Jennifer's StoryMy family likes this more than the full calorie store bought version. All the taste without all the sugar and carbs.
fat free half and half
(1 ounce package) sugar-free jell-o instant vanilla pudding powder
freshly grated nutmeg
brandy or rum extract
1Whisk together the half & half and pudding powder until smooth – this will be very thick.
2Slowly whisk in milk until smooth.
3Whisk in Splenda, nutmeg, cinnamon, and extracts.
4Allow to chill for at least 2 hours. Serve with whipped cream and a sprinkling of freshly grated nutmeg.
5If you would like to make it richer, you can add a half a cup of egg substitute or 2 eggs.
About this Recipe
Shirley Makekau tutuwoman - Dec 4, 2011
I will have to try this as I have always connected egg nog with Christmas time.
Sherri Logan Williams logansw - Dec 4, 2011
thanks for this low carb version. i'm like shirley, gotta try this one for christmas. sw☺
S I SyiLuvsPastries - Dec 4, 2011
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Monqiue Baber Monqiue_Baber - Dec 7, 2012
i so happy i found this my little girl has t1d and its hard to find it she is so happy that i found this we are on our way the store right now THAL YOU SO MUCH
Ann Meyers Ann_Meyers - Nov 21, 2014
This is really quite good if you have a craving for eggnog and can't bear to "spend" 120-220 calories for 1/2 cup of the products in the store. It's better the next day, though. I blended it thoroughly with a stick blender and it helped with the clumps of cinnamon that tend not to dissolve that well in cold liquid. I also added some ground allspice and a few pinches of ground cloves. I didn't add the Egg Beaters and it was still thick enough. Incidentally, the Jello SF pudding packages are now .8 of an ounce, not 1 full ounce any longer. But it still worked just fine.