Pineapple Jalepeno Lemon Infused Water

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A few years ago Luke and I went to a restaurant in Salt Lake called Frida Bistro. I wrote a post about it here.

While the food didn’t impress us much, the drinks and dessert were amazing! I had a pineapple jalepeno limeade that still haunts me.

I have been trying to drink more water in recent months and have been playing around with infusing it with different fruit combos. Blackberry Lemon is a really great one, find it here. Grapefruit Rosemary is NOT. So bitter!

Well, I wanted to try something inspired by my drink at Frida Bistro so I came up with this pineapple jalepeno lemon infused water. I’m so happy with how it turned out – sweet and spicy! You can adjust the heat by adding less or more jalepeno. I also love this water without the lemon. I haven’t tried it with other citrus fruits but I’m sure they would sub in just fine, especially lime.

And before I get to the recipe, did you know jalepenos are LOADED with vitamins (C, K, E, most of the B complex), minerals (potassium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, copper, manganese), and antioxidants? This water is a great way to get the benefits without chomping down on the raw pepper! Guess what, pineapple is packed with goodness, too! Not only is it the only natural source of an enzyme called bromelain, it is also packed with vitamins and minerals (C, copper, thiamine, B-1, B-6, magnesium, folate, riboflavin, niacin, iron). So, there you go – this water is AWESOME!

Pineapple Jalepeno Lemon Infused Water www.britonalo.com

Pineapple Jalepeno Lemon Infused Water www.britonalo.com

Pineapple Jalepeno Lemon Infused Water www.britonalo.com

Pineapple Jalepeno Lemon Infused Water www.britonalo.com

Pineapple Jalepeno Lemon Infused Water www.britonalo.com

Pineapple Jalepeno Lemon Infused Water www.britonalo.com

Pineapple Jalepeno Lemon Infused Water www.britonalo.com

Pineapple Jalepeno Lemon Infused Water

1/8 pineapple, cut into tidbits
1/4-1/2 lemon, washed and sliced (also great without it)
jalepeno, washed and cut into 4 thin slices, membranes and seeds removed (wear gloves when cutting)

In a 32 oz. Canning Jar:
Add pineapple to the jar and muddle, then add lemon, and jalepeno. Add ice and water, screw on the lid and give it a good shake. Enjoy immediately! You can also refill your jar a few times or dilute it with more water if it’s too spicy to start.

And speaking of canning jars…click each pic for details!

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22 thoughts on “Pineapple Jalepeno Lemon Infused Water

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  3. Fi Ní Neachtáin

    I really need to go and get myself some mason jars. I want to make water like this too, so good for detoxing.

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  4. Terri Ramsey Beavers

    Looks refreshing but I’ve never tried it, I love this process and I’ll try this at home.

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  5. CourtneyLynne

    omg this water sounds absolutely delicious!!! I drink a gallon of water a day so this would be an awesome way to mix up my water one day ;-)

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  6. michele d

    This is something that even my kids could do and make. I like that. I definitely need to try this out. Looks great!

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  7. NYC SingleMom

    I love this recipe. I am a lemon water person but love the idea of adding spice to my drink. Will be picking up some pineapple and jalapeno peppers this weekend

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  8. Stephanie

    Pineapple infused water I’ve heard of and make frequently. Adding jalapeno, though is a new concept. I’m not a big fan of peppers, but I think my mom would love this!

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  9. Rebecca Swenor

    This would be an interesting infused water drink indeed. I will have to try this for sure. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Tyra

    This sounds amazing! I love all of these things, along with infused water. Such a refreshing idea for the warm weather (it was 90 here today)!

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    1. britonalo Post author

      Start off with just a tiny bit of jalepeno! Or, if the first sip is too spicy, add more water! The jalepeno really gives it a fresh kick!

      Reply

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