Delicious Dairy Free Pumpkin Spice Eggnog

Calling all eggnog and pumpkin lovers!
This one…………………. is for YOU! 

Eggnog season is upon us and so in order to make sure my husband doesn’t buy that naughty stuff in the store  😉  I was bound and determined to make my own NOG! To be exact, dairy free pumpkin spice eggnog.  It is deeeeeeeelish!  I do have to say that anything pumpkin floats my boat.  I am in trouble when I walk into an Aldi’s store around fall time and they got that smell pumping through their vents to sabotage us customers  🙂

Yes, eggnog has eggs, RAW eggs.  What to do?  There are some brave hearts out there that pay no mind to slurping down raw eggs but then there are some that will run the other direction when you mention raw eggs.  No worries  🙂  You can buy pasteurized eggs or make them yourself  🙂 Click here to see how to pasteurize an egg.

Delicious Dairy Free Pumpkin Spice Eggnog


1 can full fat coconut milk

2 egg yolks

1 Tablespoon gelatin

1/2 cup  organic canned pumpkin

2 Tablespoons vanilla ( yes, you read that right, TABLESPOONS )

4 droppers Sweetleaf Steviaclear

1/2 teaspoon ceylon cinnamon

1/4 teaspoon nutmeg

1/8 teaspoon ground cloves


  1. If you decide to pasteurize your eggs, now is the time. After you have done this, put the egg in cold water so it doesn’t continue to cook until you are ready to use it.
  2. Put all ingredients into the blender and blend away.
  3. Chill for a 1-2 hours but, if you are like me, I had to drink it right away  🙂  It really is best when chilled at least an hour. If you think it’s to thick, no worries, add a little water and stir.  Next time you make it, just add a little water when you put the coconut milk into the blender to dilute it a bit.  I like the consistency without the water.
  4. Pour into some pretty glasses and sprinkle a dash of eggnog on top.
  5. Enjoy this guilt free, naughty free nog!

Ahhhhhhh, how nice to know that this nog recipe is one that is very healthy for you vs. all that corn syrup, sugar, and fake flavors.  The gelatin is very good for gut health, ceylon cinnamon is a superfood star, and well…..pumpkin is loaded full of fiber and beta carotene and of course coconut milk is another superfood!
So, there you have it.  Drop us a line and let us hear what you think of this pumpkin spice eggnog!


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