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Low Carb Egg Nog


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  • Low-carbohydrate diets or low-carb diets are dietary programs that restrict carbohydrate consumption usually for weight control or for the treatment of obesity. Foods high in digestible carbohydrates (e.g.
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  • A drink made from a mixture of beaten eggs, cream, and flavorings, often with alcohol
  • liquid custard that is made up of eggs, cream and sugar combined with Brandy, Rum or Bourbon.
  • Eggnog, also known as egg nog, is a sweetened dairy-based beverage made with milk and/or cream, sugar and beaten eggs (which gives it a frothy texture), and flavoured with ground cinnamon and nutmeg. Various liquors, such as brandy, rum, whisky, advocaat and/or liqueurs, are often added.
  • a traditional Christmas drink made of alcohol with beaten eggs and milk
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Spiru-Tein (Spirutein) Shake - Egg Nog - 1 lb. - Powder
Spiru-Tein (Spirutein) Shake - Egg Nog - 1 lb. - Powder
Egg Nog SPIRU-TEIN® ShakeProduct No. 45910Do you crave the unique, creamy flavor of real, country-style egg nog? Introducing the most delicious holiday nutrition ever - New SPIRU-TEIN® Egg Nog! It's a taste delight that's loaded with nutrition too: power packed with 14 grams of Non-GMO soy protein in every serving. SPIRU-TEIN® Egg Nog has 100% of the Daily Value of all key vitamins, a broad spectrum of minerals, amino acids and other revitalizing phytonutrients. For an energizing shake that supports optimal well-being at holiday time, or any time, stir up a serving of SPIRU-TEIN® Egg Nog for one and all! 1.1 lb. (495g) Cans # 459101.16 oz. (33g) Single Serving Packets #45909Serving Size 1 Scoop (33g) Nutrition Facts Ingredient Amount % Daily Value

86% (16)
Making Egg Nog
Making Egg Nog
I made the egg nog for the party goers. It is a family recipe adapted from a Seventeen cookbook that is my mother's. When my mom passed down this recipe, here is what she wrote. "As you know, you really can't ruin this. The cookbook's directions can be regarded as guidelines. The most important change I make is to use more eggwhite because that makes it even more light. Since some people are afraid of raw egg whites, I experimented one year with powdered whites – the ones you can use for baking. It was okay but not great. Was better the second day when there was less of a powder taste. 2 qts commercial eggnog 1 c heavy cream, whipped 2 egg whites (or more) freshly ground nutmeg Pour eggnog into punch bowl and fold in whipped cream. Then beat egg whites and fold them in. Sprinkle with nutmeg. Makes 20 four-oz servings. You can even stretch this with some milk. To keep eggnog cold: Get an extra quart of eggnog and pour into ice cube trays with dividers in place. Add nog-cubes to bowl before serving."
Christmas dinner 2008
Christmas dinner 2008
December 25, 2008 - I actually get egg nog twice a year. One time a year I make Brad egg nog from scratch with heavy cream, whole eggs, and sugar-free vanilla (or egg nog flavored) syrup - high fat, but low carb. Because of the fat content I told Brad I would make it only ONCE a year.

low carb egg nog
low carb egg nog
American Christmas Traditions: Stockings, Carolling, Egg Nog, Gift Giving, Santa Claus and More!
American Christmas Traditions: Stockings, Carolling, Egg Nog, Gift Giving, Santa Claus and More!

By George Vandenberg (www.giftideaschristmas.info)

"Discover Where All Our Most Cherished Christmas Traditions Originated From. . .
Where The Holiday We Celebrate In America Started At. . .
And, Why Those Answers May Not Be What You Think!"

Christmas is a time for celebration all across the United States. Families and friends gather together for a day of festive merry-making.

But, do you know where the holiday we traditionally celebrate on December 25th originated at? Think it all began with the birth of Jesus Christ? Then you had better think again!

Christmas has always been believed to be a historical date when we celebrate the greatest gift bestowed onto mankind. Many people believe that this was the day that Jesus Christ came into the world.

Unfortunately, no one knows the exact birth date of Jesus. There is, however, another reason why we celebrate Christmas in America on this date. And it stems back to before Jesus was even born!

Inside the brand new ebook, " American Christmas Traditions", you will discover the real reason why Christmas is celebrated on December 25th.

Along with even more history on why we put up a Christmas Tree, the history of Santa Claus, why Candy Canes were invented, why we hang stockings, the real meaning behind mistletoe, and even more to put you in the "holiday know".

Give yourself this ebook as the first Christmas present!

American Christmas Traditions: Stockings, Carolling, Egg Nog, Gift Giving, Santa Claus and More!

By George Vandenberg (www.giftideaschristmas.info)

"Discover Where All Our Most Cherished Christmas Traditions Originated From. . .
Where The Holiday We Celebrate In America Started At. . .
And, Why Those Answers May Not Be What You Think!"

Christmas is a time for celebration all across the United States. Families and friends gather together for a day of festive merry-making.

But, do you know where the holiday we traditionally celebrate on December 25th originated at? Think it all began with the birth of Jesus Christ? Then you had better think again!

Christmas has always been believed to be a historical date when we celebrate the greatest gift bestowed onto mankind. Many people believe that this was the day that Jesus Christ came into the world.

Unfortunately, no one knows the exact birth date of Jesus. There is, however, another reason why we celebrate Christmas in America on this date. And it stems back to before Jesus was even born!

Inside the brand new ebook, " American Christmas Traditions", you will discover the real reason why Christmas is celebrated on December 25th.

Along with even more history on why we put up a Christmas Tree, the history of Santa Claus, why Candy Canes were invented, why we hang stockings, the real meaning behind mistletoe, and even more to put you in the "holiday know".

Give yourself this ebook as the first Christmas present!

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