9 Low-Calorie Cocktail Recipes For Healthier Sipping

By: Chris Freytag, CPT // March 14, 2023

If you want to squeeze out every last drop of summer like we do, you probably already have the next few months booked with beaches, boating, and barbecuing! We decided to collect and share our favorite low-calorie cocktails to make your next summer party a hit without any trial and error.

These healthy drinks are made with simple ingredients instead of high-calorie, sugar-filled mixes that can leave you with a nasty headache. Instead, these healthier options made with real fruit and vegetables are fresh, low in calories, and absolutely scrumptious!


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    Low-Calorie Tequila Cocktails

    Skinny margarita on the rocks in a glass

    Skinny Margarita (On The Rocks)

    A skinny margarita is the best alternative to the super-sized frozen margaritas commonly served at Mexican restaurants. A typical margarita can be well over 700 calories. And margarita mixes you buy pre-made are full of sugar and food coloring too. Instead, I like to make my own healthy margarita. It has simple ingredients and is

    Low-Calorie Rum Cocktails

    This low-calorie coconut fizz cocktail will transport you to a sunny, beach getaway.

    Coconut Fizz

    This delicious, low- calorie drink will transport you to a tropical paradise. All you need is two ounces of Malibu rum, one ounce of pineapple juice, and some club soda. Mix in your cocktail glasses and serve!

    Taste the tropics with this simple 4 ingredient Piña Colada recipe that's low-calorie and delicious!

    Piña Co-Co Lada

    Who doesn’t love a Piña Colada? I do, but often times these fruity blended drinks can leave you with a headache, and it’s not from the rum. Frozen drinks are often made from a mix that is high in artificial flavors, sugar, calories, and fat! I found a recipe that had 17 grams of fat

    A better for you cocktail? Sign us up! This peach mint mojito is perfection.

    Peach Mint Mojito

    Everything will be peachy keen as long as you keep the mojitos coming! This fun summer cocktail is made with real peaches, mint leaves, lime, rum, and clementine sparkling water for a fruity drink everyone will love. Plus, this mojito is only 146 calories! How to Make A Peach Mint Mojito Muddle a quarter of

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    Watermelon Mojito

    Okay full disclosure, I knocked off this recipe from one of my favorite restaurants. I twisted the bartender’s arm for the ingredients, but I swapped out the high-calorie simple syrup for a little stevia simple syrup that works like a charm! They key to a good watermelon mojito is fresh watermelon! This recipe is actually

    Low-Calorie Gin Cocktails

    Two glass of lemonade cocktail with cucumber and rosemary

    Cucumber Lemonade Fizz Cocktail

    Nothing screams summertime like fresh cucumber lemonade so what could be a better cool-off cocktail by the pool than this refreshing Cucumber Lemonade Fizz! This drink is a healthy low-calorie recipe that has so many layers of flavors, if you make this for company, your guests will be impressed by your mixologist skills. What Type

    Coconut gin and tonic cocktails garnished with cucumber and mint

    Coconut Gin and Tonic

    Coconut water is the secret to this tropical and fresh gin and tonic!

    Low-Calorie Wine Cocktails

    Pear sangria in a glass with pomegranate seeds

    Pear Sangria

    All you need is five-ingredients and a sunny day to sip on this fun version of a sangria!

    Low-Calorie Whiskey Cocktails

     Chamomile Honey and Whiskey Cocktail with daisy garnish

    Chamomile Honey And Whisky Cocktail

    You’ll mix this drink hot by adding all the ingredients to boiled chamomile tea, but then you’ll chill it over ice for a cool and refreshing adult sipper.

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