17 vegan eggnog recipes for celebrating an egg-free, dairy-free holiday season

‘Tis the season to drink eggnog! The creamy, egg-based drink is arguably the most iconic beverage of the holiday season, but for the vegans among us, finding vegan eggnog recipes can be a real struggle.

If you don’t consume eggs or dairy, but you DO consume holiday cheer (especially in the form of seasonal foods and a warm Starbucks holiday drink or two), fear not: We’ve compiled 17 eggnog recipes containing no animal products for you to make and enjoy this season, alongside your other favorite holiday traditions of course.

Without further ado, here’s our list of vegan eggnog recipes you can make for a very happy holiday.

1Kosher Veggnogg from Tori Avey

Tori Avey developed this vegan eggnog recipe (fondly called “Veggnog”) from a Martha Stewart holiday special. She’d originally intended it as a Kosher, dairy-free alternative that could be eaten alongside Kosher meat dishes — but as time passed, it became increasingly more popular with vegans.

2Raw Almondmilk Vegan Eggnog from The Blender Girl


This vegan alternative to your favorite holiday drink uses fresh, homemade almond milk and is completely raw, gluten-free, dairy-free, and egg-free.

3Creamy Coconut Milk Vegan Eggnog from Simple Vegan Blog

Coconut milk makes this vegan drink extra creamy. Though served non-alcoholic, it can easily be spiked with rum, bourbon, or brandy.

4Easy Soy Milk Vegan Eggnog From The Spruce

This dairy-free, egg-free eggnog uses soy milk as a base and vegan, pre-made vanilla pudding powder as a thickening agent. What you get is a super easy, completely vegan recipe.

5Spiced Vegan Nog from The Tasting Table

This more elaborate vegan eggnog recipe calls for a spiced simple syrup (Bourbon optional) to add true holiday flair to the drink. The recipe recommends using coconut sugar instead of white sugar for a more festive, caramelized flavor.

6Simple Foamy Vegan Eggnog Recipe from Vegan Richa 


In order to mimic the fluffy, foamy texture of traditional eggnog, this recipe calls for making a custard out of a nut milk and chickpea flower, then topping it with whipped aquafaba, which mimics the fluffiness of whipped egg whites.

7Eggless Nog from Crazy Vegan Kitchen

Medjool dates and raw vanilla bean make this eggless, dairy-free variation of eggnog extra special.

8Rum-spiked Cashew Coconut Vegan Eggnog from Reboot with Joe

This simple vegan eggnog recipe uses a mix of cashew milk and coconut milk, and comes spiked with a dark rum.

9Chai-Spiced Vegan Eggnog from Kitchen Treaty

Want to make your vegan eggnog even more festive this holiday season? Add CHAI! This recipe calls for simmering almond milk or cashew milk (almond milk is lighter, cashew milk is creamier) in chai spices.

10Avocado Peppermint Vegan Eggnog from Oh She Glows


This recipe comes in two iterations: classic and peppermint. The recipe uses full-fat coconut milk and a whole avocado for creaminess. To make the peppermint version, sub out the vanilla extract for pure peppermint extract.

11Simple Homemade Vegan Eggnog from Simply Organics

It’s back to basics for this simple recipe: Coconut milk, cashew milk, and medjool dates give this vegan eggnog its smooth and creamy texture.

12Easy Cashew Milk Eggnog from Tasty Yummies

Low on time? Use store-bought cashew milk for this easy recipe, so you can be feeling festive in no time at all.

13Homemade Vegan Eggless Nog from Pickles and Honey

This vegan eggnog uses a whole bunch of creamy ingredients for taste and texture, including a banana, avocado, cashews, and dates.

14Fat-free Vegan Eggnog from Happy Herbivore


Most vegan nogs rely on high-fat nut milks to achieve a creamy texture. Not so for this less-traditional version, which uses store-bought, fat-free nut milk and a whole banana for thicker texture.

1515-minute Vegan Nog from The Roasted Root

This easy recipe can be made in under 15 minutes, making it a perfect last-minute addition to your holiday party. She recommends spiking it with spiced rum for extra warm, fuzzy holiday feels.

16Matrioshka Eggnog from Isa Chandra

Avocado makes another appearance in this dairy-free and egg-free nog, which uses agave nectar as its sweetener of choice.

17Raw Vegan Eggnog from Fork & Beans

Raw cashews and a frozen banana make up the main component of this eggnog’s creamy, but dairy-free, texture.


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