Healthy Cocktails

Healthy Cocktails

Easy & Fun Recipes for All-Natural, Low-Sugar, Low-Alcohol Drinks

Matt Dorsey, Jenny Dorsey


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50 Better-for-You Boozy Beverages to Shake Up Your Happy Hour!

This photo-filled recipe book takes the guilt out of happy hour!

These genuinely tasty cocktails use minimal added sugar, all-natural ingredients, and a mix of liquor and low-alcohol spirits to make drinking feel like the easiest diet to maintain.

Most of the fifty recipes (and bonus recipes) contain five ingredients or less, most requiring fewer than three steps, so you'll be able to make most of these drinks quickly and with little effort.

Recipes range from reinterpreted classics, like the Old Fashioned, to millennial favorites like green juice spritzers, using vodka, gin, rum, bourbon, rye, scotch, tequila, and mezcal. Other recipes include:

  • Raspberry Sour
  • Spicy Bee’s Knees
  • Coconut Water Colada
  • Blackberry Smash
  • Sugar-Free Paloma
  • Taste of the Tropics
  • Eat Your Peas
  • Gotham Sunset
  • Ramos Gin Fizz
  • The Green Hour
  • Mint Julep
  • And more! 

With a mix of cocktails for all occasions, from drinking al fresco to a warm night cap, Healthy Cocktails is perfect year-round, day or night, and will surely shake up your happy hour!


Matt Dorsey:
Jenny Dorsey is a professional chef and artist specializing in multi-platform storytelling. Together, she and Matt run the popular popup series Wednesdays in NYC and a nonprofit culinary production studio named Studio ATAO.

Matt Dorsey is a self-taught mixologist and cocktail consultant based in NYC. His drinks have been featured in outlets such as LuckyRice, UrbanDaddy, Edible Brooklyn, Per La Mente, and he has previously won cocktail competitions put on by StarChefs and Edible magazine.


Jenny Dorsey is a professional chef and writer with a special focus on combining food and emerging technology for social good. She has previously written Air Frying for Everyone, One Pot Meals, and 28-Day Blood Sugar Miracle. Outside books, she has written for outlets such as Tasting Table, TechCrunch, Girlboss, Huffington Post, and more. Jenny also runs a popup series named Wednesdays NYC and a nonprofit named Studio ATAO. She resides in New York City.