Fabulous, Retro, Low Sugar - The NEW Sugar Free Gingerbread Martini

Ready for a happy Ho-Ho-Holiday drink like no other? We've got the recipe.


Gingerbread Martini Recipe from Sinless Syrups

Gingerbread is a trip down memory lane whether your childhood included this holiday treat or not. You'll have visions of sugar plums dancing in your head the moment you sip this magical cocktail.

Our original recipe called for a Sinless Syrup flavor that was retired. Since we aren't sure if or when it might return, we've decided to freshen up this recipe just in time for holiday party planning.

The Sugar Free Gingerbread Martini tastes naughty but is 100% on the nice list for your favorite holiday get-togethers. This time, we're using Salted Caramel as our Sinless Syrup so you can STILL get your festive on without feeling guilty over the sugar in your glass. 

Salted Caramel Sinless Syrups in the Gingerbread Martini

Three Ways to Ginger

Personally, we've never met a ginger we didn't like. As a spice, it is a distinct and nostalgic taste and aroma. Gingerbread has a potent spice blend that is ginger-forward with accents of cinnamon, clove, anise, nutmeg, and rich, dark molasses. Depending on how intense you like your gingerbread flavor, we have just the right incredient for you.

There is a fabulous ginger liqueur, Domaine de Canton that is about 70 calories per ounce and 10 g of carbohydrates. If you have the time and patience, you can make your own Ginger Liqueur using vodka or brandy or vodka + brandy and fresh ginger. The recipe below is based on homemade Ginger liqueur made with vodka.

Keto friendly Gingerbread Martini recipe


To DIY, combine 750ml of whichever spirit you choose and 1/2 to 1 Cup of grated or chopped fresh ginger. Add a cinnamon stick, 1/4 tsp whole cloves, star anise, and 1 tsp of molasses in a glass bottle that can be closed. Shake well and then set aside for 24 hours. Remove the cloves and star anise, shake well and allow to steep  for one more day.

Once finished steeping, pour the liqueur into a new bottle, straining out all the flavorings. We recommend keeping it chilled so you're always ready for an impromptu holiday toast. What? You never know when you'll need to celebrate something!

Holiday cocktail recipe for Gingerbread Martini

For a short cut, you can add fresh, grated ginger into your shaker (use a mesh strainer when you pour your cocktail) or even use a ginger extract, commonly found in the baking aisle or the health food aisle.

However you decide to make this absolutely delightful cocktail, count on making plenty to share. Everyone will want to try them.

Happy Ho-Ho-Holidays!


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