This healthy vegan eggnog is made with Irish moss and dairy-free milk but tastes as good as the real thing!
Three cheers for a healthy plant-based and delicious cup of cheer! I'm talking about nog, not the eggy, dairy version, but a rich and creamy plant-based version made from Irish moss, a blend of plant-based milk, and lightly sweetened with maple syrup or dates and a touch of whole vanilla, sweet cinnamon, nutmeg and mace. It's a very merry cup to keep you wassailing in good health.
We drink versions of this Irish moss-based healthy shake all year round, but it surprisingly tastes like eggnog and I'm so happy to share our recipe with you to enjoy this holiday.
Irish moss is a nourishing sea vegetable. There's been some controversy over it as of late, surrounding the hazards of carrageenan, a common food thickener chemically derived from Irish moss. I do not see them as one and the same. While I would not advocate consuming carrageenan, I think the fact that Irish moss in its natural state has been consumed by generations is enough proof to show it is safe and healthy to consume.
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