Vodka Mojito Spritz
Cocktails on a Tuesday, why not? This vodka mojito spritz is my jam lately so I figured I would share it with you! All I craved when pregnant was beer for some reason so when I was no longer pregnant I was so excited to have all the beeeeer. BUT now that I am realizing my alcohol intake can’t be calorie and carb heavy if I want to get back into shape – skinny cocktails it is! Remember that honey syrup I made last week? Well that is the sweetener I use in this. It has the perfect balance of sweet, sour and bubbly and it is a great cocktail for the end of summer! I like to think fall is really starting but the native southern californian I am knows better – we still have 1 sold month left of warmer weather.
Yesterday was actually chilly and overcast in the morning while at my stroller strides workout and it was glorious!! I also think this postpartum life makes me hot all the time so why not cool down with a Vodka Mojito Spritz. I always used to be cold at all times and since pregnancy I run hot hot hot! So I am extra excited for fall because this AC bill from being home all summer with a newborn is quite a situation. Until the days of hot toddys come around, make yourself this DELISH drink! It would also be amazing without the alcohol if you just want a tasty drink too. So let’s get the details:
I love my soda stream for times like this! I love adding bubble to just about anything I drink.
Oh and these glasses are from World Market and i’m in love!!
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Nutrition for Vodka Mojito Spritz
This Vodka Mojito Spritz is so refreshing and its a much healthier option than a normal mojito that uses a syrup and added sugar. If you are a seltzer lover, you know there is 0 calories and many flavors you can choose from to spice up your beverage life without adding additional calories or sugar. This recipe has two servings in it and each beverage is less than 130 calories. A typical mojito can range from 200-400 calories! Plus having mostly seltzer in this beverage it is helping you stay hydrated!Print
- 3 shots of vodka
- 2 shots of lime juice
- 1 shot of honey syrup
- 5–7 mint leaves (plus a few extra for garnish
- sparkling water or club soda
- In a cocktail shaker combine vodka, lime juice, honey syrup, and mint leaves.
- Use a muddler (or end of a wooden spoon) and smash the mint leaves into the drink.
- Fill 2 glasses with ice the pour the mixture (while straining to remove mint leaves) into each glass.
- Fill the rest of the glass with sparkling water then garnish with some mint leaves!