A diet cranberry vodka cocktail is a refreshing alcoholic drink. Sometimes called a Cape Codder, the drink is low-calorie because vodka is sugar-free and has about 100 calories per 1.5 oz serving. Regular cranberry juice has about 70 calories per 4 oz., while diet cranberry has about 20 to 25 calories for the same size serving. It is possible to make a 6 oz. diet cranberry cocktail for less than 200 calories.
Add the ice to the glass and pour the vodka over the ice.
Add the cranberry juice to the vodka and ice mixture.
Use a drink stir stick to mix the vodka and cranberry juice.
Squeeze the lemon or lime wedge over the drink or cut a slit into the wedge and affix it to the side of the glass.