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Simple Low Calorie Cocktail

Started this discussion. Last reply by Matthew Jun 21, 2013. 7 Replies

I'm a beer drinker, I like good beer and I like to try new beers. But I've also been trying to lose weight and cut back on everything, especially the carbs and the empty calories you get from…Continue

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Matthew replied to Matthew's discussion Simple Low Calorie Cocktail
"This discussion is starting to remind me of Ron Swanson's "Clear alcohol is for rich women on diets." quote."
Jun 21, 2013
Bill Jamaca replied to Matthew's discussion Simple Low Calorie Cocktail
"When I went low-carb I started drinking vodka and soda with a splash of Rose's Lime Juice.  It is now my default summer drink.  Easy, tasty, and low-carb."
Jun 21, 2013
Matthew replied to Matthew's discussion Simple Low Calorie Cocktail
"Thanks! I'm down 40 right now. I recently slid back 5 lbs, but I'm on track again!"
Jun 20, 2013
Matthew replied to Matthew's discussion Simple Low Calorie Cocktail
"I do like a good bourbon every now and then. I've got a bottle of Pappy that I've been saving for a gathering of friends. But I find it difficult to sip bourbon while watching a sporting event or playing cards in a "game night"…"
Jun 20, 2013
Isaac Friedman replied to Matthew's discussion Simple Low Calorie Cocktail
"I normally drink wine, or straight vodka if I'm having hard stuff. Those are both low-calorie but not exactly cocktails. A lot of classics are pretty light though: Scotch and soda Martini Vodka and fruit juice of choice Good luck losing that…"
Jun 20, 2013
Mike Wisbrock replied to Matthew's discussion Simple Low Calorie Cocktail
"Not sure about Calorie count, but you can't go wrong with Scotch, Water, and Whiskey Stones."
Jun 20, 2013
J.L. replied to Matthew's discussion Simple Low Calorie Cocktail
"Bourbon and diet. No carbs. No sugars."
Jun 20, 2013
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Simple Low Calorie Cocktail

I'm a beer drinker, I like good beer and I like to try new beers. But I've also been trying to lose weight and cut back on everything, especially the carbs and the empty calories you get from beer.But I'll find myself out or at a party or other social setting were I want to have a drink and if I drink a six pack of Blue Point Toasted Lager over the course of an evening, that's 1,000+ calories.So I'm looking for ideas for a simple, low calorie cocktail to replace the beer and save some calories.…See More
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