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Sugar Free Eggnog

A yummy, protein-filled drink that won't affect your blood sugar! Being pregnant with gestational diabetes during the holidays is a killer, but I've found a way to enjoy egg nog and get my protein AND sweet fix!

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  • Mix milk, egg substitute and pudding together, adding a dash of spices.
  • For extra decadance, I add French Vanilla whip cream!
  • When drink is frothy, either pour into a cup, add another dash of nutmeg and enjoy,.
  • or refrigerate until cold.
  • I like to use an immersion blender to mix ("boat motor").
  • I also like to add hot chocolate mix to my egg nog, so I'll bet that chocolate pudding would be yummy too.
  • Be careful if heating for a hot drink - the eggs get a little curdled.
  • "Cook time" is chill time.
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"A yummy, protein-filled drink that won't affect your blood sugar! Being pregnant with gestational diabetes during the holidays is a killer, but I've found a way to enjoy egg nog and get my protein AND sweet fix!"
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  1. Jainene
    I used Egg Beaters egg whites and extra sugar free pudding mix to make it creamier. It turned out great! I recommend going really light on the nutmeg and cinnamon--just use it as a topper. This tastes fine as a drink and is excellent to use in eggnog pancakes or other eggnog baked goods.
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  2. Mrs. Pope
    A yummy, protein-filled drink that won't affect your blood sugar! Being pregnant with gestational diabetes during the holidays is a killer, but I've found a way to enjoy egg nog and get my protein AND sweet fix!
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