This Vegan Eggnog tastes so much like traditional eggnog it’s unreal! It’s creamy, comforting and SO easy to whip up in your blender!
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I started making vegan eggnog last Christmas and it really blew me away. Rewind – I’ve had regular eggnog since as long as I can remember. I’ve made it so many times I was even asked to make it on TVJ’s Smile Jamaica (a popular local morning show) several years ago. My dad was the first person I knew who was really into it, and when I started making it from scratch – it was asked for every single year.
Fast forward to now and being vegan, no one wants to ever miss out on the holiday fun, right? I guarantee you won’t with this recipe. It is *shocking* how much the combination of cashews, almond milk and the right spices really make this drink taste like real and traditional eggnog. It’s thick and creamy, smells like the holidays and so delicious. You can enjoy it cold like I love it, or warm it up in a sauce pan. Also – you can add alcohol to it – cause who doesn’t love a boozy eggnog? Amiriteeee.
For me, that just goes to show that amazing food is all about the right ingredients and the taste factor. I know for a fact that I’ve never once felt like I was missing out. What I love the most is that it’s actually way easier to make than regular eggnog. You blitz everything in a blender and that’s it! It doesn’t matter if you’re vegan or not – you’re going to love this.
Okay, I could go on forever, but long story short this Vegan Eggnog is:
– Thick & Creamy
– Made with cashews, almond milk, coconut sugar and spices. As simple as that.
– Easier than traditional eggnog
– Great hot or cold
– Smells like Christmas
P.S. I’ve definitely made this Boozy Vegan Eggnog – make it yours! Speaking of which – who’s making vegan eggnog ice cream with this?! Enjoy friends!
*I’ve used 1 teaspoon of pumpkin spice, and 2 teaspoons on a separate occasion – it’s up to you how spiced you want it!
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