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The Prodyne Fruit Infusion Pitcher is designed to make fruit infused water. Here we take a look at the functionality and performance of the Prodyne Fruit Infusion Pitcher.
After months of using a fruit infusion pitcher, we have come up with some great fruit infusion pitcher recipes. We have listed some old standards and some great tasting experiments here.
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Mango has a distinctive flavor and can easily overpower the more delicate peach flavors and that is why the ratio is 1 peach to 1/2 ,mango.
I peel the peach and the half mango and cut them into what I describe as orange slice size.
After 24 hours the flavors are very evident. This combination lasts about four days until the flavors begin to suffer from age.
One whole peach and one half mango
My favorite fruit infusion pitcher recipe. The trick is to let the kiwi fruit flavor shine through with a hint of apple. I use half a red delicious and pick a small one at that.
Peel the fruit and cut it into wedges. Layer the fruit in the tube and refrigerate.
This infusion takes at least 24 hours to flavor the water and is best at 36 to 48 hours.
Two kiwi fruit and one half of a red delicious apple
Below you will find some of my family’s favorite fruit infusion pitcher recipes. For the most part they are pretty simple. But, over time we have learned that certain combinations and in certain amounts yield what we find to be great tasting flavored water.
We are always looking for new combinations, so if you come up with a good one, submit your fruit infusion pitcher recipes at the bottom of this page and you just might find your fruit infusion pitcher recipe on this page.
Submit your recipe and we will give it a try. Who knows, it might just wind up right here on our fruit infusion pitcher recipe page, with due recognition of course.
This makes a beautiful presentation and an awesome flavor. Layer the half the kiwi, half the raspberries then the other half kiwi and top with the rest of the raspberries.
The flavor is raspberry with a hint of tropical kiwi. Very delicious with the added benefit of the high antioxidant raspberries.
One small container of fresh raspberries and one kiwi fruit
1) Use Filtered Water: Why would you want all those chemicals in there anyway?
2) Peel The Fruit First: This exposes the tasty surface area to the water.
3) Cut the Fruit In 1/8 pieces: Again this exposes more surface area to the water
A Few Tips