Frothy eggnog, made with milk, cream, eggs and alcohol, is known as a drink for the holidays. This Christmas, set aside all those fears of frowning faces on your guests about the served food, but instead, serve them some mouth-watering eggnog recipes to freshen up their mood and improve their health. Not only Eggnog is delicious, it also has many nutritional benefits. One cup of eggnog has 11.6 grams of protein and 224 calories. Eggnog contains essential minerals, such as calcium, phosphorus, potassium, selenium and zinc, and also has many vitamins such as riboflavin, B-12, pantothenic acid, choline, vitamin A and vitamin D. All we should take care is about right quantity and with right ingredients.
So this festive season, give your family a treat full of nutrition and love. This blog will bestow upon you various creative eggnog dishes ranging from breakfast dishes such as Eggnog Oatmeal to evening leisure like Christmas Cranberry Smoothie. Check out the Following recipes:
Morning Eggnog Oatmeal
This eggnog dish filled with fibre is a perfect escape from routine breakfast cereals. It’s healthy, refreshing and tastes excellent. Oats complement the flavour of eggnog and enhance its nutritional values.
Peppermint Eggnog Protein Shake
Could we have Eggnog as a fitness drink? Sure we could. It’s not so preposterous with thisPeppermint Eggnog Protein Shake. For flavourful shake, add Silk Eggnog, which has about half the calories of eggnog, some vanilla protein powder and some flavourful spices and extracts.
Vegan Eggnog Chia Pudding
This Nutritious Vegan Eggnog Chia Puddinghas the essence of eggnog minus the eggs and milk (a vegan delight). Chia seeds add fibre and omega-3s which makes it a very healthy pudding. Try this for breakfast or dessert or even to surprise your guests.
Christmas Cranberry Smoothie
On this Christmas festival, blend fruity flavour into your eggnog. ThisChristmas Cranberry Smoothiefeatures tart cranberries and sweet oranges. It looks good, tastes yummy and would render your family full of gratitude.
PS: Even Santa Claus might give you a visit for this drink 🙂
Healthy No-Bake Eggnog Bites
Is there any tasty snack which you could make in less than five minutes? Yes, and It’s not an impossible task to do. TheseHealthy No-Bake Eggnog Bites are held together with wholesome ingredients including cashew butter and oats. Eat them as an evening snack or even for breakfasts.
Infuse some eggnog flavour into your morning coffee. ThisEggnog Latte is simple and delicious and breaks the ataraxic nature of morning-coffee. Impress your colleagues and friends with its refreshing flavour.
Eggnog Cinnamon Rolls
Control your urges to have a bite of mouth-watering cinnamon rolls served at Airports. Instead, make these later at home. TheseEggnog Cinnamon Rolls come in at just 151 calories per roll making it a guilt-free bite.
Peach Eggnog Smoothie
Do you want to dilute your eggnog? Try it with frozen peaches and rum. ThisPeach Eggnog smoothie blends peaches, eggnog, spices, cinnamon, chocolate powder and an optional hit of rum. Yumm!!
Banana Coconut Vegan Eggnog
This is an ideal recipe for the vegans to surprise no-vegans and take a heads up on them.This Coconut Vegan Eggnogfeatures coconut milk, a banana, dates, and a pinch of chocolate powder for flavour and nutrition in a single glass. Add this plant-based diet in your workout snacks as it is helpful for weight loss.
Slow-Cooker Eggnog Granola
Infuse oats, flax seeds, and almonds with the flavour of eggnog. This simpleSlow-Cooker Eggnog Granola recipe comes together with just a couple hours of slow cooking. This gives a whole new dimension to oats and dry fruits.