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Skinnygirl Prosecco is the perfect drink to add to cocktails to keep them low-calorie but flavorful. The bubbles add a festive spark and there's something delicious about the taste of fizzing cherries in this Cherry Spalsh recipe!
Even though fresh fruit watermelon martinis are a sensible low-calorie cocktail option, this healthy "mocktail" only packs 65 calories per serving. - Maryse ChevriereView Recipe
Want to add a festive beverage to your meal? A typical frozen margarita from a restaurant provides upwards of 600 calories and 120 grams of carbohydrates. To cut back on calories and carbs, try a margarita on the rocks made with tequila, zero-calorie sparkling water, and fresh-squeezed lime juice. This change eliminates nearly all carbohydrates and reduces calorie intake to less than 100.This recipe is provided by Jennifer Christman, RDN, LDN, CPT at Medifast.View Recipe
Wine enthusiasts, fear not! You can still enjoy all of the health benefits while minding your calories; calories: 110.
If you’re hosting a holiday party, mulled wine is a must-have. Save your guests from consuming their entire daily calorie intake from cocktails by serving this low-calorie mulled wine recipe.This recipe is courtesy of Skinny Girl.View Recipe
Some classics are easily modified with just the addition of club soda; calories: 120.
For fans of the fresh and tangy, the greyhound is a perfect choice; calories: 130.
Did someone just say cake? Yes! Go ahead, have your “slice” and drink it, too; calories: 94.
Mixing coconut and whiskey doesn't always come to mind, but this cocktail developed by Vita Coco is not only low-calorie, but also delicious.
This classic only needs one modification to make it diet friendly: Diet Coke; calories: 70.View Recipe
Everything from the pie crust to the filling in this pie is homemade. The secret ingredient is the boxed sugar free jell-o pudding that provides a gelatinous texture, one similar to jam. Serve warm and if you really want, with fat free ice cream or cool whip! Click here to see the 10 Dessert Recipes for Diabetics (Slideshow)Photo Modified: Flickr/ jeffreywView Recipe
Margarita drinkers will be in paradise with this tequila-based alternative; calories: 98.