The Best Cocktails To Drink On A Low-Carb Diet

Booze without the carbs? We'll cheers to that.



The Last Word Cocktail

There's nothing fun about cutting carbs (dear bread: I love you.), but these cocktails help curb the loss. If you're eating Keto or living that low-carb life, check out these 13 cocktails, and shake one up for your next happy hour.

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A Sugar-Free Margarita.

What's a plate of Keto tacos without a Keto margarita to match? This one uses lime juice, orange extract, and sugar substitute to give it that classic 'rita flavor.

Get the recipe from Laura Dolson.



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A Vodka LaCroix.

If you don't already know, now you do: LaCroix cocktails are the thing of spring. Pick your pleasure, add a splash of vodka, and stir. Need ideas?

Try this strawberry spritzer from Sunny Sweet Days.



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A Low-Carb Moscow Mule.

Homemade low-carb ginger syrup, lime juice, mint leaves, diet ginger ale, and vodka make this a supreme low-carb alternative for Sunday Funday.

Get the recipe from I Breathe I'm Hungry.



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A Low-Carb Dark 'n Stormy.

Dark rum, sugar-free ginger beer, and lime make this a perfect cocktail for a dreary spring day. Blend it with ice for a frozen treat!

Get the recipe from Lowcarb-Ology.

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A Keto-Jito.

Aside from having the cutest cocktail name around, this Splendito is delicious, low on carbs, and super simple to make.

Get the recipe from Always Order Dessert.

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A Vodka Mojito.

Lime, mint, soda, and vodka make this a perfect drink for patio weather. This recipe swaps rum for vodka, making it even lighter on the calories.

Get the recipe from Ketogasm.

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A Corpse Reviver #2.

This cocktail is said to help nurse a hangover from the night before, thanks to the perky lemon juice. Swap your mimosa for a Corpse Reviver the next time you need some low-carb hair of the dog.

Get the recipe from The Framed Table.

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Absinthe.

This powerful elixir used to be banned in the U.S., but it's made a comeback in recent months, and is particularly great in a low-carb cocktail. Mix it with soda, or sip a little on its own.

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A Low-Carb Sangria.

Red wine, club soda, citron vodka, berry water enhancer, and limes make this the perfect stand-in for sangria during the spring and summer months. Make a batch for your next patio session and soak up the low-carb bliss.

Get the recipe from Lowcarb-ology.

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A Strawberry Lemonade Mojito.

Sugar-free pink lemonade gives this cocktail flavor without the cals, and Keto-friendly Bacardi gives it a no-carb kick. Add a few strawberries for a pop of color.

Get the recipe from I Breathe I'm Hungry.

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