"Egg Not" (Eggless Eggnog) Recipe
Milk, vanilla pudding mix, and spices are blended together creating an eggless eggnog for a festive holiday drink!
This recipe is good for those who are allergic to eggs, and those who would like an eggnog free of worries. French vanilla pudding, with a little rum flavoring, and nutmeg, and they'll never know.
I made it exactly as your recipe, minus the rum extract. Doesn't taste exactly like eggnog, but it's real close. Very tasty. I will make this again!
This is a GREAT recipe for eggnog. I actually tried it because I had used all of the eggs making deviled eggs :) It tastes VERY much like the store-bought eggnog that has gotten SO expensive. It is EASY to make, and quite a hit. I did trade a pint of whipping cream for part of the milk so that it would be thicker. Thanks!!
Naturally I have tried my own recipe... It is VERY close to the real thing! Always a hit at any festive gathering. I use 2% milk, and regular instant vanilla pudding mix- NOT french vanilla. The rum extract is the key ingredient. Experiment with the other spices to your own liking!
OMG!!!! SOO GOOD! I have always been a Hood eggnog drinker till this heavenly rec. I only made a minor adjustment because my daughter is lactose intolerant. I used Lactaid instead of milk. Because the Lactaid is on the sweet side I was able to use a little less sugar. Every thing else is PERFECT!!!! Thank you so much for sharing.
Coworkers loved it for Christmas!
It's taken me several years to perfect this recipe. Now everyone asks, 'When are you making the eggnog?!' This uses cooked eggs for safety, and you can use more or less rum to taste.
Eggnog is diary-free, egg-free, sugar-free, and guilt-free thanks to this recipe that calls for agave nectar, cashew milk, and nutmeg.