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Drinks that are Keto-Friendly For example, pure types of alcohol such as whiskey, gin, tequila, rum, and vodka are all absolutely devoid of carbohydrate content. These beverages can be consumed on their own or blended with low-carb mixers to enhance their flavor. Wine and light versions of beer are likewise low in carbohydrates, with 3–4 grams of carbs per serving …

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Instructions: Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker. Shake for about 30 seconds until the mixture is completely chilled. Strain and pour the martini into a chilled martini glass. Serve with olives for a dirty martini or a lemon twist for a fresh citrus flavor.

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Can I Drink Gin On A Low Carb Diet? When consumed in moderation, some types of alcohol can be part of a low-carb diet. With only 3–4 grams of carbs per serving, wine and light beer, for example, are both low in carbs. The same is true for pure …

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Keto-Friendly Drinks If you’re on a keto diet, you have a lot of low-carb alcohol options. Pure forms of alcohol, such as whiskey, gin, tequila, rum, and vodka, for example, are carb-free. It is possible to enjoy these beverages straight or with low

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2 fl oz (4 tbs) gin 1 fl oz (2 tbs) low carb simple syrup 1 fl oz (2 tbs) fresh lime juice ice lime slice, to garnish Instructions Add gin, simple syrup, juice, and ice to a small cocktail shaker. Shake well then strain into a martini glass. Garnish with a lime slice. Notes 2.5g net carbs per serving (whole recipe) Recommended Products

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Discover sugar-free and low-carb drinks and how to make many cocktail recipes keto. The classic gin martini is one of the best low-carb cocktails because there's no sugar in gin or vermouth and the total carb count is negligible. Many of the martini's variations are equally keto-friendly. Go for the dirty martini, perfect martini, or Gibson when you want to change …

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2 cups sparkling water, or enough to top up ice cubes few cucumber slices (if using gin), lime slices and fresh mint Optional: liquid stevia to taste ( SweetLeaf or NuNaturals) Instructions Place a few mint leaves in an ice cube tray.

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Keto Martini Print Recipe Pin Recipe Servings : 1 Cocktail Prep Time 5 mins Total Time 5 mins Save Recipe! Ingredients 1 1/2 Ounces Vanilla Vodka 3 Ounces Almond Milk 1 Ounce Heavy Cream 2 Teaspoons Swerve or Lakanto (see sweetener notes below) granular 1 Teaspoon Cocoa Powder* Keto Chocolate optional Ice US Customary - Metric Instructions

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cinnamon sticks, fresh ginger, gin, pear, gin, champagne Spiked Strawberry Basil Limeade + Connecting Over Cocktails Crumb Kitchen lime juice, ice, fresh basil leaves, water, syrup, strawberries and 4 more 6 Modern Vodka Cocktails for National Vodka Day Chilled white rum, vodka, vodka, sweet and sour mix, ginger liqueur, syrup and 5 more

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2017-12-02 · The Low Carb Gin Fizz Cocktail Recipe. Pour the gin, lime juice, and whites from one egg into the shaker. Instead of simple syrup, we're going to use a low … From ketogasm.com 5/5 (1) Total Time 4 mins Category Cocktail, Drinks Calories 150 per serving See details LOW-CARB GIN FIZZ KETODIET BLOG

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Gin has zero carbs. So, a regular Gin Tonic, with 3 ounces of tonic, is about 130 calories and 7.5 grams of carbs, all in the form of added sugar (as much carbs as half a slice of bread). The recipe below has 1.5 ounces of tonic (one measure of the Standard Jigger) and 1 ounce of soda, leading to about 110 calories, but only 3.75 grams of carbs.

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The Low Carb Gin Fizz Cocktail Recipe. Pour the gin, lime juice, and whites from one egg into the shaker. Instead of simple syrup, we're going to use a low carb sweetener to add a little sweetness to the drink and balance out the tartness from the lime. I used Lakanto Monkfruit sweetener, which is a blend of Erythritol and monk fruit extract

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Low Carb Mixed Drinks. First up is the classic: a gin and tonic! To make it low carb, all you need to do is make sure you use slimline (or diet) tonic. Add ice and a twist of lemon or lime – perfection! Update – try my keto gin & tonic with basil – or check out all my low carb gin drinks! And here's another popular drink – a moscow mule!

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This recipe is super simple: gin, lime, mint, cucumbers, and tonic water. You'll be the talk of the party with these easy-to-make drinks that are perfect for any occasion! Ingredients. 1 1/2 oz or 3 tbsp Gin; 4-6 slices Cucumber; 1/4 Medium lime (sliced) 4 oz Tonic water; 6 Mint leaves; Steps to Make. In a shaker, pour the mint, lime, and gin. Muddle the ingredients. Add the cucumber …

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All of these drink recipes include low carb alcohol. They are naturally low or free of sugar and carbs. So, in this post, you’ll find: Gin Cocktails; Whiskey or Bourbon Cocktails; Rum Cocktails ; Vodka Cocktails; Tequila Cocktails; When buying these at the store, be sure to get the original version. Flavored varieties, say for example, Coconut Rum, is made with a coconut …

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Recipe creator Lorem Ipsum describes this as, "A popular way to drink your martini back in the 1930s. And not a bad way to drink them now, either. Gin, dry vermouth, and a couple dashes of orange bitters." This low-carb cocktail would make a great holiday pick-me-up (or just an after work pick-me-up).

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Is there a low carb gin tonic cocktail?

My go-to, no-brainer cocktail is a Gin Tonic. This classic and easy drink is light, refreshing, and perfect for any occasion. Here is my twist, a No-Guilt, Low Carb Gin Tonic Cocktail! I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! 1. Low Carb Twist on a Classic Gin Tonic 2. Fewer Carbs Than a Glass of Red Wine 3. More Low Carb Cocktails on the Blog 4.

Is a gin martini keto friendly?

2 oz. gin, 4 oz. keto friendly tonic water, juice from 1/4 a lime. Gin Martini: Sophisticated and classic, shake these ingredients with ice and then strain the cocktail into a tall martini glass. 2 1/2 oz. gin, 1/2 oz. dry vermouth, garnish with lemon peel or olives.

How many carbs are in a gin martini?

It’s a vital part of a gin martini, though, so I wanted to mention it here. Carb counts vary by brand, but generally, you can figure one ounce of dry vermouth has 1 g of carbs, and a standard recipe for a martini only uses 1/2 an ounce. That’s only 1/2 of a gram of carbs in one cocktail!

How much gin do you put in a martini?

1/2 cup gin (120 ml/ 4 fl oz) - other options: vodka, rum or tequila 2 cups sparkling water, or enough to top up few cucumber slices (if using gin), lime slices and fresh mint Place a few mint leaves in an ice cube tray.

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