Eggnog is pretty much as christmassy as it can get, but it’s also definitely not vegan. Luckily for us, vegan eggnog recipes exist thanks to clever people out there on the internet, meaning everyone can enjoy it!

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You can either make this recipe with homemade cashew milk, or store-bought. Serving 2-4 people, you can add your favourite brandy, bourbon, rum or whiskey, or just leave it as it is.

By adding some blended raw cashew, you make this eggnog extra creamy, and the ground nutmeg on top makes it picture perfect.

Edible Perspective

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With this recipe, you have the option to make it as one of three consistencies. Creamy and smooth, thinner and smooth, or super thick.

The dates and vanilla make it deliciously sweet, and the coconut doesn’t overpower. It’s a recipe made by a non vegan, so it’s guaranteed to win over omni friends and family!

The Blender Girl

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Not only is this eggnog vegan, but it’s raw too! It’s also¬†gluten-free, dairy free, egg free, soy free and refined sugar-free. It takes only 10 minutes to make and serves 2 to 4 people.

For those banana lovers out there, it also includes 2! This is guaranteed to be smooth and creamy, and taste much fresher than traditional eggnog.

Silken Tofu

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As well as using a plant-based milk, this recipe goes a step further and uses tofu! Although it might sound odd at first, this will make it super creamy and not at all watery.

All you have to do is whack it in a blender, and press go!

Vegan eggnog recipes are only a blender away

There you have it, proof that even the most un-vegan sounding dishes can be veganised! Whether you drink it around the fire with your family or just have it with some friends and a dash of booze, get festive this winter!

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