If you're looking for a low-carb and refreshing drink to enjoy on a keto diet, look no further than keto raspberry mimosas. This recipe is perfect for a weekend brunch or any special occasion. With just a few ingredients, you can make a delicious and guilt-free cocktail that will impress your guests.
These keto raspberry mimosas are a delicious way to indulge in a low-carb cocktail. The fresh raspberries add a burst of fruity flavor, while the dry champagne keeps the drink light and refreshing. You can adjust the sweetness of the cocktail to your liking by adding more or less low carb sweetener. Cheers to a delicious and keto-friendly drink!
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CARBS IN A RASPBERRY MIMOSA
A keto raspberry mimosa made with fresh raspberries, dry champagne and low carb sweetener is likely to contain around 3-5 grams of carbs per serving.
- Raspberries - fresh are used but frozen could be used too
- Allulose - other low carb sweeteners such as monk fruit can be used.
- Champagne - prosecco can be used
HOW TO MAKE A KETO RASPBERRY MIMOSA
This is a simple recipe to make. The raspberry puree is made ahead of assembling the cocktail.
Heat the raspberries and sweetener in a saucepan
Sieve the raspberry mixture and you are ready to make the cocktail.
WHY HEAT THE RASPBERRIES?
Heating raspberries for a raspberry cocktail puree can help to release their juices and break down their fibers, making it easier to create a smooth and consistent puree. This process also helps to intensify the raspberry flavor and aroma, resulting in a more flavorful cocktail.
Add ¼ cup of vodka to the raspberry puree mixture for a stronger cocktail.
The raspberries could be muddled with the sweetener then strained.
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Keto Raspberry Mimosa
- ¼ cup raspberries
- ¼ cup allulose
- 1 cup proscesso or champagne
- Place the raspberries in a small saucepan on a gentle heat until they start to break down and release their juices
- Add the low carb sweetener and mash until you have a puree.
- Remove from the heat and strain. Set aside to cool.
- Spoon the raspberry mixture in 2 glasses and top up with champagne or prosecco.
- Garnish with raspberries and lime. Serve immediately.
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