Recipe by Fran Willis
"This is a sugar-free version of a Christmas favorite. It is best to make it just before serving."
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1 (1 ounce) package
sugar-free instant vanilla pudding mix
rum flavored extract
I made the nog with soy milk and pumpkin pie spice mixture and it was wonderful!
It has all the creamy, spicy holiday flavor of egg nog without all the fat and sugar.
This was just ok. Definitely did not taste like eggnog, more like thin vanilla pudding with spices. Letting it sit in the fridge for 30 minutes is a must if you want your drink to be thicker. It's not a bad taste, it's just not eggnog.
Made it for the holidays and enjoyed it. It was strong tasting to me, but some nogs are like that.
Making it fresh is real important. Since I can't have real sugar, I was happy to find this recipe.
2003 update - This New Year, I omitted the sweetener and rum, then used 1/2 cup of Da Vinci Sugar-Free Egg Nog syrup. My guests didn't know it was sugar free. I made it ahead and added a little milk to thin it. Got rid of the strong taste.
Used a little Splenda (to taste) and vanilla flavoring since we had no rum...(flavoring, that is!). This recipe is DELICIOUS and I can't wait to try it on my family at Thanksgiving! Thanks!!
I have been craving egg nog for weeks, but everytime I would look around in stores, all I could find was garbage laced with fat and sugar. I was a bit nervous about the results because of the pudding, but this was dynamite. If you were to do a blind taste test, people wouldn't have any idea that this was not real egg nog. Awesome.
THIS TASTE GREAT. IT'S EVEN BETTER AFTER IT HAS A CHANCE TO SIT IN THE FRIDGE FOR 30 MIN. OR LONGER. YUM!!!!!
Try making this with almond milk--either regular or unsweetened vanilla. YUM YUM. I've been craving this (must be psychological, the holidays just hit)so I'm headed to the store after church to stock up on vanilla pudding and almond milk.
Tastes just as good the real eggnog!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sugar Free Eggnog
Serving Size: 1/5 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 5
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 3
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