered
- A handful of fresh mint
Combine all of these ingredients in a large jar and refrigerate for at least two hours. The longer you let it sit, the more pronounced the flavor will be.
Strain and serve.
Keep refilling the bottle with water as you drink it, until the flavors start to fade or the mint starts to look too sad.