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This classic on-the-rocks recipe is the perfect low carb way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. Mix tequila, fresh lime juice, and a teaspoon of sugar substitute in a shaker. Pour into a margarita glass and garnish with salt on the rim and a lime wedge. One drink contains 0.1g of protein, 0g of fat, 0.1g of fiber, 2.7g of net carbs, and just 105 calories.

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I’m a margarita girl. If I drink, which isn’t often, 9 times out of 10 it will be a margarita. But now that I’m eating low carb, I don’t want to kill my eating …

1. Mix all ingredients together, stirring for a few minutes until the erythritol really dissolves into the liquid.
2. Add ice and tequila to your glass and pour the mix over it to combine.

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There's nothing like an authentic margarita after a long day or while out with friends! 🍋This sugar-free, Low Carb Margarita recipe has just three ingredien

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Jump to Recipe Print Recipe. Low Carb Margarita. Bek Davis. It’s the perfect time for a great cocktail. Try this Low Carb Margarita for the win. 5 from 1 vote. Print Recipe Pin Recipe. Servings 1. Calories 110 kcal. Ingredients . 1x 2x 3x. Ingredients: 1.5 oz Tequila ; 3 tbsp Lime juice, fresh squeezed ;

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Keto Margarita: 1 oz. - 1.5 oz. preferred tequila 1 oz. - 2 oz. keto simple syrup (based on your sweetness preference) 1 oz. fresh lime juice 1/2 teaspoon pure orange extract 2 oz. preferred sparkling water

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Instructions Add lime (1 quartered) to a cocktail shaker and muddle to release the juices. Add erythritol (1/2- 3/4 teaspoon), tequila (1 1/2 Ounces), water (3 Ounces), orange extract (1/4 teaspoon) and ice. OPTIONAL (make a salt rim): pour kosher salt on a plate (enough salt for the diameter of

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Low Carb Margarita Recipe. Lisa Shea Most margarita recipes involve curocao, triple sec or grand marnier. All are LOADED with sugar. Here's a great recipe that is pretty much 0g carbs! First, a little bit of background. Curocao is a traditional Caribbean alcohol made with orange peels, grapefruit peels, rum, and a LOT of sugar.

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1 tablespoon Sucralose Based Sweetener (Sugar Substitute) 6 fluid ounce (no ice) Tequila 1 fluid ounce Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice DIRECTIONS Juice and zest the lime. Place lime zest and sugar substitute in blender. Add 3 cups ice, tequila, lime juice and orange juice, and blend until smooth. Pour into glasses, and garnish with lime wedges.

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Discover low-carb, keto-friendly Margarita recipes using the keto food search engine. Protect your waistline, eat healthy, and conform to keto diet guidelines.

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This simple low carb margarita has all the flavor of a traditional cocktail, but without the sugar! Enjoy a skinny margarita at your next fiesta! Ingredients 1 1/2 ounce blanco tequila 3-4 ounce lemon-lime sparkling water 1/4 of orange, fresh squeezed 1/2 of lime, fresh squeezed salt for rim of glass (optional) Instructions

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Electrolytes are the perfect low-carb margarita mix because they taste amazing and prevent you from getting dehydrated. Keto Margarita Print Email Pin Recipe Servings 1 Ingredients 1 ounce tequila 8 ounces sparkling water ½ teaspoon LMNT citrus salt 1 cup ice 1 slice lime Instructions Gently mix tequila, sparkling water, and LMNT in a shaker

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This is a Low-Carb Margarita recipe for the most effective Keto Skinny Margaritas! They’re low carb, easy to create and go awesome with nearly anything, especially Mexican dishes! A lot of restaurants will have versions that normally are loaded with sugar, but an honest traditional Margarita is created with just tequila, fresh juice, and either a Cointreau or a orange …

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That’s how I discovered this low carb margarita recipe. Originally I was just ordering a skinny margarita, but after watching bartenders make them with mixers I knew had carbs, I started with experimenting. I was surprised to realize that a simple recipe with mostly just lime & tequila was perfect for me because it wasn’t so sweet.

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How do you make a low carb margarita?

This low carb margarita is an almost-zero-carb version of the traditional drink! A sugar free recipe. Run the lime wedge around the edge of a glass. Dip the rim of the glass into a plate of salt. Add the remaining ingredients to a cocktail shaker and shake well.

Is there a sugar free keto margarita?

This keto margarita recipe is both low calorie and low sugar, plus it’s naturally sweetened. Healthier than most skinny margarita recipes: naturally flavored, naturally sweetened, and NO added sugar This section explains how to choose the best ingredients for a sugar free keto margarita, what each one does in the recipe, and substitution options.

How to make a keto tequila margarita?

To do so, simply blend together the lime juice, orange extract, and sweetener from this keto margarita recipe. To use the mix, you can blend the mix with tequila and ice right before serving, to make 4 servings. Or for an individual serving, you’ll need 1.5 tablespoons of mix, 1.5 ounces tequila, and 1 1/4 cups of ice.

What are the main ingredients in a margarita?

The traditional ingredients are tequila, lime juice and Cointreau (a brand of triple sec) or Grand Marnier. The tequila is zero carb, and the lime juice is low carb – but those sweet orange spirits are where the problem lies. Even worse if the cocktail is made from a high sugar “margarita syrup”!

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