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Paleo Eggnog

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Last Updated on December 7, 2020

This easy Paleo eggnog is made with the perfect blend of spices and luscious coconut milk for the most divine holiday drink. Egg yolks make it extra creamy and delicious.

paleo eggnog in a cup with cinnamon sticks near the cup

When I was a kid, eggnog was a treat.  It was also, well, sickly sweet so it makes sense that I wanted to drink it ALL the time. I’m pretty sure that I drove my mother crazy with all my begging and now, as a parent, I can see why she caved in after the 100th time.

First, I had no idea how filling this Paleo Eggnog recipe is. WOW.  

This made about 2 cups (0.47 l) but I could only drink 1/4 cup (0.95 l) before feeling like I was going to burst.

It’s also spicy, lightly sweet goodness and a delicious drink for the holiday.  If you have any rum in your pantry, I highly encourage you to spike it and kick it up a notch.

paleo eggnog in a small pan with a whisk near it.

What you need to make this Paleo eggnog

  • Full Fat Coconut Milk
  • ground cinnamon power
  • nutmeg
  • cloves
  • pure vanilla extract
  • dark maple syrup
  • egg yolks

Some common question about this Paleo Egg Nog Recipe

Can I eat raw eggs? This answer depends on the quality of your eggs. If you are eating eggs from pasture raised chicken that have access to free-range and space, I would say yes. If you are worried about raw eggs in eggnog, please note the yolks are cooked in this recipe.

Can I use any milk for eggnog? Yes, please feel free to us almond milk, hemp milk, whole milk, etc to make this recipe.

paleo egg nog
Yield: 2

Paleo Eggnog

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

Pour a glass of this simple, delicious, dairy-free paleo eggnog at your next holiday celebration

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. In a sauce pan over low heat add the coconut milk and whisk in the spices. Once the liquid is warm remove from the heat. Let cool so the liquid is warm to the touch.
  2. Whisk in the egg yolks.
  3. You can either drink warm or cool
  4. Enjoy!

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

2

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 140Total Fat: 8gSaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 184mgSodium: 13mgCarbohydrates: 15gFiber: 0gSugar: 12gProtein: 3g

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Katie

Sunday 12th of January 2014

Egg Nog is something I don't care for, but my husband loves it. I suppose I could be nice and make some for him :)

Kait

Sunday 5th of January 2014

In the thirty years of my life, I've never had Egg Nog before. Maybe thirty one will be the magical year...

joanna

Tuesday 31st of December 2013

are the raw eggs a noticeable taste??

i've never had raw eggs before. kind of nervous to try it haha it looks so creamy and delicious.

Kelly Bejelly

Tuesday 31st of December 2013

Joanna, you are lightly cooking the egg since you are putting into warm liquid. You won't taste it at all but it will make this drink extra filling :)

Rachel

Sunday 22nd of December 2013

I love egg nog but have never tried to make my own. This sounds easy enough.

Jennifer

Sunday 22nd of December 2013

I love a good egg nog. I had no idea how easy it was to make at home though!

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