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    Kristen Bocanegra
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Winter Waters

It's that time of year when visions of warm teas and homemade hot cocoa dance in our heads with the zeal of the sugar-plum fairy on opening night at The Nutcracker. Rightly so, it's cold outside.

Winter Waters

But as the temperature drops, so does our interest and intake of water, an essential ingredient in maintaining our overall health and a vital component to the wellbeing of pregnant and nursing moms.

So get your fill this season and spice things up a bit with momme meals Winter Waters. Simple to make, delicious to taste and a sure fire way to help keep you healthy throughout the cold winter months.

Note: Each water should sit for 2-3 hours for best flavor infusion. Once finished, simply refill your pitcher and enjoy again and again. Fruit ingredients will last 3-5 days.

Winter Waters

Cardamom Pear

1/2 pear chopped or sliced
2-3 cardamom pods (you can find these at your local organic market)
4 -6 cups water

Winter Waters

Vanilla Raspberry

1 inch piece vanilla bean
1/2 cup raspberries (can use frozen)
4-6 cups water

Once combined, use the end of a wooden spoon to mash the vanilla bean for optimal flavor.
Winter Waters

Rosemary Orange

2 inch sprig fresh rosemary
1/2 orange sliced
4-6 cups water

Winter Waters

  • Author avatar
    Kristen Bocanegra
  • Good Food Recipes

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