Eggless Nog

Eggless Nog

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"I stumbled upon this recipe when trying to make vanilla instant pudding for my daughter, who is allergic to milk. I not only discovered that instant pudding doesn't work with non-dairy creamer, but it DOES create the base for the richest, tastiest, no-cholesterol egg nog I've ever tasted! Because there are no raw eggs, it's also safer that the traditional."
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5 m servings
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Original recipe yields 8 servings


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  1. Pour the creamer, pudding mix, vanilla, nutmeg and brandy into a blender in that order. Cover and blend for about 1 minute. Pour into glasses.


  1. 7 Ratings

Most helpful positive review

This is a very nice alternative to classic egg-nog and tastes great.

Most helpful critical review

Grainy texture, and very artificial-tasting

This is a very nice alternative to classic egg-nog and tastes great.

This also works with cold fat free evaporated milk and sugar free french vanilla pudding. To give it a hint of alcohol flavor without adding the brandy, I added a good measure of rum extract. EX...

I replaced the non dairy creamer with regular soy milk, and found this recipe delicious! The only problem I had was having to mix a 2nd time in the blender, as once it sat overnight it seperated...

Grainy texture, and very artificial-tasting

Our oldest daughter is expecting and our other children are lactose intolerant so this is perfect and easy

Unfortunately, I don't think this a good substitute for the real thing, and that's too bad because it is easy to make. My biggest complaint is that it tastes too artificial and more like a vani...

Easy to adapt. I use 5 3/4 cups unsweetened plain almond milk, 1/4 cup dark rum, one of the 5.1 oz boxes of vanilla pudding mix, and a touch nutmeg and cinnamon.

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