Homemade Energy Drink Recipe


This Homemade Energy Drink is full of flavor, easy to throw together, and is a lot healthier than store bought energy drinks. Summer heat means staying hydrated is more important than ever. But if you want something stronger than fruit infused water, you're going to love this energy drink recipe.

Homemade Energy Drink...ditch the store bought version and make it easily at home.
When it's hot out or when we are really active, I like to have energy drinks on hand in addition to lots and lots of water.  My kids, of course, love super sweet drinks but I'm trying to watch their sugar intake and other unnecessary ingredients.  So my homemade energy drink is a compromise for the kids and the me.  They loved the citrus flavor and the sweetness from the agave syrup and I love that it's really healthy.

Homemade Energy Drink...ditch the store bought version and make it easily at home.
The bright orange comes from the B100 complex vitamins that I added, but this could easily be skipped.  However, adding the B vitamins help keep you energized among dozens of other amazing things like help with stress, fights aging, helps with depression and memory loss and so much more.

Homemade Energy Drink...ditch the store bought version and make it easily at home.

Homemade Energy Drink

I love making this drink, it really is super simple and takes less time than running into the store to grab an energy drink.  Plus there are no crazy chemical, unknown ingredients, and most importantly...it tastes great.  So, next time you are hitting the gym or the kids are playing hard, fill up a sports bottle with ice and serve up this homemade energy drink.  Your family will thank you!  Promise!

Ingredients for a Citrus Energy Drink

  • 33.8 oz carton unsweetened Coconut Water
  • 2- B100 Complex Capsules
  • 2 lemons, juiced
  • 2 limes, juiced
  • 2 oranges, juiced
  • 2-4 tbls agave syrup
  • 1 cup water

Directions for Easy-to-Make Energy Drink

In a 3 quart pitcher, add coconut water and fruit juices.  Open up the B100 capsules and add contents of capsules to the juice (discard the gelatin outer coating of the capsule). Add water and agave syrup.  Stir well to combine.  Taste and adjust sweetness with the agave syrup if needed.

Serve over ice. Store leftovers in the refrigerator for a couple days. If you have any leftovers.

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Wendy is married to her high school sweetheart, is a mom to 2 children, and lives in Arizona! She shares her family friendly recipes at Around My Family Table. Live threw her a curve ball after a life threatening dairy allergy and wheat allergy emerged in 2012, so now many of her recipes are gluten and dairy free. When she's not cooking find her on Pinterestor Instagram!

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