Elegant Eggnog

By dj7110

Ingredients
  • 1 cup SPLENDA® No Calorie Sweetener, Granulated

  • 1 tablespoon arrowroot or cornstarch

  • 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg

  • 7 egg yolks

  • 4 cups 2% milk

  • 2 cups fat-free half and half

  • 2 tablespoons vanilla extract

Directions
  1. Mix together first 3 ingredients in a large heavy saucepan. Set aside.

  2. Whisk egg yolks. Add to SPLENDA® Granulated Sweetener mixture whisking until blended. Gradually whisk in milk.

  3. Cook over low heat, whisking constantly until the temperature reaches 175 degrees approximately (5 to 8 minutes). Remove from heat and whisk in half and half; cool.

  4. Cover and chill 3 hours or up to 3 days. Stir in vanilla extract just before serving NOTE;Serving Size: 1 (4 fl oz) drink; If desired, 2 tablespoons of vanilla extract can be replaced with 1 cup dark rum


Nutritional Facts

Servings
1
Nutrition Info
Servings Per Recipe
15
Amount Per Serving
Calories
100
Calories from Fat
35
Total Fat
4g
Saturated Fat
2g
Cholesterol
110mg
Sodium
70mg
Total Carbs
9g
Dietary Fiber
0g
Sugars
7g
Protein
5g

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8 replies

JanSee
JanSee 2011-01-13 15:23:11 -0600 Report

also…I cannot use stevia…it isn't sweet to me..it's bitter. It's not the be all, end all.

JanSee
JanSee 2011-01-13 15:22:09 -0600 Report

ummm..there have been massive shut downs of egg farms because of salmonella. Please don't give out false information unless you have studied proof. Thank-you.

joanne denison
joanne denison 2011-01-12 19:09:47 -0600 Report

watch the splenda, it is just as high on the glycemic index as sugar. use stevia instead.

i absolutely LOVE egg nog and eggs are sooooo great for you, esp. raw ones. but i have no idea why only the yolks. i make mine with both, and to make it fancy, i whip the whites separately and fold in.

and what's with the heating? yuk. heating destroys the benefits of raw eggs. the stuff about salmonella and egg fears is junk. egg farms are tested and should be disease free. if you buy local from clean farmers, disease from raw eggs should not present a problem. they are a living, breathing item (like breast milk) that is full of probacterias and micro and phyto nutrients that are easily destroyed with heating.

anyway, studies show people that eat eggs and dairy are healthier than those that don't and have fewer heart attacks, so eat away!

other than that eggnog is a great idea, even for a daily breakfast.

Avera
Avera 2008-12-07 22:09:37 -0600 Report

A great eggnog recipe just in time for the holidays! We get a nice amount of protein and low carbs. And of course, we know it is going to taste good by reading what is in it. Also, it does not look too hard to make.