Vegan and Dairy Free Eggnog! Healthy Christmas Recipes – Mind Over Munch

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These healthy eggnog recipes are vegan, dairy-free, AND low-fat! You can make eggnog with any nut milk, soy milk, or coconut milk! Happy Holidays!
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The recipes for both eggnog’s are included below! Nutrition for both recipes can be found in my Ho Ho Healthy Christmas ebook!

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2 1/2 cups (600mL) milk (nut or soy milk for dairy free)
3/4 cup (180mL) egg beaters/substitute
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp nutmeg
3 Tbsp sweetener
pinch of salt

1. Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth and well combined.
2. Adjust sweetness to taste.
3. Chill, or devour as is!
*Note: Egg substitute/beaters are pasteurized products and are thereby safe to consume without being cooked.


1 15 oz can (400mL) lite coconut milk
1 cup (240mL) nut milk of choice
1 banana, frozen
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp nutmeg
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
1 Tbsp maple syrup
2 Tbsp sweetener

1. Allow your frozen banana to thaw for about 10 minutes.
2. Blend all ingredients together until smooth and creamy. Adjust
thickness of the eggnog to your preference by adding ice or coconut
milk for creaminess and volume, or milk to thin it out.
3. Adjust sweetness to taste.
4. Chill, or devour as is!

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13 thoughts on “Vegan and Dairy Free Eggnog! Healthy Christmas Recipes – Mind Over Munch

  1. But will the vegan version not taste like a banana milkshake?? That is basically how I make banana milkshakes and they do taste like banana a LOT

    1. The less ripe bananas are milder in flavor but can get a litle more acid, at least the kind that I can usually get here in mexican supermarkets, that are either oaxacan or chiapas kind, would it be a good substitution to use the vegan coconut ice cream with a little vanilla flavor or would it turn too thick for this specific recipe? Because I think the ice cream might not affect the taste as much as the banana

    2. Yes there is definitely a banana taste. My advice is to use a LESS ripe banana for less banana flavor and focus more on spices for flavor for this one 🙂

  2. I just made your vegan nog. My wife and I love it! We are vegan but it seemed like a better option since we wanted nog and didn’t want all the excess calories from the store bought. This made are night.

    1. Yea I know, they just don’t sell any egg whites or yolks or substitute where I’m from 🙁 I really wanna have a healthy eggnog

    2. egg substitute should be near the eggs and egg white cartons, it’s just egg whites that’s yellow in color 🙂

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