Recipe Directions

1. Blend all ingredients together in a blender until smooth.

2. Chill before serving or serve room temperature.

Krispi's Thoughts

By krispi

This is a yummy and hearty alternative to eggnog!

You can add dates or maple syrup if you prefer it a bit sweeter.

Cheers!

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I made it today and I really liked it. However I think next time I put less pumpkin and more banana.

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I liked it, but I used allspice instead of nutmeg -- I'll go with nutmeg next time for more kick.. I also added blueberries for a morning smoothie with it and that tasted wonderful!

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I enjoyed this recipe and I was surprised on how similar it was to regular egg nog. Good Job with the recipe.

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I enjoyed this recipe and I was surprised on how similar it was to regular egg nog. Good Job with the recipe.

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I liked it, but I used allspice instead of nutmeg -- I'll go with nutmeg next time for more kick.. I also added blueberries for a morning smoothie with it and that tasted wonderful!

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I made it today and I really liked it. However I think next time I put less pumpkin and more banana.

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great idea! thank you

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sure, i think a few dates would do it. i also put the banana in there to take away the hint of bitterness that pumpkin can sometimes have. so maybe put coconut or mango to enhance the colour and flavour too!!!

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What an adorable name… good recipe too, though I don’t use bananas, I guess couple dates would be a good substitute…. What do you think? ~thank you

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