Vegan EggNog (Eggless Nog): An Eggless Nog that is completely Vegan, Dairy Free and easy to make. Perfect for the Holiday Season
The recipe for this Vegan Eggnog is as simple as can be. All you need are a few ingredients – Almond Milk, Light Coconut Milk, Raw Cashews, Medjool Dates, Sea Salt, Nutmeg, Cinnamon, Cloves, Vanilla Bean and Bourbon. Of course, the Bourbon is optional and you can leave it out for a non-alcoholic Vegan Eggnog, but I personally love the little kick it lends to this Eggless Nog. Another great thing about Vegan Eggnog? You needn’t cook it because there is nothing in here that could potentially give you Salmonella. Teehee. Anyhoo, all these ingredients go into a high-powered blender and you are a whizz away from Vegan Eggnog bliss.
The final result? A goddamn winner, that’s what. This Vegan Eggnog recipe results in a creamy, thick and rich beverage that could fool any non-vegan out there. “This is fukking delicious, dude.”, said my non-vegan friend. And there you have it. Delicious Vegan Eggnog!!!!!!! Without the fukking eggs!!!! Who would have thought! Scroll down for the full recipe and happy sipping!
- 3 1/2 cups Almond Milk (the refrigerated variety)
- 1/2 cup Light Coconut Milk
- 6 large Medjool Dates, pitted
- 1 cup Raw Cashews
- 1/2 a Cinnamon Stick
- 1 1/2 teaspoons freshly grated Nutmeg
- Seeds of 1/4 of a Vanilla Pod
- Pinch of Ground Cloves
- Generous pinch of Sea Salt
- 2 tablespoons Bourbon
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PREPARATIONThe most magical time of the year is here! What are you going to make first? Let it be cookies, cakes, pies, warm stews, hearty entrees, and plenty of snacks and dips too, Christmas is the time to go all out when it comes to the spread. No matter if you have relatives coming over or if you’re celebrating solo with just your nearest and dearest, there’s a little something in our vegan recipe collection for everyone during the holiday season.
Before you can actually start making Christmas fare, it’s helpful to know what it takes to make cooking for Christmas a success. Don’t worry — it’s so easy! See our tips in How to Have a Vegan Merry Christmas. We like to think that the most magical time of the year can also be completely delicious, and totally simple at the same time.
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Crazy Vegan Kitchen: Hello! My name is Amrita. I am 24 years old, a bit of an oddball, dark sorceress of vegan recipes, and a board certified cat lady too. I’m not your usual vegan food blogger – I’m decked out in almost 30 (and counting) tattoos and I’m straight forward, sometimes cynical and blunt as a butter knife. Most people find me HILAAAAAARIOUS, others just think I’m legitimately clinically crazy.