About

ModCocktailer is about better living through low-carb, low-sugar cocktails.

I'm Kerry, and I'm thrilled to welcome you to THE place for fabulous cocktailing...without all the stuff you don't want.

Since 2017, I've been on the Keto plan, which means I've cut out sugar and cut way down on carbs. This is my way of staying healthy and keeping my energy up. But it's got to be fun and tasty, too, or I'm out! Cocktails are a part of life's grand adventure for me; I'm not one of those people who is going to cut alcohol out of my life...And thus was ModCocktailer born.

I’ve found a lot of great low-carb and low-sugar recipe websites and books, and some of them even have recipes for cocktails. But I couldn't find as many resources focused specifically on cocktails, so I decided to create my own. I’m not a health expert or a cocktail expert or even a bartender; I’m just sharing what I’ve learned as I experiment with low-sugar cocktails.

This is for you, my friends. Consuming less sugar is good for us all, whether you're Keto, diabetic, low-carb, or just thinking proactively about your health. If I can make these cocktails pizzazzy and delicious, too...that's what it's all about! I'm so happy to have you here.

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Because most hard liquor doesn’t have carbs, cocktails can be a great way to have a tasty, sociable beverage while staying on a low-carb or low-sugar eating plan. Your basic gin and soda is a simple, tasty alternative to sugary mixers and juices. I have also adapted and substituted mixers and juices where I could, to broaden the range of alternatives and de-carb some of the more sugary cocktails.

Some of my drinks will have carbs, yes. That’s why I give you the nutritional information: so you can keep an eye on your macros and decide where to draw your own line.

And a final word of warning: low-carb eating can make you more sensitive to alcohol than you’re used to. Trust me, I’ve experienced this myself! You are going to be one cheap date, so take it easy. Make sure you’re drinking lots of water with your cocktails and in between. And of course, don’t drive if you’ve had any alcohol to drink.

If you’re not a low-carb devotee that’s OK, too. We can all benefit from less sugar in our lives, so join me for some low-carb, low-sugar cocktailing!

Because most hard liquor doesn’t have carbs, cocktails can be a great way to have a tasty, sociable beverage while staying on a low-carb or low-sugar eating plan. Your basic gin and soda is a simple, tasty alternative to sugary mixers and juices. I have also adapted and substituted mixers and juices where I can, to broaden the range of alternatives and de-carb some of the more sugary cocktails.

Some of my drinks will have carbs, yes. That’s why I give you the nutritional information: so you can keep an eye on your macros and decide where to draw your own line.

And a final word of warning: low-carb eating can make you more sensitive to alcohol than you’re used to. Trust me, I’ve experienced this myself! You are going to be one cheap date, so take it easy. Make sure you’re drinking lots of water with your cocktails and in between. And of course, don’t drive if you’ve had any alcohol to drink.

If you’re not a low-carb devotee that’s OK, too. We can all benefit from less sugar in our lives, so join me for some low-carb, low-sugar cocktailing!