RSVP Skinnies


When Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and Samantha were drinking Cosmos on “Sex and the City,” did you ever want to try one yourself? Perhaps you just didn’t want the extra calories or expense of ordering a drink when you went out to dinner. Or, maybe you don’t drink alcohol. When you order a virgin drink in a bar or restaurant, they are still expensive and loaded with calories. Let RSVP Skinnies save the day!

RSVP Skinnies are zero-calorie drink mixes made from all plant-based ingredients. At about a dollar a mix, they don’t break the bank if you’re watching your expenses. And if you’re watching your calories, they are the perfect way to enjoy your favorite cocktail without the additional caloric intake of the mixer. Of course, the alcohol still contains calories, but the majority of calories come from the mixers so this eliminated those calories all together. How great is that?

You can definitely make virgin versions of the drinks, so don’t think these are only for alcoholic drinks. They simply add the flavor you expect when ordering a London Gimlet, Maui Mai Tai, New York Cosmo, or Baja Margarita.

For a Baja Margarita, combine a Skinnies Margarita packet with water and Tequila (if you want), and serve it on the rocks in a salt-rimmed glass. It’s so much less expensive than ordering one in a restaurant and much healthier.

RSVP Skinnies are perfect for those who are watching their waistline, their wallets, and even their alcohol intake. You can have the delicious flavor of an expensive cocktail without all the added calories and cost. Whether you chose to make yours with or without alcohol, these are a nice way to change up your routine. Aso, they go nicely with any diet. With no calories, sugars, and 1 or 2 grams of carbs, they are a dieter’s dream.

The next time you have friends over, offer them one of these four cocktails and you’ll be the hostess with the mostess, to use an old 1950’s term.


About Author

Francine has been covering the entertainment industry, products, and travel for over 20 years. She has been published internationally in newspapers, magazines, and on websites. Her book, Beyond the Red Carpet The World of Entertainment Journalists, looks at all aspects of being an entertainment journalist.

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