One-Step Vegan Eggnog

Drinks, Holiday Dishes, Vegan

One-step vegan eggnog

There are few things more Christmasy (not a real word, I know) than a glass of eggnog. I created this vegan eggnog recipe for my cousin Jillian last year and it was a huge HIT, our crew preferred it over the traditional stuff (it’s also on Jilly’s site here… she has SO many great holiday ideas if you haven’t already checked them out)!

Lighter on the calories with the same amazing nostalgic flavours of the real deal, I have no idea why we only make it once a year!  This recipe simply couldn’t get any easier: just throw it all in a blender and serve!  Which leaves you more time for wrapping … which I should probably start at some point!

Happy Holidays!

Two cups of vegan eggnog in gold-rimmed glasses

One-Step Vegan Eggnog

Eggnog gets a healthier overhaul with this vegan twist on the holiday classic - and it take virtually zero effort!

Servings 4 servings


  • 3 cups vanilla soy beverage
  • 1 cup full-fat coconut milk
  • ¼ cup maple syrup
  • ½ teaspoon cinnamon
  • dash cloves
  • ½ teaspoon nutmeg


  1. Blend all of the ingredients together in a blender until frothy. Pour into 4 of your favourite small glasses and garnish with a sprinkle of cinnamon. Add rum if you’re so inclined!

How to make healthier vegan eggnog in one easy step!

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12 Comments on “One-Step Vegan Eggnog”

  1. Rhea Stewart

    This sounds yummy! And the whole idea of raw eggs freaks me out so it’s great alternative! Is full fat coconut milk the tinned kind? Totally making this Christmas Day!! (With rum!!!) Happy holidays to you and yours!!

  2. Lana Renard Hutchison

    Sounds delish! Your bun recipe is the BEST… ‘go-to’ recipe. Merry Christmas you guys, enjoy the holidays!!

  3. Jamie

    Yum! Sounds delicious. Can’t wait to try it! Can you substitute the soy milk for cashew, more coconut milk or a different vegan milk? Merry Christmas & Happy New Years!!!

    1. Tori Wesszer

      Hi Jamie, thanks for the comment! Yes you could substitute the soy milk – I preferred it over almond milk but it was just a slight texture preference – you can adapt it as you wish! Merry Christmas!! Tori

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