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Eggnog

November/December 1998

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Not kid stuff: A sophisticated and safe low-fat version of classic eggnog.



READER'S COMMENT:
"TOO MUCH WORK!!! I'd rather just go out and purchase the lowfat or no-fat eggnog. So much time spared and just as good. "
Eggnog Recipe

11 Reviews for Eggnog

12/26/2013
Anonymous

this was delicious and half the calories of regular! my whole family loved it. I made2 batches, one with brandy and another with cinnamon flavored bourbon? although both great! the consensus was bourbon!!! it was really easy too. definitely worth a few minutes at the stove.

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12/26/2013
Anonymous

this was delicious and half the calories of regular! my whole family loved it. I made2 batches, one with brandy and another with cinnamon flavored bourbon? although both great! the consensus was bourbon!!! it was really easy too. definitely worth a few minutes at the stove.

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12/26/2013
Anonymous

this was delicious and half the calories of regular! my whole family loved it. I made2 batches, one with brandy and another with cinnamon flavored bourbon? although both great! the consensus was bourbon!!! it was really easy too. definitely worth a few minutes at the stove.

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12/21/2012
Anonymous
Love this eggnog

I have been making this recipe since it was first published in 1998. For all of these 14 years, people rave about this when they try it, and I am repeatedly asked to make it, especially by my daughter. It is a holiday tradition in our home. Yes, it takes more time than buying eggnog in the store. However, now that my taste buds are used to this fresh, preservative free version, the stuff in the carton tastes, well, like it came from a carton.

Lower cal with just as much flavor
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12/11/2011
Glad for the recipe...

Nix the add ins (stabilizers, corn syrups, soys, lecithins, etc.) Because you make it, you know what's in it; and you can be creative and tweek, add, subtract. Try getting any of these benefits from a store brought brand; from the first sip, you're drinking their idea of what eggnog is. No thanks to that. Thank you EatingWell! Happy holidays to all!

Good "slow food", comforting too, and YUM!
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