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Low Carb Caramel Apple Cocktail

This caramel apple cocktail is the perfect alcoholic treat for the fall! It's low carb, keto, and sugar free!

Low Carb Caramel Apple Cocktail - sugar free recipe that is perfect for autumn!


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How to Make a Low Carb Caramel Apple Cocktail

To prepare the cinnamon rim of the glasses, mix together low carb sweetener of choice with ground cinnamon on a plate. Drizzle a little of the ChocZero caramel syrup onto a paper towel and wipe it around the rim of the glass. Dip each glass into the cinnamon mixture and turn it a few times to fully coat the rim. Set aside.Low Carb Caramel Apple Cocktail - sugar free recipe that is perfect for autumn!

To mix the cocktail base, add vodka, gin, apple oil (or extract), and the caramel syrup to a jug. Stir or whisk well to mix together – the syrup is pretty thick so make sure that it is fully combined.

Add some ice to the two prepared glasses, then divide the cocktail base between them. Top up with club soda and garnish with star anise, cinnamon – or – if your diet allows – a few small cubes of apple on a skewer.

Low Carb Caramel Apple Cocktail - sugar free recipe that is perfect for autumn!

This caramel apple cocktail is lightly sparkling and you're just going to love the blend of classic fall and autumn flavors like apple, cinnamon, and caramel!

Low Carb Caramel Apple Cocktail - sugar free recipe that is perfect for autumn!

 

 

Low Carb Caramel Apple Cocktail

Low Carb Caramel Apple Cocktail

Yield: 2 Cocktails
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

This caramel apple cocktail is the perfect alcoholic treat for the fall! It's low carb, keto, and sugar free!

Ingredients

For the cinnamon rim

For the cocktail

Instructions

  1. To prepare the cinnamon rim of the glasses, mix together the sweetener with the ground cinnamon on a plate. Drizzle a little of the caramel syrup onto a paper towel and wipe it around the rim of each glass. Dip each glass into the cinnamon mixture and turn it a few times to fully coat the rim. Set aside.
  2. To mix the cocktail base, add vodka, gin, apple oil, and the caramel syrup to a jug. Stir or whisk well to mix together.
  3. Add some ice to the two prepared glasses, then divide the cocktail base between them.
  4. Top up with club soda and garnish with star anise, cinnamon - or - if your diet allows - a few small cubes of apple on a skewer.

Notes

3g net carbs per serving of one cocktail

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Nutrition Information
Yield 2 Serving Size 1 Cocktail
Amount Per Serving Calories 137Total Fat 0gSaturated Fat 0gSodium 41mgCarbohydrates 14gNet Carbohydrates 3gFiber 11gProtein 0g

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