3 Low-Calorie Cocktails for the Holidays

Save the calories for the candy
Holiday Cocktail


Try these low-calorie cocktails and splurge on sweets instead.

Without a doubt, the holidays are the best time of the year. Aside from all of the presents and memorizing light displays, there’s no denying the holidays are truly amazing, thanks to the delicious food at parties.

If you try to watch your weight, the holiday months can quickly become stressful. A big dinner, two cookies, and a boozy cup of eggnog later, your calorie count is through the roof, and the night has just begun!

A quick solution to this problem would be to stay away from the dessert table, but who wants to do that during the holidays? Here’s a better solution: Don’t drink your calories.

If you drink a beverage that has fewer calories, you can indulge in the foods you want. Skip the eggnog and sip on these low-calorie cocktails this season instead.

Baked Cranapple Cobbler

Cranberry cocktails are common during the holiday season, but they’re often full of sugary mixers. The TY KU Citrus Liqueur in this beverage is naturally low in sugar, making it a healthier alternative. 

Click here for the Cranapple Cobbler recipe.

Cinnamon Swirl Cocktail

The warm, soft smell of cinnamon is often used to give a recipe a feeling of comfort. Luckily, this recipe allows you to enjoy the comforting taste of cinnamon without any guilt. This cocktail features a single egg white, lime juice, cinnamon syrup, and rum.

Click here for the Cinnamon Swirl Cocktail recipe.

Fireball Whisky Christmas Hug

This cocktail only includes three ingredients: Fireball, apple juice, and cranberry juice. One would assume that the juices would add extra calories, but this recipe only calls for one or two ounces of each. Not to mention, when it’s compared to other holiday cocktails, spiked hot chocolate and eggnog don’t stand a chance.

Click here for the Fireball Whisky Christmas Hug recipe.

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