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Chia Infused


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Do you struggle with drinking water regularly or just don't enjoy plain water all the time?!

Refreshing infused waters can definitely help you up your water game! 

Infusing water with various veggies, fruits, and even seeds can add great texture, flavor, and a dose of beneficial nutrients. Store-bought flavored water can come with artificial flavoring, coloring, and can even be a bit expensive. For this recipe, I used a refreshing mix of cucumbers, lime, and blueberries that provide nutrients like vitamin C and other beneficial antioxidants. I love adding chia seeds to my infused water since they are a great source of plant-based omega-3 fats.  Chia seeds can also be beneficial for satiety and bowel regularity due to the soluble fiber content. This fruity chia infused water is perfect for daily use as well as a great drink to take on picnics, yoga session, & more! 

Fruity Chia Infused Water Recipe


Servings: 2 servings

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: None

Total Time: 5 minutes 

Author: Huma Naz


  • 16 oz. of filtered water 

  • 2 tbsp. frozen blueberries

  • 4 slices of cucumbers

  • 2 slices of lime 

  • 2 tsp. chia seeds


  1. Pour water into 2 glasses and toss in chia seeds as well as the blueberries and cucumbers.  Use the lime slice to decorate the glass or toss them in the water.  You can also use a spoon to slightly mash/crush the ingredients in the water. Serve chilled or with ice if desired!


Recipe Notes:

  • You can store a bigger batch of this in the refrigerator for up to 2 days as well.

  • I like to drink or store infused waters in large glass pitchers, mason jars, and even reusable water bottles like my Healthy Human water bottle (check out my discount code here)

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