Low Carb Moscow Mules

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Moscow Mules have become one of my absolute favorite cocktails aside from wine. The only problem with drinking when trying to maintain control of your figure: SUGAR!

Moscow Mules made “the right way” should be accompanied by a delicious bite of ginger followed by a hint of lime and smooth vodka finish.

Because I do not plan to stop enjoying libations anytime soon I decided to make some minor adjustments to my favorite cocktail. The result – a simply satisfying twist without losing the remarkable taste, but minus the additional sugar.

 

Low-Carb Moscow Mules

Ingredients:

2 oz. Tito’s Vodka (preferred)

8 slivers Fresh Ginger Root

½ Lime

Ice

4 oz. Club Soda (optional for fizz)

Chilled Copper Mug

 MOSCOW MULE

Prepare the cocktail by putting the copper mug in the freezer and begin slicing fresh ginger root minus the skin (8 slices should be a good amount per drink). Smash ginger root in cup with a spoon to release the ginger juice essence. Pour 2 oz. vodka in cup with the ginger and let sit for about 10 minutes.

 

Squeeze as much of the lime juice as you can into the cocktail mixture. Add ice cubes (I like about 3) and Club Soda. Stir and garnish with a lime wedge.

Not feeling the lo-carb thing? Here is my favorite recipe for the traditional Moscow Mule Cocktail:

 

Ginger Bitin’ Moscow Mules

Ingredients:

2 oz. Tito’s Vodka (preferred)

4 oz. Goslings Ginger Beer(preferred)

½ Lime or lime juice

Ice

Chilled Copper Mug

GINGER BEER

Prepare the cocktail by putting the copper mug in the freezer. Pour 2 oz. vodka in cup. Squeeze or squirt lime juice into the cocktail mixture. Add ice cubes (I like about 3) and Goslings Ginger Beer. Stir and garnish with a lime wedge.

 

Enjoy!

 

 

 

Author: Sophia

I am a mom of 5 and wife who loves to write about my family's experiences. My writing comes from a passionate place - my experiences and my personal journey. Please enjoy my articles and be sure to try them out when you can, or share with others.

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