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This eggnog is very good. I couldn't even tell, that it wasn't the real thing. I have always loved eggnog, but the fact it has raw eggs, has always bothered me. Also, you can't get it year round. I now can have it whenever I crave it. I would give it 10 stars, if I could. Thanks soo much for the recipe!
Flavor is good, but lacks the rich consistency of other eggnogs.
This was pretty good, but my family still prefers a more traditional, fatty, eggy nog. I wanted to make eggnog on the spur of the moment, and didn't have most of the stuff to make it, so I tried this one. Like I said, it was pretty good, and I do like the way the pudding thickens it up without eggs. I'll keep this recipe as a backup for when I don't have cream and eggs for the traditional style nog. Thanks for sharing. :-)
Yum, Yum. Just finished decorating our Christmas tree and wanted to sip on something while relaxing in the recliner admiring all the work I just put in. Let me tell you, what a surprise finding this recipe was. I was looking for regular egg nog recipes and came across this one and thought I would give it a try. Like I said, wonderful surprise. Tastes like the real thing, even using fat free, sugarless, pudding mix. Thanks for posting, Mirj.
This is an excellent substitution! Thank you for posting this recipe. It is a family tradition for us to drink eggnog while decorating the Christmas tree but I was looking for an alternative to regular eggnog cause of all the fat and calories. I even tried the Silk soy nog last year, it was good, but it wasn't the same.
My son just made this it is yummy I personal think that the 1/2 cup sugar is not necessary, and it is not thick as regular eggnog but in a pinch this is good
Great! Thanks. I've made this again with 2% milk, regular vanilla pudding mix, 1/2 cup Splenda, vanilla flavoring, and NO nutmeg. My kids think it tastes like Horizons vanilla milk, which they love. This is SO much cheaper.
I love eggnog and this is such an easy way to enjoy it! I did not measure, but used about 3/4 cup milk, 1 sugar cube, with about 2 tbs. of pudding mix (and flavorings), and mixed in my Magic Bullet. It really hit the spot! Thanks Mirj, for posting. Roxygirl
My son wouldn't leave me alone until I made more of this. I didn't read the instructions very well before making and I mixed the pudding with half of the milk to start, it still turned out great.
This is really tasty! I added a touch more nutmeg. I used my immersian blender in my 2 cup glass measuring cup to mix the pudding & 1 cup of milk. Then I added the spice and vanilla and sugar. I poured this mixture into a half-full gallon milk jug and shook it up. Chilled and served! I even bottled some up to give out with cookie plates.