09 Dec Low Carb, Keto Spicy Cranberry Margarita
This Low Carb, Keto Spicy Cranberry Margarita is the perfect guilt-free holiday cocktail! Fresh cranberries and jalapeños add a special twist to the traditional margarita. Orange extract and a little water replace the traditional sugar-laden orange liqueur.
If you’re looking for a signature holiday cocktail, look no further! This Low Carb, Keto Spicy Cranberry Margarita is the perfect guilt-free holiday drink! Fresh cranberries and jalapeños add a special twist to the traditional margarita.
Having a nice cocktail shaker set makes recreating this Low Carb, Keto Spicy Cranberry Margarita a cinch! Walmart has several sturdy, affordable options.
Orange extract and a little water replace the traditional sugar-laden orange liqueur. Top yours with seltzer to stretch your calories and carbs even more while you toast the night away with friends.
Low Carb, Keto Spicy Cranberry Margarita
- 4 cranberries plus additional for garnish
- 2 jalapeño slices plus additional for garnish
- 1.5 oz. silver tequila
- 1.5 oz. freshly squeezed lime juice
- 1/8 tsp. pure orange extract
- 2 oz. water
- 2 tbsp. powdered monk fruit and erythritol blend
- lime wheel or wedge for garnish optional
- Rim a glass with lime juice dipped into kosher salt or powdered monk fruit and erythritol blend.
- Muddle cranberries and jalapeño slices in the bottom of a glass.
- Add remaining ingredients to a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake until monk fruit blend is dissolved.
- Strain mixture into the glass over fresh ice.
- Garnish with additional cranberries, fresh jalapeño slices and/or a lime wheel.
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A Note on Nutrition Facts
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