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My go-to, no-brainer cocktail is a Gin Tonic. This classic and easy drink is light, refreshing, and perfect for any occasion. And the best part is, that it’s low-carb!

About a year ago, I had to switch to a low carb diet and I was bummed that I wouldn’t be able to enjoy my favorite cocktail. Since carbs suddenly became precious, I didn’t want to exhaust my daily allowance in drinks:-)

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

Well, they say that necessity is the mother of all new cocktails . I tried several different options, including diet tonic and using club soda instead.

Finally I came to this simple hack: start with a good quality Gin and just replace half the tonic with club soda, and you can barely tell the difference.

Fewer Carbs Than a Glass of Red Wine

In fact, with half the tonic, it turns out that a Gin Tonic has lower carbs and lower calories than a glass of !

Each ounce of tonic water has about 2.5 grams of carbs. Gin has zero carbs. So, a regular Gin Tonic, with 3 ounces of tonic, is about 130 calories and 7.5 grams of carbs, all in the form of added sugar .

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

The recipe below has 1.5 ounces of tonic ) and 1 ounce of soda, leading to about 110 calories, but only 3.75 grams of carbs. A glass of red wine has about 125 calories and 3.8 grams of carbs. See, I told ya!

So, next time you have an urge for a Gin Tonic, try this no guilt, low carb, and lower calorie recipe. This is my favorite low carb cocktail.

By the way, my favorite Gin currently is “Rangpur Tanqueray“; if you haven’t tried it already, believe me its worth a shot.

Some of my other favorite cocktails

If you like my recipe for gin and tonic, you are likely to enjoy these drinks too. Cheers!:

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

This delicous is an Indian twist on a classic Mojito. It blends a popular Indian spice blend, called Jal Jeera, with mint, lime and a touch of tamarind chutney.

And for something warm for a cold evening or for sipping on the patio, nothing comes close to Mulled wine!

★ Did you make this recipe? Please give it a star rating below! For more quick & easy recipes, FOLLOW ME on , and .

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

This twist on the classic Gin Tonic recipe, reduces the carbs with a simple hack. Read on how to enjoy this light and refreshing drink without feeling guilty.

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

- 1/3 cup ice : about 6-8 medium sized ice cubes

- 1.5 ounces gin : 1 standard jigger. I recommended Rangpur Tanqueray

- 1.5 ounces : 1 standard jigger. I recommended Fever Tree Tonic Water

- 1 ounces or seltzer water : 2 measures of the small side of a standard jigger

- Put ice in a nice high-ball glass

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

- Use a to add the gin, tonic and soda. I keep my gin in the freezer, so that its absolutely chilled and also use chilled tonic and soda.

- Twist and add a lemon peel or a full lemon slice to the glass. You can alternatively put a few drops of lemon juice.

Note: The nutrition facts below are my estimates. If you are following any diet plan, I recommend cross-checking with your preferred nutrition calculator.

Calories: 113kcal | Carbohydrates: 3g | Sodium: 11mg | Sugar: 3g

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Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

Hi, I'm Aneesha, a foodie by birth and the mind, body and soul behind Spice Cravings. Here I share quick, easy & healthy Indian & global recipes that are low in effort and big on taste! A recipe doesn't make it on the blog unless it is tested multiple times and gets a thumbs-up from my taster-in-chief, my husband, and my teen-chefs, my twin girls!

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Youre of great help and gin tonic my favourite!

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

Hi Tolga, you’re most welcome! Glad you enjoyed this recipe. Cheers!

Thank you for saving my happy hour. My wife and I have happy hour around 5:00 almost every day. I wanted to go low card and thought I was not going to be able to have my GT but your recipe saved me and I wanted to thank you. Just fixed myself one and it is great!!!

» » Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

This post may contain affiliate links. Please see .

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

My go-to, no-brainer cocktail is a Gin Tonic. This classic and easy drink is light, refreshing, and perfect for any occasion. And the best part is, that it’s low-carb!

About a year ago, I had to switch to a low carb diet and I was bummed that I wouldn’t be able to enjoy my favorite cocktail. Since carbs suddenly became precious, I didn’t want to exhaust my daily allowance in drinks:-)

Well, they say that necessity is the mother of all new cocktails . I tried several different options, including diet tonic and using club soda instead.

Finally I came to this simple hack: start with a good quality Gin and just replace half the tonic with club soda, and you can barely tell the difference.

Fewer Carbs Than a Glass of Red Wine

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

In fact, with half the tonic, it turns out that a Gin Tonic has lower carbs and lower calories than a glass of !

Each ounce of tonic water has about 2.5 grams of carbs. Gin has zero carbs. So, a regular Gin Tonic, with 3 ounces of tonic, is about 130 calories and 7.5 grams of carbs, all in the form of added sugar .

The recipe below has 1.5 ounces of tonic ) and 1 ounce of soda, leading to about 110 calories, but only 3.75 grams of carbs. A glass of red wine has about 125 calories and 3.8 grams of carbs. See, I told ya!

So, next time you have an urge for a Gin Tonic, try this no guilt, low carb, and lower calorie recipe. This is my favorite low carb cocktail.

By the way, my favorite Gin currently is “Rangpur Tanqueray“; if you haven’t tried it already, believe me its worth a shot.

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

Some of my other favorite cocktails

If you like my recipe for gin and tonic, you are likely to enjoy these drinks too. Cheers!:

This delicous is an Indian twist on a classic Mojito. It blends a popular Indian spice blend, called Jal Jeera, with mint, lime and a touch of tamarind chutney.

And for something warm for a cold evening or for sipping on the patio, nothing comes close to Mulled wine!

★ Did you make this recipe? Please give it a star rating below! For more quick & easy recipes, FOLLOW ME on , and .

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

This twist on the classic Gin Tonic recipe, reduces the carbs with a simple hack. Read on how to enjoy this light and refreshing drink without feeling guilty.

- 1/3 cup ice : about 6-8 medium sized ice cubes

- 1.5 ounces gin : 1 standard jigger. I recommended Rangpur Tanqueray

- 1.5 ounces : 1 standard jigger. I recommended Fever Tree Tonic Water

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

- 1 ounces or seltzer water : 2 measures of the small side of a standard jigger

- Put ice in a nice high-ball glass

- Use a to add the gin, tonic and soda. I keep my gin in the freezer, so that its absolutely chilled and also use chilled tonic and soda.

- Twist and add a lemon peel or a full lemon slice to the glass. You can alternatively put a few drops of lemon juice.

Note: The nutrition facts below are my estimates. If you are following any diet plan, I recommend cross-checking with your preferred nutrition calculator.

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

Calories: 113kcal | Carbohydrates: 3g | Sodium: 11mg | Sugar: 3g

Did you try this recipe?Mention or tag !

Hi, I'm Aneesha, a foodie by birth and the mind, body and soul behind Spice Cravings. Here I share quick, easy & healthy Indian & global recipes that are low in effort and big on taste! A recipe doesn't make it on the blog unless it is tested multiple times and gets a thumbs-up from my taster-in-chief, my husband, and my teen-chefs, my twin girls!

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Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

Spice Cravings is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program and earns from qualifying purchases.

Youre of great help and gin tonic my favourite!

Hi Tolga, you’re most welcome! Glad you enjoyed this recipe. Cheers!

Thank you for saving my happy hour. My wife and I have happy hour around 5:00 almost every day. I wanted to go low card and thought I was not going to be able to have my GT but your recipe saved me and I wanted to thank you. Just fixed myself one and it is great!!!

» » Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

This post may contain affiliate links. Please see .

My go-to, no-brainer cocktail is a Gin Tonic. This classic and easy drink is light, refreshing, and perfect for any occasion. And the best part is, that it’s low-carb!

About a year ago, I had to switch to a low carb diet and I was bummed that I wouldn’t be able to enjoy my favorite cocktail. Since carbs suddenly became precious, I didn’t want to exhaust my daily allowance in drinks:-)

Well, they say that necessity is the mother of all new cocktails . I tried several different options, including diet tonic and using club soda instead.

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

Finally I came to this simple hack: start with a good quality Gin and just replace half the tonic with club soda, and you can barely tell the difference.

Fewer Carbs Than a Glass of Red Wine

In fact, with half the tonic, it turns out that a Gin Tonic has lower carbs and lower calories than a glass of !

Each ounce of tonic water has about 2.5 grams of carbs. Gin has zero carbs. So, a regular Gin Tonic, with 3 ounces of tonic, is about 130 calories and 7.5 grams of carbs, all in the form of added sugar .

The recipe below has 1.5 ounces of tonic ) and 1 ounce of soda, leading to about 110 calories, but only 3.75 grams of carbs. A glass of red wine has about 125 calories and 3.8 grams of carbs. See, I told ya!

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

So, next time you have an urge for a Gin Tonic, try this no guilt, low carb, and lower calorie recipe. This is my favorite low carb cocktail.

By the way, my favorite Gin currently is “Rangpur Tanqueray“; if you haven’t tried it already, believe me its worth a shot.

Some of my other favorite cocktails

If you like my recipe for gin and tonic, you are likely to enjoy these drinks too. Cheers!:

This delicous is an Indian twist on a classic Mojito. It blends a popular Indian spice blend, called Jal Jeera, with mint, lime and a touch of tamarind chutney.

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

And for something warm for a cold evening or for sipping on the patio, nothing comes close to Mulled wine!

★ Did you make this recipe? Please give it a star rating below! For more quick & easy recipes, FOLLOW ME on , and .

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

This twist on the classic Gin Tonic recipe, reduces the carbs with a simple hack. Read on how to enjoy this light and refreshing drink without feeling guilty.

- 1/3 cup ice : about 6-8 medium sized ice cubes

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

- 1.5 ounces gin : 1 standard jigger. I recommended Rangpur Tanqueray

- 1.5 ounces : 1 standard jigger. I recommended Fever Tree Tonic Water

- 1 ounces or seltzer water : 2 measures of the small side of a standard jigger

- Put ice in a nice high-ball glass

- Use a to add the gin, tonic and soda. I keep my gin in the freezer, so that its absolutely chilled and also use chilled tonic and soda.

Low Carb, No Guilt Gin Tonic Cocktail

- Twist and add a lemon peel or a full lemon slice to the glass. You can alternatively put a few drops of lemon juice.

Note: The nutrition facts below are my estimates. If you are following any diet plan, I recommend cross-checking with your preferred nutrition calculator.

Calories: 113kcal | Carbohydrates: 3g | Sodium: 11mg | Sugar: 3g

Did you try this recipe?Mention or tag !

Hi, I'm Aneesha, a foodie by birth and the mind, body and soul behind Spice Cravings. Here I share quick, easy & healthy Indian & global recipes that are low in effort and big on taste! A recipe doesn't make it on the blog unless it is tested multiple times and gets a thumbs-up from my taster-in-chief, my husband, and my teen-chefs, my twin girls!

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