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December 17, 2012

Egg-Less Eggnog

Easy, delicious recipe for Egg-Less Eggnog

I have never had Eggnog before !  It always looks and sounds so delicious, but I am not one for raw egg and every recipe I have seen contains raw egg and I had gone in search of an Egg-Less Eggnog recipe.

Until a couple of days ago when Mandy from MANDY'S RECIPE BOX shared an egg-less eggnog recipe! I could hardly wait to try it out ... and when I finally did --- Delicious !

The only change I made was to use Caster Sugar instead of normal sugar, otherwise I followed her recipe which can be found here.

Egg-Less Eggnog

2 liters


1 Box (90g / 3oz) Instant Vanilla Pudding
4 cups Milk
4 cups Fresh Cream {Heavy/Whipping}
1/2 cup Caster Sugar
2 t Vanilla Extract
2 - 3 t Rum Extract

To serve: Whipped Cream, Nutmeg ...{I only used Nutmeg}


1.) Beat together the Vanilla Pudding with one cup of Milk until it start to thicken.
2.) Add all the remaining ingredients {except the decorating ingredients} - mix well with a blender.

Cover and chill - mine thickened {we only had some the following day}, therefore I did not add any whipped cream as well, but it will look much more impressive with a dollop of whipped cream and the Nutmeg sprinkled over.

When Dimitri, who is normally very fussy, tasted this, he finished two tall glasses and gave his nod of approval immediately !

Easy, delicious recipe for Egg-Less Eggnog


  1. I'm not a fan of uncooked eggs either. I should try this with the family! :)

  2. Interesting. How is caster sugar different from regular sugar?

  3. Hi Linda! I LOVE that this recipe doesn't contain Raw Eggs!!! I will have to give it a try. I found this post of yours through the Practically Functional party-I'm glad you shared it! -Meg

  4. I;m not in to eggnog, so maybe I should try this?? Thank you for linking it up at the party!

  5. Humm! Me and my hubby were just talking about eggnog (since I have Hot Buttered Rum as one of my five faves and he asked where's the eggnog, lol) and we agreed about the raw egg thingy. Humm As soon as we recoup from the big Barn Party, we are having some of this stuffs. LOl

    Merry Christmas!

  6. Oh thanks for sharing on Foodie Friday! my husband loves eggnog, but he has a hard time with the raw egg (had a salmonella experience once). I'll be showing him this for sure.

  7. Yummy Eggnog! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and a very Merry Christmas to you and your family.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  8. What a fantastic idea! I'm sure the vanilla pudding would be perfect in this. I like mine with extra nutmeg! Thanks so much for sharing.

  9. Uncooked eggs are forbidden in my family, so I'm very glad to have found this recipe.
    I'm saving it.
    THANKS !!

  10. Great idea for those who don't want to eat raw eggs! Thanks for linking up at 'It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas' hop. So happy to have you!

  11. What an interesting idea to use pudding. I can just imagine how good this tastes. Thanks for sharing on Thursdays Treasures.

  12. I used to always rink raw egg eggnog growing up.. The thought of it now makes me ill. I've made my own eggnog recipe (unfortunately it's not up on the blog yet) that tempers the eggs and then adds them back into the liquid to continue to slowly cook them without scrambling. I've had great success with it and even my mom thinks it's better than the raw egg version, not to mention safer! Also, it will stay fresh a little longer in the fridge, although we've never had a problem finishing off 2 gallons (roughly how much the recipe makes) within the first 2 days!


  13. A great variation! Pinned and loved. Thanks for sharing at MightyCrafty Mondays.

  14. Linda, I stumbled this one too! Thanks so much for keeping the stumbled upon G+ group alive!


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