Clean Eating Dairy-Free Eggnog | Eating Bird Food

Clean Eating Dairy-Free Eggnog | Eating Bird Food

A healthier take on festive holiday eggnog, this clean eating dairy-free eggnog uses almond and coconut milk, egg whites and pure maple syrup. It’s lighter in calories and dairy-free but still just as delicious as real deal nog. This post is sponsored by Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs.

Eggnog is one of those things people tend to absolutely love or hate. I didn’t grow up drinking eggnog as a holiday tradition, but Isaac likes it so he introduced me to it a few years ago. As I’m typing this I’m realizing that it’s kind of funny that my Jewish husband is the one who introduced ME to eggnog.
Anyhow, once I tried eggnog I realized that while I adore the taste of it, I’m not so fond of its heaviness. Plus, there are a ton of ingredients in the packaged stuff that aren’t so EBF-friendly. Heavy cream, corn syrup, thickening agents and preservatives to name a few.

With that in mind I was inspired to create a lightened-up, clean eating eggnog recipe that’s dairy-free, but still rich, thick and loaded with festive holiday spices. I ended up with a delicious creamy beverage that I’d be happy to drink all December long.

I’m excited to be teaming up with Pete and Gerry’s for this recipe. Not only do I love that their eggs are organic, free-range and certified humane, but I like the fact that they offer cartoned egg whites, something I find myself buying often — particularly for egg white oats and my egg and oat combo bowls.
I’m fully aware that eating the yolk is healthy, but I often use egg whites to boost the protein content in a meal without…

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