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Enjoy this raw eggnog recipe as a holiday treat. Think of this as an instant raw eggnog recipe. It's very rich and festive. Enjoy!
  • Prep Time

    5 min
  • Total Time

    5 min
  • Suggested Servings

    2 servings
  • Shelf Life

    Consume immediately
  • Equipment

Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

Directions

  • 1. Blend until smooth.
  • 2. Consume immediately. 

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

This is my first fifth raw Christmas. One of the most important Christmas food traditions in my household is eggnog, so I knew I had to find a suitable SAD eggnog substitute.

There are no eggs in this recipe, but the coconut oil is the secret ingredient that adds the richness that we all know and love re: holiday eggnog. (If you don't have coconut oil, don't use any other oils as substitutes. Simply omit it.)

Think of this as an instant raw eggnog recipe. It's very rich and festive. Enjoy!

Nutrition Overview

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  • This recipe is very low in Carbohydrates, and Sodium.
  • This recipe is low in Calories.
  • This recipe is a good source of Protein, and Iron.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin K.

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No prob Jessica :)

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So glad you enjoyed, Farah! I love cinnamon - it's one of my fave flavors : )

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Lovely! Added some cacao to make it chocolatey, once again, another delicious recipe. Loving the oomph from the allspice, cloves cinnamon!

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Hey I am going to try this recipe too but do you still have the one from last year (with the bananas)? It was delicious!

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Aw, I love that you remembered! This wasn't a fave version so I overwrote it. Sorry! *kiss!*

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Delicious! I was very skeptical but when I tasted it, WOW! Followed recipe exactly and it was perfect for me.

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Thanks for sharing. I'm so glad you liked the eggnog!

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Love this! I have been missing eggnog SO much! I tried it just as written but wasn't quite getting the "eggnog flavor" - though the texture was heavenly. I added a dash of nutmeg and a small amount (maybe 1/4 tsp.) rum extract along with some ice cubes and it tastes just like the eggnog I remember. Can't wait to have it this Christmas - does anyone know if you can make a batch and keep it in the refrigerator, or would it separate?

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Nice tweaks Kathy! It will separate in the fridge, so best to make right before eating :)

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I add a little maca in my eggnog. It gives it a little more nog flavor.

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Nice Rawbin

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Heaven in my mouth!! Thank you so much!!

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Now there's a great description. Thanks, Celine!

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This sounds so good. When you say 1/4 cup dates, do you cut them up to measure them? I get medjool dates and they are big! Thanks!

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Hi Barbara,

I just pit my Medjool dates, and smoosh them down into the cup (rather than chopping them) to save time. :-)

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Woah! It changed. I'm going to try this version too- but in case I want to go back to the bananas- it's 4 bananas in place of the cashews right?

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Hi Jessica!

Yes, sorry, I made the banana one again this year and didn't care for it, so I replaced the old recipe with this new one :)

The old recipe:
5 ripe bananas
1 cup cold water
1 tablespoon agave nectar
1 tablespoon coconut oil or coconut butter
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/8 teaspoon cloves
1/8 teaspoon allspice
1 pinch of sea salt

1. Blend until smooth.
2. Taste. Add more cinnamon, cloves or allspice to taste.
3. Consume immediately. If refrigerated, the texture will change and become more of a pudding, so consume this raw food eggnog recipe immediately.

Hope this helps!

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Thank you!!

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:)

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Thanks!

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No prob Jessica :)

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Im new to the app but would like to ask if you got nut free recipe discovered for us? ;-)

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Hi Gizmuf, Yes! In the app, when you're looking at the categories (click "recipes" in bottom bar) then you will see a list of categories, starting with "raw cakes, cookies and bars". If you scroll down to the BOTTOM of this list, you will see these categories: "raw nut-free savory recipes" and "raw nut-free sweet recipes"
:)

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This is absolutely delicious!! I did not have dates so I added coconut sugar instead. It was perfection! Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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So glad you loved it, Keyla :)

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What a great recipe! Eggnog isn't really big here in Australia but I'm planning on introducing it to my family this year :) Just a quick question about the coconut oil - should it be a liquid or is it alright to add it in when it is a solid since it gets blended?

Cheers

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Hi Bron, Solid is fine in this recipe. Hope it goes over well done under!

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In fact, this is all eggnog should have ever been. It's better than dairy and non dairy eggnog you get in the store. I freaking love this recipe. I add more spices because I'm a fanatic. Anyway. Thanks so much!

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Awesome Jessica!

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I thought it was great :)

Nice to have a nut free option as nuts do not like my bf :(

I made it w/o allspice as had none but did not know it was a berry before reading these comments, been mixing my mixed spices up :-s

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I am trying to make more nut-free recipes these days, because there are a lot of allergies and also people trying to reduce their fat intake somewhat. Stay tuned for more nut-free from me :)

Glad you liked the recipe, Chelle!

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Jessica's Review

Raw food eggnog recipe
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I just had this for breakfast. I think it tasted like egg nog! I have a running thing with a friend to see who get their egg nog the earliest and I compiled a little vid to rub it in his face. Can't wait to show him!

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Lol you win Jessica!

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Lovely! Added some cacao to make it chocolatey, once again, another delicious recipe. Loving the oomph from the allspice, cloves cinnamon!

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So glad you enjoyed, Farah! I love cinnamon - it's one of my fave flavors : )

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Keen to try, but what is allspice?

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Josefina, allspice is a the dried unripe berry of a tree found in Mexico and Central America. It's called allspice because it is thought to taste like a mixture of cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves. You should be able to find it whole or ground in your grocery or health food store but you can use cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves instead. Enjoy!

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Ooh, you beat me to it. I should have scrolled down one more comment before commenting :)

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Hi Josefine, Allspice is simply a spice mix common in the USA and Canada. if you cannot find it, you can omit it. 

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Allspice is actually its own little spice! I know, it sounds like a mix, but it's a ... berry or something, a dried fruit. I think they call it that because it tastes like a blend of Christmassy spices.

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Just made this and LOVE it. Thank you for sharing this awesome recipe. I will remember this one for Christmas. :)

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And Christmas will be here before we know it!

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Tried the egg nog today. It doesn't taste like egg nog to me, but I like it! Next time I am going to play around with the spices and see what I can add to and mix around.

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Good but taste nothin like eggnog to me

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Did you spice it up nicely? It's the spices that make it eggnoggy

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Nobody makes this recipe except for at Christmas time! :)

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Ah not Christmas time but I made it just now. Soooooo good!!!

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lol, any time is good! :)

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I actually have a Raw Nog recipe that is awesome and it has a shelf life of 5-6 days. The base is:

3 1/2 cup almond milk or cashew milk
1.5tbs agave syrup
1/4 cup date paste
.5 tbs hemp seed
.5 tbs parent essential oils
1.5 banans
1 tsp nutmeg
.5 tsp pumpkin spice
1/4 tsp himalayn pink salt

Blend together in Vitamix keep cold and enjoy for the next 5 days dependent on how fresh you almond/cashew milk is.

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What is parent essential oil?

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I have no idea! Hopefully Casey will come back some day to fill us in :)

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I can't wait to try both recipes!! i love eggnog and was just wondering what do i do at Christmas time. Now I get to tell my sister we got raw eggnog!!!

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Yep, raw fooders have thought of everything!!

Except... candy. I still can't figure out how to make raw hard candy :)

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Just a thought. I recently discovered and HCG Diet treat made from cocoa, and coconut oil. Equal parts, (1/2 C each) melt, mix, pour on paper plate, refrigerate. When chilled you can break it into pieces, BUT one does have to eat it pretty quick or at least put it on a plate because the warmth of your fingers makes it react pretty quickly. Maybe you can come up with something?? lol (Or perhaps already have, this is my first post on your site, and first visit). They call it "Chocolate Delight" (YouTube! :)

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Hi PP! That sounds yum! Probably "eating pretty quick" is NOT a problem in this house!! I do have something like that in my dessert book ebook, raw chocolate bars! Except I also sweeten it. Does the recipe you're describing use any sweetener?

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