These Non-alcoholic Eggnog Recipes Give Pizazz to Any Party

Most people love a good party. These non-alcoholic eggnog recipes add zest to any gathering. Whether it's a holiday celebration, family gathering, birthday party, or you want a special family time, an eggnog drink can make the difference between "bland" and "special". Some may prefer to add alcohol to their drink. You won't need to, however, with these non-alcoholic egg nog drink recipes.

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Orange Eggnog Float


2 pastured poultry eggs (If you can't find pastured poultry eggs, use the regular kind from the supermarket. They won't be quite so healthy or colorful, but they're still good.)
3 Tablespoons sugar
3 cups frozen orange juice
1/4 cup lemon juice
1/2 quart vanilla ice cream
1/2 quart ginger ale


Mix and chill 3 cups frozen orange juice. Chill the ginger ale.

Beat the pastured poultry eggs and add sugar; mix well. Stir in the orange and lemon juice. Place in a punch bowl small spoonfuls of ice cream. Gently pour the ginger ale into the bowl. Add the orange juice, lemon juice, egg and sugar mixture, pouring slowly. Gently stir. Can be served immediately to about 15-20 people.

Creamy Non-alcoholic Eggnog Recipe

This non-alcoholic eggnog recipe looks and tastes good. In fact, so good that it's almost addicting. Watch out!


12 grassfed eggs1 1/2 cups sugar
1 quart ice cream
6 drops vanilla extract
1 pinch nutmeg


Allow eggs to warm to room temperature. Serarate yolks from whites. Beat yolks together with 1/2 cup sugar. Beat whites until peaked and add 1/2 cup sugar. Beat cream and the remaining 1/2 cup sugar together until stiff.

Fold everything together. Add vanilla drops. Refrigerate and serve.

Rich French Vanilla Eggnog


8 cups grassfed milk
2 pastured poultry eggs
1 3 ounce packet of French Vanilla instant pudding
1/2 cup sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon nutmeg


Mix the pudding with 1 cup of milk in a large bowl. Beat the eggs in a separate bowl. Add the beaten eggs and all other ingredients. Mix well. Refrigerate and serve.

Holiday eggnog Recipe

This is one s-c-r-u-m-p-t-i-o-u-s non-alcoholic eggnog recipe! I'm warning you, though, you may not have a mixing bowl large enough. As you beat the eggnog recipe, it rises like the dawn. I had to stop the beaters as it began to overflow the bowl. Better cut the recipe in half if you have a normal size mixing bowl.


15 grassfed eggs
4 cups sugar
1 Tablespoon nutmeg
1 Tablespoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon ground cloves
1 quart whipped cream
1 quart milk, preferably grassfed


Whip the sugar, grassfed eggs and milk together on high speed for about 15 minutes. Heat slowly to 140 degrees (no more) on stove, stirring constantly. Cool and add spices and whipped cream. Beat together until foamy. Serve right away.

If you don't heat slowly or if you heat too high, you may get a slight burnt taste. I did on my first try. Amazingly, it was still delicious. Learn from my miscues and you've got a sure winner.

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