Top 10 Easy-To-Make Alcoholic Drinks With Less Carbohydrates

Top 10 Easy-To-Make Alcoholic Drinks With Less Carbohydrates

Are you looking for alcoholic beverages with less carbohydrates? The top 13 keto-friendly alcoholic beverages have been compiled by Advanced Mixology so you can drink prudently!

Someplace is five o’clock, right? If you aren’t informed about what kinds of drinks you can order or make at home, alcohol can ruin your ketogenic diet. Take a look at the following alcohol-free keto cocktails, wine, seltzers, and beer. Then continue reading for some advice to remember when enjoying the good stuff.

Having a keto diet doesn’t mean eating yucky food or drinking tasteless beverages. Subscribing for meal kits, e.g. Dinnerly, offering weekly keto menus delivered to your doorstep can help you not only to fulfill the basic ketosis but also to prepare ahead of time for, say, special events. After eating the delicious celebratory keto meal you ordered, it's time to raise a glass, have a good time, and consume low-carb alcohol – but with caution, of course!

These are a few of our preferred alcoholic keto drinks:

# 1 Tequila (+ Lime Seltzer + Sugar-Free Sweetener)

This low-carb beverage is a complete spoof of a margarita, one of several cocktails centered around celebrations that are life-important, such as, say, a bachelor party! One shot of tequila, four ounces of lime-flavored seltzer, and a tiny dash of sugar-free sweetener are combined to create an instant margin without the excessive sugar content! For a more genuine feel, permit yourself to salt the outer edge of your glass.

It’s important to remember that, depending on the nutritional facts of your chosen sweetener, incorporating sugar-free sweeteners will somewhat raise the calorie count.

One serving of 5.5 fl oz. has 104 calories and zero grams of total fat, total carbs, and protein.

# 2 Tequila (+ Grapefruit Seltzer + Sugar-Free Sweetener + Lemon)

Fans of Paloma, who for a long time have been pushed to the sidelines by Margarita when it comes to tequila-lime cocktail combos (there’s a restaurant in London that recently made the world’s first-ever Paloma fountain), will love this recipe for a low-carb cocktail.

You can make a keto version of the well-liked but frequently sugar-filled beverage that has all the carbohydrates removed! Simply combine one part tequila, four parts grapefruit seltzer, a small amount of sweetener, and a squeeze of lemon to make it, just like you would a margarita.

One serving of 5.5 fl oz. has 104 calories and zero grams of total fat and protein. As for total carbs, it has 0.65g (0.2g fiber, 0.2g sugar).

# 3 Vodka (+ Seltzer + Lemon)

There are many traditional vodka cocktails. After all, they’ve been made for decades, such as the 70s relic Harvey Wallbanger. The following traditional vodka cocktail is among the simplest keto cocktails to prepare. Toss in one shot of vodka, four ounces of plain clear seltzer (or Diet Coke, if you’d rather), and squeeze some lemon on top for a burst of citrus flavor.

Don’t be scared to mash up six or seven lemon slices in your glass if you like a stronger flavor. You’ll maintain your low-carb lifestyle while tasting better! We tried this trick here at Advanced Mixology and can report that it was the easiest and best drink we had ever made.

One serving of 5.5 fl oz. has 97 calories and zero grams of total fat and protein. As for total carbs, it has 0.65g (0.2g fiber, 0.2g sugar).

# 4 Vodka (+ Cucumber + Dry Vermouth + Tajín)

Women adore enjoying a cucumber martini with a Tajín rim. There are a lot of non-keto variations of this well-liked cocktail out there.

Use 2 1/2 oz of vodka, 1/2 oz of dry vermouth, and at least three fresh cucumber slices, to taste, to keep it low-carb. After adding the cucumber to the ice-filled shaker, shake well. Next, add the vermouth and vodka, and shake until chilled. Pour your martini mixture into a glass rimmed with Tajín for one of the tastiest low-carb alcoholic beverages ever!

One serving of 5.5 fl oz. has 189 calories and zero grams of total fat and protein. As for total carbs, it has 2.15g (0.1g fiber, 0.59g sugar).

# 5 Gin (+ Lime Seltzer + Mint + Sugar-Free Sweetener)

This low-carb take on a mojito is the perfect option for a refreshing keto cocktail.

You could choose not to add the sweetener because the gin helps to highlight the lime essence and the mint adds the perfect amount of freshness (though it’s completely okay if you do!). Mix the sweetener and a couple of mint leaves, then add one shot of gin and four ounces of lime seltzer, stirring to combine. This is a popular alcohol drink that is low in carbohydrates.

One serving of 5.5 fl oz. has 110 calories and zero grams of total fat. It has 0.2g protein and 0.5g (0.4g fiber, 0g sugar) of total carbs.

# 6 White Rum (+ Diet Coke + Lime)

It’s Cuba Libre with fewer carbs!

If you want to steer clear of the sugars included in the caramel coloring, go for white rum instead of dark. For all the delicious flavors of cola without the added carbohydrates, blend a single shot of rum with four ounces of diet cola!

One serving of 5.5 fl oz. has 97 calories and zero grams of total fat and protein. As for total carbs, it has 0.4g (0.1g fiber, 0.1g sugar).

# 7 White Rum (+ Diet Ginger Beer + Lemon)

A dark and stormy, sugar-free beverage that will leave you feeling light and breezy? Just give!

Although most ginger beers have a lot of sugar in them, some diet versions use sweeteners without any sugar. All you need for this low-carb alcoholic beverage is one shot of rum, four ounces of diet ginger beer, and a wedge of lime for garnish. Or, for one of the best low-carb alcoholic beverages, whip up a keto Moscow Mule by pouring vodka instead of rum in your copper mugs!

One serving of 5.5 fl oz. has 97 calories and zero grams of total fat and protein. As for total carbs, it has 0.4g (0.1g fiber, 0.1g sugar).

# 8 Prosecco (+ Lemon Seltzer + Lemon + Lime)

Nothing compares to a summertime spritzer! It’s among our top alcoholic keto beverages!

Mix the same amount of Prosecco and lime or lemon seltzer to create a refreshing beverage that won't cloud your judgment. For flair and taste, garnish with lime and lemon!

One serving of 5.5 fl oz. has 88 calories and zero grams of total fat and protein. As for total carbs, it has 2.7g (0.3g fiber, 0.3g sugar).

# 9 Rosé (+ Seltzer Water + a Fresh Jalapeño Slice)

We were obsessed with this fashionable keto cocktail this past summer.

To make it, fill a glass with five ounces of your preferred rosé, any flavor zero-calorie seltzer water, and, if you’re feeling spicier, a slice of fresh jalapeño. This recipe is very refreshing in addition to lowering the amount of sugar and alcohol in it!

One serving of 5.5 fl oz. has 110 calories and zero grams of total fat and protein. As for total carbs, it has 2.2g (0g fiber, 0g sugar). These amounts are for five fluid ounces of rosé. Top with any quantity of calorie-free seltzer without affecting the nutritional value!

# 10 Diet Ginger Beer (+ Vodka + Lime Juice)

We suggest trying this Moscow Mule twist, which substitutes vodka for rum. This tasty keto cocktail will fool you into thinking it has no carbohydrates. This zesty mule is a very simple, refreshing beverage that’s ideal for summer! Just squeeze some fresh lime juice and add a shot of vodka to a diet ginger beer.

This recipe is easily modified to try different flavors, such as cucumber vodka. Even a slice of cucumber can be muddled at the bottom to create a cocktail fit for a pro.

One serving of 5.5 fl oz. has 97 calories and zero grams of total fat and protein. As for total carbs, it has 0.4g (0.1g fiber, 0.1g sugar).

For the End

Some considerations to consider when ingesting these alcoholic beverages low in carbohydrates:

  • When you follow a ketogenic diet, your body uses alcohol as fuel first, so avoid hitting a weight loss plateau by drinking in moderation.
  • Be cautious because most keto dieters need far less alcohol to get wasted.
  • Alcohol is a depressant that also has the tendency to reduce inhibitions (think mindless high-carbohydrate snacking).
  • To help counteract the effects of alcohol, eat a nutritious keto meal before you drink.

And never forget to enjoy these low-carb keto alcoholic drinks responsibly even though they may be low in carbohydrates!

 

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