Effortless Fruity Water

Hudson use to only drink water and milk, but during the summer he has been introduced to other drinks like sweet teas and Arnold Palmers (his dad and mom’s favorites) and now plain old water doesn’t seem to be cutting it anymore.

So, this weekend I decided to test out the new flavored waters from Poland Springs called Nature’s blend.

I decided to add a little something, something to the drinks so this quick and effortless recipe was born!

effortless fruity drink

Here is what you’ll need:
-Poland Springs Nature’s Blend
-Ice
-Shaker
-Variety of fruits: I used raspberries, pineapples, peaches, blueberries and yellow watermelon
-Bubble Tea Straws

Here is what you need to do:

Step 1: Add some ice to the shaker:
effortless fruity water

Step 2: Add your pick of Nature’s Blend into the shaker:
effortless fruity drink

Step 3: Pick your favorite fruits and add them to the mix as well:
effortless fruity water

Step 4: Now simply shake, shake, shake so your fruit will break up a bit due to the ice cubes:
effortless fruity water

Step 5: Voila we are all finished!
effortless fruity water
{Yum! The extra large bubble tea straw makes it really easy for the fruit to come up the straw.}

Of course make sure you cheers before drinking up:

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{I don’t even want to tell you how many takes this shot too. Plus sadly we lost 2 mason jars during all of this.}

In the end though it was a really easy drink to make. Poland Springs did the hard work by mixing together their new Nature’s Blend and the easy part was making the little mixed fruit set up so everyone could customize their drinks. Plus a serving is only 50 calories!!!!

Hudson gave it two thumbs up and kept running back to me to get sips while he played around our backyard!

effortless fruity water

To learn about other ways to enjoy Nature’s Blends head here.

This post is in partnership with Poland Springs,but all opinions are 100% my own. Thank you for supporting the sponsors that make Effortless Style possible.

P.S. Did you notice the tablecloth I used? I simply flipped over my DIY Batik blanket and used the tie dyed side instead.

effortless fruity water

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5 Responses to Effortless Fruity Water

  1. Super cute! Love that little guy!

  2. Ximena Ramirez says:

    YUM! I wanna try this!! Def don’t drink enough water so this will help and you know how I always love a good beverage!

  3. Sarah says:

    haha! I was reading through this as a mom of three thinking “I wonder if this was one of those things that seems so simple in a mom’s mind but ends up Faaaaar more complicated”. Thanks for keeping it real- “Lost two mason jars in the process”.

    Keep it up, mama, he’s worth it.
    And I love the drink idea- looks delicious.

  4. Kate Collins says:

    Um…can we talk about your dress real quick? That is the cutest thing ever!! You are looking great and Hudson is as cute as ever. That drink looked delicious and I’m not a big water girl.

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