Keto Happy Hour: 50+ Low-Carb Craft Cocktails to Quench Your Thirst (1) Paperback – February 20, 2018
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Kyndra’s recipes and photos have been featured in Women's World, National Examiner, Huffington Post, and Washington Post, as well as on FoodNetwork.com and many other websites. For more of her recipes, visit http://peaceloveandlowcarb.com
- Item Weight : 1.2 pounds
- Paperback : 208 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1628602813
- ISBN-13 : 978-1628602814
- Product Dimensions : 7.5 x 0.5 x 9.13 inches
- Publisher : Victory Belt Publishing (February 20, 2018)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #33,798 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I open the liquor cabinet, that has been neglected for probably 8-12 months and found… good lord, a massive stash of very non-keto candy and chocolate that I had forgotten about! Shite! Seriously?!!! Ok, gather up my willpower and move right along to…Sapphire Gin! Okay, now we’re talking. I skip straight to Keto Happy Hour’s, Chapter Four: Gin Drinks, and the enticing recipe for Blackberry Gin Fizz! Sounds good to me! And I do have, exactly 4 organic blackberries! That’s a sure sign if there ever was one! But alas, no erythritol, that stuff doesn’t really agree with me. Surprised the author doesn’t mention alternatives like stevia (Not that I like the taste of any version of that anyway!) or Lankanto’s monk fruit sugar options? So many keto authors just don’t seem to know about Lankanto, which is weird to me! I have a lot of keto books, both non-fiction and recipe, and I don’t think any of then mention it! Luckily, I do know about it and stock up regularly on all their natural calorie-free sugars when they have their regular sales. (They have granular, powdered and liquid forms) so after mixing my keto-cocktail, I add enough liquid monk fruit to my taste preference. Ohhhhh, and this is SO good! Fabulous recipe!
What I love:
The taste! Doh!
Self explanatory, clickable, pre-chapter descriptions: The Complete Guide to Carbs in Alcohol; Bartending Lingo; Basic Mixology Techniques; Cocktail Measurements; Stocking Your Low-Carb Home Bar; Fruit-and-Herb Pairings; My Top Ten Tips for Hosting the Perfect Cocktail Party; Low-Carb Party Planning; Winter Wonderland; Game Night; Summer Lovin’; Brunch; Girls’ Night; Guys’ Night and Hangover Hacks. Then of course, solid chapters on different alcohol types, like gin, rum, tequila etc…
The photos! I ALWAYS appreciate photos in a recipe book! Who doesn’t?
A few minor gripes:
Formatting is a bit messed up in places. For example, the recipes each have a Food Information list at the end. The Blackberry Gin Fizz recipe, when I open it on my Kindle Cloud reader, has the ‘g’ for the ‘2g’of dietary fiber on next line. This shouldn’t be spilt up. I assume an easy fix? I do believe there is a way to lock them together?
As already mentioned earlier, other natural, calorie-free sugar options should be included.
Does the NET 3g of carbs for the Blackberry Gin Fizz account for just the 4 blackberries in the drink? Or does it include the garnish blackberry too, which is listed in the ingredients? For those of us that are a little OCD, this is important! :O)
Sooo, my daughter got stuck and had to retreat back down the mountain. She’s safe and sound and I found her somewhere to stay. May as well have another drink! Mint Julep, I’m in!