A Low Calorie, No-Sugar Added Take on Margaritas & Mojitos

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Toast in the New Year with these Low Calorie, No-Sugar Added Margaritas & Mojitos! A healthy take on your new year festivities!

I can’t resist a delicious margarita. After a long day of work, the thought of snacking on guacamole and sipping a freshly-made margarita at my favorite neighborhood restaurant sounds like heaven. But here’s the problem: a margarita can have up to 800 calories! They are often loaded with sugar and sodium, causing a rapid and potentially dangerous spike in your blood sugar. Mojitos are another crowd favorite, but I rarely order them because it’s like drinking pure sugar. The average mojito has 25 grams of sugar! That much added sugar can lead to weight gain, so why throw away all of your hard work in maintaining a healthy diet and pushing through tough workouts? It turns out there are healthy versions of both cocktails that have half the calories and no added sugar. They are even vitamin packed with some Sunwarrior power ingredients. Here are two recipes that will hydrate and fuel your body with minerals while you enjoy a cocktail!

Margaritas & Mojitos


Grapefruit Margarita:

  • 1.5 ounces of white tequila
  • 4 ounces of Be Mixed Margarita (*Be Mixed is a zero calorie, zero sugar, vegan cocktail mixer that is flavored predominately with monk fruit. It’s game-changing for cocktail making).
  • 2 teaspoons of Sunwarrior Vitamin Mineral Rush (a full spectrum of liquid vitamins and minerals from all raw plant sources)
  • 3 grapefruit slices
  • Salt (optional)

Cucumber Mojito

  • 1.5 ounces of rum
  • 4 ounces of Be Mixed Cucumber Mint
  • 1 ounces of fresh lime juice
  • 1/2 capful of Sunwarrior Liquid Light (a fulvic acid mineral complex packed with electrolytes which protects, nourishes, and detoxifies cells)
  • 4 ounces of unflavored club soda
  • Mint leaves
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Grapefruit Margarita

  1. In a cocktail shaker, muddle fresh grapefruit slices
  2. Pour in the tequila and Margarita Be Mixed and shake for one minute
  3. With a strainer to catch the muddled fruit, pour the drink into a glass over ice
  4. If you like salt, garnish the rim


Cucumber Mojito:

  1. In a cocktail shaker, pour the lime juice
  2. Muddle the mint for 45–60 seconds
  3. Pour in the rum and Cucumber Mint Be Mixed and shake for one minute
  4. Pour the mixture into a glass over ice and top with club soda



Margaritas & Mojitos

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