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You spent the last few months attending parties, soirées, and gatherings while eating, well, everything in sight. Now that we’re almost done with month three of 2013, have you kept your New Year’s resolution? Whether you’ve been hitting the gym or sleeping in, indulging in boozy temptations can take you way off course, especially when some cocktails can have as much as a whopping 1,000 calories. And while those creamy piña coladas may be a perfect heat-buster to welcome spring and summer, too many alcoholic treats can easily pack on the pounds. Just remember: it will take an average person about one hour of competitive basketball (or a similar physical activity) to burn off three standard drinks (or about 300 calories).

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Does this mean it’s time to give up on happy hour altogether? Not if we can help it. For those watching their waistlines, but still looking to kick back with a tasty, refreshing libation, we’ve discovered several slimmed-down cocktails that don’t skimp on taste and quality. After all, you'll want to be drinking Watermelon Fizzes and Bluegrass cocktails all summer long — and you won't feel bad about it the next day. Plus, several health experts provided us some secrets and tips on enjoying your favorite drink without the lingering guilt. Click ahead to find low calorie versions of your favorite drinks that will get you in ready for bikini season — cheers!


14 Low-Calorie Cocktails That Actually Taste Amazing

With a little savvy, it is possible to shake up light cocktails that still pack plenty of flavor and a healthy punch. Here, 14 of the best.

Pour 1 ½ oz. Ketel One Botanical Cucumber & Mint into a chilled glass filled with ice. Squeeze in the juice from 1 lemon wedge, and top with 3 oz. Health-Ade Pink Lady Apple Kombucha. Garnish with a thin apple slice and lemon twist.

In a cocktail shaker with ice, combine 1 oz. Montelobos mezcal, 1 oz. Ancho Reyes Verde liqueur, ¾ oz. lime juice, ¾ oz. cucumber juice, ½ oz. simple syrup, and a few sprigs of cilantro. Shake well, and strain into a glass.

Recipe from Diez y Seis at Shore Club South Beach.

In a shaker with ice, combine 2 oz. rum or gin, 1 oz. lime juice, 1 oz. cucumber juice, 1 oz. simple syrup, and a few sprigs of mint. Shake well, and strain into a glass filled with ice. Garnish with mint leaves and celery and nigella seeds.

In a highball glass, stir 2 oz. Tres Agaves Blanco tequila, 1 oz. grapefruit juice, and ½ oz. agave nectar. Stir, and top with a splash of club soda. Garnish with fresh grapefruit and mint leaves.

In a shaker with ice, combine 1 oz. Deep Eddy Ruby Red Grapefruit Vodka, ¼ oz. lemon juice, and ¾ oz. grapefruit shrub. Double-strain into a Champagne flute, top with cava, and garnish with a dash of Angostura.

In a rocks glass with ice, stir 1 ½ oz. Tres Agaves Blanco tequila and 1 oz. tonic water. Top with a splash of lime juice, and garnish with fresh lime wedges.

In a rocks glass with ice, stir 2 oz. Deep Eddy Orange Vodka and 3 oz. sparkling water. Garnish with an orange slice.

Pour 2 oz. Three Olives Rosé Vodka into a glass with ice. Top with club soda and a dash of bitters. Garnish with a grapefruit twist.

In a mixing glass with ice, combine 2 oz. Avion Anejo tequila, 1 bar spoon of agave nectar, 2 dashes of orange bitters, and 1 dash Angostura bitters. Stir until cold, then strain into a rocks glass filled with fresh ice.

In a mason jar filled with crushed ice, stir 2 oz. Deep Eddy Sweet Tea Vodka and 4 oz water. Garnish with a slice of lemon.

Combine 1 ½ oz. Tito's Handmade Vodka, 1 oz. lemon juice, and ¾ oz. simple syrup in a glass with ice. Stir to combine, and top with club soda. Garnish with 2 lemon wheels and sprigs of rosemary and thyme.

Recipe from Tito&rsquos/mixologist Abdul Ford.

In a shaker, combine 2 oz. SKYY vodka, ¾ oz. fresh lime juice, ¾ oz. simple syrup, and 2 dashes Mexican hot sauce. Pour into a glass with a salted rim and filled with ice. Garnish with cucumber dimes.

Slice 1-2 apples, and place in a large glass jar. Pour in one bottle of Tito&rsquos Handmade Vodka. Let sit in the refrigerator for 3-5 days until desired flavor is achieved. Drink over ice.

In a cocktail shaker with ice, combine 2 oz. Bulleit bourbon, ⅓ oz. lime juice, and ½ oz. simple syrup. Strain into a glass filled with ice, and garnish with basil leaves.


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15 Best Low Calorie Cocktails

The motto of holiday party season is "eat, drink and be merry," right? But if the cocktails you're downing end up filling you up with empty calories, it's hard to get past the "drink" and on to the "eat and be merry" part. (Look, one glass of eggnog can have as many calories as a large cookie, and which would you rather have? Cookie right!?)

So here are some reminders to make your boozing count. First, one of the best things you can do when it comes to holiday drinking is to decide how many drinks you want to have before the party, says Rebecca Scritchfield, RD, author of Body Kindness. It's definitely okay if it's going to be a fun night, but sticking to a limit will keep you—and your hangover—in control for the next day. As to what you might want to have in your glass? "I love warm beverages, like hot toddies, mulled wine or Baileys with hot chocolate or coffee since they're sip-worthy. You take your time and really enjoy them while drinking less," says Scritchfield. Fitness trainers Katrina Scott and Karena Dawn of Tone It Up (who love wine so much they created a whole hashtag devoted to it) take a slightly different approach: "When we drink, we go for wine, champagne, or clear alcohol," they say. "Wine contains antioxidants for some heart-healthy perks and clear alcohol has fewer calories and congeners, a compound that can cause more severe hangovers, than dark liquors." And don't forget about beer, the unsung nutritional hero: "Beer has more vitamins and minerals than hard liquor," says Scritchfield. "It contains significant amounts of magnesium, selenium, potassium, phosphorus, biotin, and is chock full of B vitamins." Lastly, watch out for sneaky sugar content. "If you’re making a mixed drink, choose high-quality ingredients and steer clear of sugary mixers. Instead, muddle fresh berries or mint in your drink," Scott and Dawn explain. If you're going to add some fruit to your drink, Scritchfield likes pomegranate since it's a seasonal color and flavor. "I like to include pomegranate juice in it since it's such a festive color. You can even add a few pomegranate arils to the bottom of your holiday sparkling wine or champagne," she says.

One last tip before you get partying? Eat. Dinner. First. Eating first often gets overlooked in a (frankly, silly) quest to keep calorie counts for the day low, but it can't be stressed enough. "Drinking on an empty stomach causes the alcohol to go right into your bloodstream, which makes you feel the effects more quickly and feel worse the next day," say Scott and Dawn. "Having food in your stomach, especially healthy protein, fats, and carbs, helps slow down the absorption." Make sure you have some water, too. Tomorrow will thank you.

Now that you've got the general guidelines down, here are some cocktails you can make yourself to stay lower-cal this holiday season. To imbibe without feeling guilty, sip in moderation and stick to these fewer-than-200-calorie drink options.


19 Healthy Cocktail Recipes That Still Taste Delicious

Cutting down on calories doesn't have to mean cutting out alcohol entirely.

Trying to cut back on the calories? Usually, when people want to shed some pesky pounds alcohol is the first thing they cut back on (looking at you dry January), but there are plenty of ways to stay on track with your goals and still enjoy a cocktail at the bar with friends. The key is scour the cocktail menu and opt for healthy choices like sticking to soda water mixers, clear, high proof spirits, and fresh fruits, herbs, honey or agave. Once you know what to look for it's easy to avoid cocktail's deadly "sugar trap", but the best way to know what's in your drink is for you to brush up on your mixologist skills and whip up some cocktails at home. We've selected 19 of the best health-conscious and easy-to-make recipes to enjoy that will satisfy your cocktail cravings without the extra calories.

Ingredients:
6 oz Don Julio Reposado tequila
1 oz fresh lime juice
1 avocado (remove skin and pit)
Pinch of salt
Cilantro
Chili lime salt

Instructions:
Combine the tequila, lime juice, avocado, and salt into a blender with 2.5 cups of crushed ice. Blend until texture is smooth. Pour into a rocks glass rimmed with chili lime salt over ice. Garnish with cilantro and a lime.

Ingredients:
2 oz gin
.25 oz elderflower liqeuer
.75 oz bianco vermouth
.75 oz lemon juice
4-5 slice of cucumber, quartered
1 egg white
Cucumber and lemon to zest

Instructions:
Slice your cucumber into quarters, add them along with the gin, elderflower liqueur, vermouth, and lemon juice into a cocktail shaker. Muddle the ingredients. Add the egg white and ice and shake until it's frothy. Double strain into a coup glass and let it settle. Zest lemon and cucumber on top for garnish.

Ingredients:
3 grapefruits (juiced)
.75 oz lime
.75 oz agave
Thyme garnish

Instructions:
Light thyme on fire. Catch smoke in snifter glass and cover with a coaster. Add the grapefruit juice, lime, and agave to a cocktail shaker, and shake. Strain into the smoked glass and garnish with charred thyme.

Courtesy of Kristine Sorrano at Añejo

Ingredients:
2 oz Wódka vodka
.75 oz HG Golden Roots syrup
1 oz pineapple juice
.5 oz lemon juice

Instructions:
Add ingredients to a shaker and whip shake, pour into vessel and garnish with a mint sprig.

Courtesy of WestEnd Kitchen & Bar at Hutton Hotel in Nashville

Ingredients:
1.5 oz Milagro Silver
.5 oz agave nectar
1.5 oz fresh lime juice

Instructions:
Pour all ingredients into a Boston shaker. Shake and strain over ice in a rocks glass. Garnish with a lime wheel.

Courtesy of Jaime Salas, National Milagro Ambassador

Ingredients:
1 oz vodka (80 proof)
.75 oz OM Meyer Lemon & Ginger Liqueur
.5 oz lime juice
Ginger beer

Instructions:
Pour all ingredients into an ice-filled copper mug. Garnish with candied ginger on a cocktail pick.

Ingredients:
1.5 ozcognac (80 proof)
.75 oz OM Coconut & Lychee liqueur
.75 oz lemon juice
Lychee for garnish.

Instructions:
Rim the outside a quarter inch of a cocktail glass with sugar. Set aside. Shake all ingredients with ice. Strain into sugar-crusted glass. Serve with lychee on a cocktail pick.

Ingredients:
1.5 oz vodka
.5 oz lemon juice
Soda
Lemon slice

Instructions:
Add your vodka and lemon juice with ice to your shaker. Shake. Pour over ice. Top with ice. Garnish with lemon.

Ingredients:
1.5 oz Angel's Envy Port finished Bourbon
.5 oz lemon juice
.5 oz honey syrup
1 Dash absinthe
6-8 concord grapes (frozen)
1 thyme sprig
Soda water

Instructions:
Pour a splash of soda water over ice in a Collins glass. Add all ingredients, minus soda water, into a shaker filled with ice. Shake vigorously. Strain into glass and then add soda water. Garnish with frozen grapes.

Calorie Count: 90

Ingredients:
2 oz scotch
Soda water
Lemon peel

Instructions:
Pour scotch over large cubes of ice. Top with soda water. Garnish with lemon peel.

Courtesy of Emily Arden Wells for Gastronomista.

Ingredients:
2 oz whisky
1 oz apricot preserves
.5 oz lemon juice
Apricot slices

Instructions:
Combine the preserves, whisky and lemon juice in a shaker with ice. Shake. Pour cocktail over ice. Garnish with apricot slice.

Ingredients:
1 oz orange liqueur
1 oz pomegranate vodka
1 lime

Instructions:
Combine all in a shaker filled with ice. Shake thoroughly. Strain into a martini glass. Garnish with lime or pomegranate seeds.

Ingredients:
Vermouth at your discretion
Ice
Wedge of lemon/orange

Instructions:
Pour vermouth over large cube of ice. Garnish with a citrusy peel of lemon or orange.

Courtesy of Emily Arden Wells for Gastronomista.

Ingredients:
1 bunch of fresh mint
1 teaspoons powdered sugar (less calories than simple syrup)
Crushed ice
1.5 oz bourbon
1 tablespoon water

Instructions:
Shred mint and place with 1 tsp powdered sugar in bottom of glass. Muddle together. Add crushed ice generously, followed by bourbon, and water. Stir. Garnish with mint.

Courtesy of Jennifer Blumin and James Ramsey for Bon Apetit

Ingredients:
3 oz prosecco
2 oz Aperol
Splash of soda
Orange slice
Ice

Instructions:
Pour Prosecco over ice. Add Aperol and a splash of soda. Garnish with orange.

Ingredients:
.75 glass very chilled white wine
.75 glass very chilled club soda
Slice of Lime

Instructions:
Pour wine to fill half the glass. Add club soda. Garnish with lime on the rim.

Courtesy of Ree Drummond for Food Network

Ingredients:
2 oz rum (80 proof)
1 handful mint leaves
Lime (halved)
Club soda
1 sprig mint, for garnish

Instructions:
Use a tall glass, first pour rum. Shred and break mint leaves before combining with rum. Juice half of the lime into beverage. Top with ice, fill with club soda and add a sprig of mint.

Courtesy of Maureen Petrosky, for Today

Ingredients:
1 oz 80 proof vodka
2 oz orange juice
4 oz seltzer
Ice

Instructions:
Drop ice in 8 oz glass Combine vodka and orange juice. Fill remainder with seltzer.

Courtesy of Kelly Fitzpatrick for Greatist.

Ingredients:
1 tsp pomegranate seeds
4 oz champagne
.5 tsp store bought pomegranate juice
1 tsp cassis

Instructions:
Drop the pomegranate seeds into a Champagne flute. Pour champagne into flute, add pomegranate juice and cassis.


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In this article, we'll identify just how many calories you can expect to consume from a shot of whiskey and how to drink it while avoiding getting those pesky extra calories in!

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In this article, we'll identify just how many calories you can expect to consume from a shot of whiskey and how to drink it while avoiding getting those pesky extra calories in! It uses fresh raspberries and light cranberry juice for 86 calories. Healthy low calorie peach raspberry smoothie peach depot. View calories and nutrition info per 1 pub shot/35ml of whiskey and see how many calories are in 100ml of whiskey and its nutrition information. Other low calorie drinks are:

If you worry about the calories in whisky you are drinking far, far too much. Low carb and low calorie cocktails mixers and drink ideas. Most beer contains approximately 150 calories per bottle. All the calories in whisky are in the alcohol content which is 40%or more by law. This whiskey sour cocktail recipe is low in calories, thanks to our healthy ingredient swap.

7 easy ways to eat healthier this week : Healthy low calorie peach raspberry smoothie peach depot. Other low calorie drinks are: * percent daily values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. These favorite whiskey mixed drinks show off the spirit's versatility.

Tequila, rum, whiskey and gin with 65 calories per low calorie alcoholic drinks. If you are watching your weight, here are some lower calories alcoholic choices to help you enjoy the festive season. A standard drink or shot of whiskey (1.5 oz) is 105 calories with 0.042 grams of carbohydrates. A glass of whiskey has a low calorie count compared to drinks like beer and wine, and relatively the same as a glass of vodka or tequila. View calories and nutrition info per 1 pub shot/35ml of scotch whisky and see how many calories are in 100ml of scotch whisky and its nutrition information.

Now another common question people as is whether there's a difference however, the same cannot be said for whiskey and other drinks. View calories and nutrition info per 1 pub shot/35ml of whiskey and see how many calories are in 100ml of whiskey and its nutrition information. Although there are some types with a little lower calorie content, the. Light beer 110 calories, red wine 125 calories and the classic spirits i.e. If you are watching your weight, here are some lower calories alcoholic choices to help you enjoy the festive season.

A standard drink or shot of whiskey (1.5 oz) is 105 calories with 0.042 grams of carbohydrates. Tequila, rum, whiskey and gin with 65 calories per low calorie alcoholic drinks. View calories and nutrition info per 1 pub shot/35ml of whiskey and see how many calories are in 100ml of whiskey and its nutrition information. Healthy low calorie peach raspberry smoothie peach depot. In this article, we'll identify just how many calories you can expect to consume from a shot of whiskey and how to drink it while avoiding getting those pesky extra calories in!

The classic whiskey sour cocktail is usually made with mixers which contain a lot of sugar.

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Discover the calories in a shot of whiskey.

Healthy low calorie peach raspberry smoothie peach depot.

View calories and nutrition info per 1 pub shot/35ml of whiskey and see how many calories are in 100ml of whiskey and its nutrition information.

Healthy low calorie peach raspberry smoothie peach depot.

If you prefer your whiskey with cola, be.

Other low calorie drinks are:

These drinks showcase the versatility of whiskey.

Unfortunately, not every whiskey drink is going to be healthy.

View calories and nutrition info per 1 pub shot/35ml of whiskey and see how many calories are in 100ml of whiskey and its nutrition information.

Calories in different alcoholic drinks vary, and whiskey tends to be on the lower side.

(lowest calorie alcohol drinks) | liveleantv.

Low calorie alcoholic drinks are especially concerned by women because they give more health benefits than traditional alcoholic drinks.

Here's how many calories your favorite whiskey shot has.

The classic whiskey sour cocktail is usually made with mixers which contain a lot of sugar.

Whiskey is extremely low in saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium, and it also has a negligible level of carbohydrates, according to the usda.

A glass of whiskey has a low calorie count compared to drinks like beer and wine, and relatively the same as a glass of vodka or tequila.

(lowest calorie alcohol drinks) | liveleantv.

Other low calorie drinks are:

Expect your 1.5 ounce glass of 40 proof whiskey to have around 105 calories.

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There are lots of people who love to reach for whiskey as one of the popular new year's drink ideas.

Most beer contains approximately 150 calories per bottle.

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View calories and nutrition info per 1 pub shot/35ml of scotch whisky and see how many calories are in 100ml of scotch whisky and its nutrition information.

That's one jigger of whiskey with two to three ounces of ginger ale.


11 Cozy &mdash and Skinny &mdash Winter Cocktails

Place all ingredients in small saucepan. Bring to boil. Strain into airtight container. Cool. Refrigerate. Will stay fresh for up to two weeks.

Put all ingredients in shaker. Add ice and shake. Strain through shaker into chilled coupe glass garnished with apple.

Created by Chef Marcus Samuelsson. Courtesy of SKYY.

1 oz Dewar's Scotch 12 Year
1/8 oz Culinary Traditions Ginger Purée, thawed
1/2 tsp Culinary Traditions Mandarin Tangerine Concentrate, thawed
1/4 oz clover honey
3 oz very hot water
Cinnamon
Star Anise
Clove

To a coffee mug or brandy snifter, add hot water, Dewar's, honey, mandari tangerine concentrate, ginger purée, cloves and star anise. Stir.


For all the whiskey lovers. A hefty mix of whiskey, bitters, absinthe, sugar and water, the Sazerac is one of the lowest-calorie drinks on this list. At only 140 calories, you are getting quite the drink. It may sound like it could blow your head off, but the sugar and bitters make this an incredibly drinkable cocktail. Almost too drinkable.

This is one for the Sunday brunchers. Take your mimosa up a notch with a splash of grapefruit – the tang of the citrus with the fizz of the champagne will help curb even the worst Saturday night hangovers. And, at only 120 calories, you don’t need to feel so guilty about that fry up.


15 Creative Low-Calorie Cocktails


1. Coconut Water Champagne Fruit Punch
(132 calories)
Break out the bubbly: Four ounces of champagne contains only 91 calories, making it a go-to for health-conscious revelers. This punch features hydrating coconut water and a splash of fruit juice for flavoring. Plus, you can garnish your flute with some fresh berries or pineapple, too. Whip one up for your next post-sweat session brunch. Photo and recipe: Averie Sunshine / Averie Cooks


2. Ginger Kombucha Cocktail
(103 calories)
Made by fermenting tea, sugar, bacteria and yeast, kombucha is a great source of good-for-you probiotics. But did you know it could make a tasty mixer, too? Pick up some ginger-flavored kombucha next time you hit the store, and stir it up alongside a splash of vodka, mint and lemon for a drink that tastes fancy but is still easy to make. Photo and recipe: Jeanine / Love and Lemons


3. Roasted Cherry Sage Lemonade Cocktail
(150 calories)
The natural sweetness of roasted cherries renders simple syrup an optional ingredient in this recipe. Pick up sage-flavored spirits if you can find ‘em, or muddle your own sage leaves instead. Fresh squeezed lemon juice gives your glass the refreshing tanginess of a lemonade-based cocktail, without all the added sugar. Photo and recipe: Brandy / Nutmeg Nanny


4. Kir Royale
(104 calories)
Ah, the Kir Royale. It’s so simple you could almost make it in your sleep (not that we’d advise it). Crème de cassis, a liqueur made of black currants, spikes this bubbly-based option with some major fruity flavor. Pro tip: You can use sprinkle the liqueur over a serving of vanilla fro-yo, for a berry delicious twist on your favorite dessert, too. Photo and recipe: Erin Clarke / Well Plated by Erin


5. Skinny Margarita
(117 calories)
No drink screams “Warm weather!” more than a margarita. But unless you’re prepared to guzzle hundreds of calories, you might want to order up a “skinny” version. Get your citrus fix from fresh OJ instead of a sweetened liqueur for the same great taste — without turning your cocktail into a calorie bomb. Photo and recipe: Ali Ebright / Gimme Some Oven


6. Strawberry Grapefruit Mimosa
(122 calories)
A plain old mimosa isn’t that bad for you — but this crowd-pleasing (and pretty!) drink will take your go-to brunch cocktail to the next level. The combination of grapefruit juice and champagne is sure to please your taste buds — and thyme adds an herbaceous twist. Bonus: Grapefruit contains lycopene, which can help fight free radicals in your body. Photo and recipe: Elsie Larson / A Beautiful Mess


7. Coconut Mango Mojito
(126 calories)
This coconut-rum based drink will give you an island vibe, even if you’re landlocked — plus, the mango puree brings vitamins A and C to the table. Thanks to some club soda bubbles and the refreshing taste of mint, this drink is light and refreshing enough to enjoy any time. Photo and recipe: Jessica Merchant / How Sweet Eats


8. Sparkling Fruit Sangria
(131 calories)
Get a load of all the fruit in this drink! The strawberries and oranges will help you score a hefty dose of vitamin C, so you can feel virtuous even when treating yourself. Make sure to give the mixture some time to soak, so the fruit can properly absorb the booze. Photo and recipe: Sally / Sally’s Baking Addiction


9. Clementine, Bourbon, & Clove Cocktail
(149 calories)
This bourbon-based drink is perfect to sip on during a cold snap. The earthiness of the cloves complements the sweetness of clementine juice, creating a mix of flavors so rich you’ll be satisfied after just one serving. Photo and recipe: Dulcie Wilcox / Two Tarts


10. French Kiss Cocktail
(116 calories)
Here’s a treat for all you berry lovers out there. Packed with antioxidants, the raspberries in this drink act as a natural sweetener (and a post-cocktail snack?). Add a bit of raw honey if you like your cocktails on the sweeter side. Photo and recipe: Alexis Kornblum / Lexi’s Clean Kitchen


11. Red Pepper Martini
(122 calories)
Since this recipe requires an entire bell pepper, we’re pretty sure it practically qualifies as a salad. Spice up your cocktail experience with some jalapeno, a dash of hot sauce and some fresh ground black pepper, too. Photo and recipe: Kate Taylor / Cookie and Kate

12. Strawberry Rhubarb Sangria (107 calories)
Meet your new no-fuss party drink. Replace simple syrup with Truvia to cut this cocktail down to only five grams of sugar. Plus, since each glass is chock full of nutrient-rich fresh orange juice, oranges and strawberries, the guests at your next get-together can drink up and still enjoy dessert. Photo and recipe: Perry Santanachote / Life by DailyBurn


13. Mint Gimlet
(150 calories)
Simplicity speaks volumes in this easy four-ingredient cocktail. Gimlets are heavy on the booze, so be sure to watch your serving sizes. A kick of mint is an easy way to take this classic drink to the next level — and just a half an ounce of simple syrup ensures your taste buds won’t be overwhelmed by sweetness. Photo and recipe: Catherine Sheppard / The Life Styled


14. Ginger Beer Margaritas
(142 calories)
As long as ginger beer is the star of the show (rather than one of several caloric ingredients), it’s a safe bet for spicing up a low-cal concoction. Fresh lime juice ensures this mix still tastes like a margarita — and don’t forget the salt to rim your glass. Photo and recipe: John and Dana / Minimalist Baker


15. Pineapple and Coconut Champagne Cocktail
(70 calories)
Drink this one while you’re on the beach — or just wishing you were. Pineapple sends some energizing vitamin B coursing through your system, while the coconut flakes add a bit of delicious texture — plus, coconut is rich in fiber, too. Photo and recipe: Shanna / PineappleandCoconut