Drinking a frozen margarita (or two) feels a lot better when you know they’re completely sugar-free.
As you know, most classic margaritas and margarita mixes are packed with sugar from simple syrup and high-sugar alcohols like Cointreau, Triple Sec, and Grand Marnier.
None of that will fly on a low-carb or keto diet.
While delicious going down, high-sugar alcoholic drinks will raise your blood sugar and insulin response and could kick you out of ketosis for days.
Instead, opt for this sugar-free strawberry peach margarita. This low-carb version is just as sweet and satisfying as a standard margarita, with the guilt-free bonus of being sugar-free.
Now can you enjoy a summer social or your favorite Mexican holiday with an authentic margarita cocktail that won’t kick you out of ketosis. Add some low-carb Mexican snacks (guacamole, anyone?) and you’ve got yourself a party.
This low-carb margarita is:
The main ingredients in this sugar-free margarita recipe are:
- Perfect Keto Peach Exogenous Ketone Base
- Fresh lime juice
Optional additional ingredients
- Monk fruit
- Orange extract
- Slice of lime
3 Health Benefits of This Keto Strawberry Peach Margarita
#1: Extra Boost Of Ketones
Your strawberry peach margarita cocktail contains fresh strawberries, which are low in sugar and high in antioxidants.
Peaches, on the other hand, tend to contain too much sugar for most keto dieters.
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So, instead of peaches or peach syrups, this recipe uses Peach Exogenous Ketone Base. This not only replaces real peaches that are high in sugar, but it also provides an immediate boost to your blood ketone levels.
Exogenous ketones act just like the ketones your body makes when it’s in ketosis. This means more energy and brain power for you — even if you ate a few more carbs than normal[*].
These exogenous ketones provide a sweet, peachy flavor, boost your energy, and won’t destroy your blood sugar balance like a standard sugar-laden margarita would.
#2: Rich In Vitamin C
Both limes and strawberries are fantastic sources of vitamin C. Among the many benefits of vitamin C, its role as an antioxidant is the most important[*][*].
As an antioxidant, vitamin C can protect your body from diseases that are caused by oxidative damage.
One example is heart disease. In the beginning stages of heart disease, your LDL cholesterol can become oxidized.
This can lead to the formation of plaques in your arteries, which contribute to high blood pressure, blood clots, and stress on your heart. Preventing this type of oxidation may be a crucial step in the prevention of heart disease[*][*].
Inflammation plays a major role in most chronic diseases as well as obesity, which leads to many health issues, from heart disease to diabetes.
Eating a diet high in anti-inflammatory foods can help combat inflammation and keep your body protected from its many detrimental effects.
Strawberries are one of the best natural sources of polyphenols, a group of plant-based anti-inflammatory compounds. Anthocyanins, a type of polyphenol that gives fruit their red and blue color, is particularly well researched for its role in calming inflammation[*].
Some studies even suggest that increased anthocyanin intake may quell inflammation that often leads to obesity[*].
Strawberry Peach Margarita
Margaritas aren’t just for summer BBQs and Cinco De Mayo. You can enjoy this super simple margarita cocktail any night of the week — and stay low-carb and keto.
Even so-called “skinny margaritas” at your local bar often contain agave syrup or just less of the sugary-alcohols than the classic margarita.
Keep the party at home and just add a few drops of liquid stevia or a sprinkle of monk fruit to taste instead of sugary syrups.
Add some muddled strawberries, Peach Exogenous Ketone Base, lime, and tequila and you’ve got a keto, sugar-free cocktail that everyone will love.
It’s time to relax and enjoy a cocktail like you’re on a tropical vacation…no matter where you are.Print
Strawberry Peach Margarita
Forget the triple sec, Cointreau, Grand Marnier, and simple syrup. This strawberry peach margarita cocktail is sugar-free, low-carb, and keto-friendly. Drink up!
- Total Time: 5 minutes
- Yield: 1 cocktail 1x
- 1 scoop Perfect Keto Peach Exogenous Ketone Base
- 1 ½ parts tequila
- 3 parts lime juice
- 3 frozen strawberries
- 5–6 drops liquid stevia (adjust to taste preference)
- Grab your high-speed blender, a cutting board, and a shot glass from your cabinet.
- Determine how many margaritas you want to make, and then multiply the number by 1.5. This is how much tequila you should pour into the blender.
- Cut a few limes in half, and squeeze the lime juice into the blender. Make the margarita three parts lime juice, so twice as much lime juice as tequila.
- For each margarita yield, add three strawberries to the blender.
- Add 5-6 drops of liquid stevia for each margarita.
- Add one scoop Perfect Keto Peach Exogenous Ketone Base for each serving.
- Add as much ice as you need for desired consistency, and blend all ingredients.
- Pour and enjoy.
- Serving Size: 1 cocktail
- Calories: 96
- Fat: 0 grams
- Carbohydrates: 3 grams
- Fiber: 0 grams
- Protein: 0 grams
Keywords: keto strawberry peach margarita