Transitional Recipe: Pear Lemon Infused Water | A Rose in Bloom

 I'm not sure if this can really be called a "recipe" with such simple ingredients but I'm calling it that anyway. With the transitional period in full force (I'm talking freezing in the am and sweating in the pm), I am finding myself with both winter and spring ingredients on hand. I try my hardest stay hydrated year round, but sometimes that can be pretty hard. With the extra pep in my step I find myself carrying my dancing feet outside. Sadly, this often means forgetting to hydrate - something I definitely don't want to carry over into the summer!

It's no secret that I love infused water. It's that crisp, slightly sweet flavor that makes me feel like I am walking in a dream that keeps me coming back for more. I hope you find the same simple pleasure.

Pear and Lemon Infused Water


  • 1 Small Pear
  • 1/2 a lemon
  • 2-3 sprigs of dill
  • fresh water

Sliver the pear and slice the lemon into circles. Lightly drop them into a glass container and fill to the brim with water. Add the dill and chill for at least 4 hours. Enjoy!

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