By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by siggi’s yogurt and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time. I received free product for the purposes of recipe development.
This is oddly embarrassing, but I have no idea when I’m supposed to drink eggnog. Is it a Thanksgiving thing? Christmas thing? Winter solstice? No idea! All I know is that I’m obsessed and can’t resist buying a
couple dozen carton or two every year. The only problem with that is the store bought stuff isn’t the best for you, but tghe homemade can take a while. And I’m always a little paranoid about eggs being cooked sufficiently.
When I heard about siggis, I knew I wanted to make eggnog with it. Their motto ““simple ingredients, not a lot of sugar” is basically my life goals and the high protein content would make this a much healthier choice. The Pumpkin & Spice flavor jumped out at me — if I’m not sure when I’m supposed to be drinking regular eggnog, surely a pumpkin spice nog is perfect for Thanksgiving, though I wouldn’t judge you if you wanted to drink it all the time.
Pro tip: freshly grate the nutmeg!! I had somehow never used freshly grated nutmeg before, despite the fact that it’s basically my favorite spice ever. Life changing. Plus when there’s so few ingredients in a recipe, you really want to keep everything high quality for great, clean flavors that really sing.
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