Those on a dairy free diet can rejoice! Now you can enjoy holiday flavors like eggnog in great dessert recipes like this Dairy Free Eggnog Dip. It’s easy & a delicious treat to add to all your holiday festivities!
Dairy Free Eggnog Dip
Do you love great holiday flavors like eggnog? My family loves it & it’s one of the things they look forward to the most when it comes to the holiday season. I grew up with eggnog present at every holiday gathering from mid-November through New Year’s Eve. It’s just one of those things that has to be there every holiday season. We always have some on hand as soon as it becomes available in store. While we don’t have an actual dairy restriction in our house I know many who do. This can make serving certain foods at holiday parties a little more challenging. You want to make a great spread full of all the classic holiday flavors that everyone loves. But you also want everyone at the festivities to be able to enjoy those things.
So I came up with a twist on my classic eggnog dessert dip, which oddly enough I have not shared here with you yet. Remind me, I need to do that.
I found Silk Dairy-Free Holiday Nogs while I was browsing the store picking up all my other holiday goodies in preparation for some recipe testing. As I have mentioned before, I like to do sort of a trial run a couple weeks or so before the day when it comes to my holiday menu. This way I know for sure what needs tweaking ahead of time. This great dip recipe is one of the new things I created & I can’t wait to serve it this Thanksgiving & again at Christmas.
Packed full of eggnog, cinnamon & nutmeg flavors- oh yum this is delicious! Dip a chocolate graham cracker or favorite cookie in there- WOW!
Dairy Free Eggnog Dip
- 8 oz non-dairy spread cream cheese alternative I found mine at Trader Joes
- 1/4 cup dairy free nog
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/4 tsp rum extract
- 1/2 tsp cinnamon
- 1/8 tsp nutmeg
- 1-1/2 cups confectioners sugar
- Beat spread in your mixer until smooth
- Add in extracts & spices & beat until combined
- Slowly mix in your nog, followed by confectioners sugar
- Beat until well combined - it will be on the thin side like a batter
- Keep refrigerated until serving
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*Note- I used the Silk Almond Nog Pumpkin Spice flavor for this batch, but you can also use Silk Soy Nog Original or Silk Almond Nog Original. (BONUS: Silk Holiday Nogs have 80 calories or less per serving. They are a delicious yet dairy free season nog!)
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