These dairy-free eggnog pancakes make a delicious Christmas brunch. These pancakes are unbeatable because they are made with Dairy-Free Silk Soy Nog Original!

Pancakes on a Saturday morning are one of my favorite things. Of course, it ceased when I was 10 or 11, but it was still an experience. My mother had a flat top device that was ideal for preparing a few pancakes at a time. When I prepare pancakes for me and my partner on rare occasions, I make them one at a time in a skillet. My only issue is that I favor pancakes while my guy loves waffles.

I, for one, am a great breakfast fan. If we go out to eat and the restaurant provides breakfast all day, that is most likely what I will get.

I still make the same pancakes that my mother used to make for us when we were youngsters. I believe it came from an old Country Cotton cookbook or anything along those lines. This recipe has gradually been tweaked for other pancake versions, such as my Healthy Peanut Butter Banana Pancakes. I’m modifying the recipe this week to make Dairy-Free Eggnog Pancakes.

I adore eggnog. I’m going to stock up as soon as it hits the stores. My guy doesn’t enjoy eggnog (he doesn’t even like eggs- sooo yeah), so it’s all about me. Silk recently requested me to sample their dairy-free Eggnog. I was dubious at first since I have a strong preference for classic Eggnog. It turned out that I really liked it.

Silk Soy Nog Original, their seasonal flavor, isn’t nearly as thick as classic eggnog, but it’s still just 80 calories or fewer per serving. It still contains notes of nutmeg and a pleasant flavor similar to classic eggnog. Even more astonishing, it is manufactured without the use of eggs. Silk offers a whole collection of seasonal Nogs, including Silk Almond Nog and Silk Almond Nog Pumpkin Spice. More information is available on the Silk website.

I used Silk Soy Holiday Nog instead of milk to create these pancakes. I also added a pinch of nutmeg to round out the taste. These pancakes are very simple to make and only take one dish to prepare. I measured out all of my dry ingredients first, then stirred in my wet components before cooking. I scooped out roughly a cup of pancake batter for each pancake. Finally, and certainly not least, finish them with a maple syrup bath, and don’t be bashful! I ate them for lunch after I completed my picture session because, well, why not?

Silk Soy Holiday Nog is an excellent dairy-free replacement for your breakfast. Make sure to get some before they’re all gone! I even considered using it to make waffles. I’d even consider doing it without informing my partner, just to check whether he actually dislikes eggnog (insert evil chuckle here).

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Dairy-Free Eggnog Pancakes

  • Author:LEE
  • Prep Time:5 mins
  • Cook Time:5 mins
  • Total Time:10 minutes
  • Yield:5-6 pancakes


These dairy-free eggnog pancakes make a delicious Christmas brunch. These pancakes are unbeatable when made with Dairy-Free Silk Holiday Nog!


  • 1 C All-purpose flour
  • 1 tbsp Sugar
  • 2 tsp Baking powder
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1/2 tsp Nutmeg
  • 1 C Silk Soy Holiday Nog
  • 1 Large egg
  • 1 tbsp Vegetable oil
  • 1 tsp Vanilla extract


  1. incorporate dry ingredients in a medium-sized mixing basin and toss to incorporate.
  2. Whisk in the remaining wet ingredients until the batter is smooth.
  3. Melt butter in a small nonstick pan over medium-high heat. When the skillet is hot, spray it with cooking spray.
  4. Pour in 2 cups of pancake batter gently. When the top of the pancake begins to bubble, turn it over and cook for another 60 seconds.1 measurement
  5. Serve with warm maple syrup.

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What is dairy free eggnog made of?

Dairy-Free Almond and Coconut Milk Eggnog

The key to the dynamic taste of this dairy-free eggnog that will have you demanding more is the ideal balance of almond milk and coconut milk. The full-fat coconut milk thickens the eggnog to the consistency of heavy cream.

Can you buy dairy free eggnog?

You can purchase dairy-free eggnog at the supermarket, such as Trader Joe’s Almond Nog, Almond Breeze’s Nog, and the So Delicious Holiday Nog, but I appreciate that this recipe just has 7 ingredients (no additional additives or thickeners) and can be made in under 20 minutes.

Who makes dairy free eggnog?

Lactaid’s lactose-free, properly spiced eggnog is creamy and delightful. Pour yourself a cup of festive happiness, but don’t wait too long since it’s only available for a short time.

Is eggnog bad for lactose intolerance?

Eggnog may include dairy. Traditional eggnog is prepared with milk and eggs. Those who are allergic to milk should avoid drinking eggnog. This eggnog note was evaluated by Fig’s dietician team.

Does almond milk eggnog have dairy?

Almond Breeze® Almondmilk Nog provides the usual rich and creamy flavor of eggnog. This 70-calorie family favorite is free of dairy, soy, lactose, cholesterol, peanuts, casein, gluten, eggs, saturated fat, and MSG.

Is almond milk eggnog good?

It tastes like a cross between custard and flan and is deliciously sweet, rich, and creamy! With almond milk’s growing popularity and availability, replace your regular milk in your eggnog with this.

What’s the difference between eggnog and holiday nog?

(How can you tell the difference between eggnog and Holiday Nog? Eggnog must contain a minimum of 6% butterfat and 1% egg yolk by weight; Holiday Nog, which Spangler refers to as a flavored milk product, has 2% butterfat and less than 1% egg yolk by weight.)

What is a good substitute for eggnog?

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Fizz of Blood Orange and Rosemary.
Guava Ponche with Sweet Vermouth.
Mulled wine from Walker’s.
Arancione Inverno.
Mulled cider, hot.
Punch with citrus and champagne.Continue reading for those recipes, as well as many more eggnog options to try this holiday season.
Grasshopper, frozen. Victor Protasio took the photograph.

Why do stores stop selling eggnog?

The only reason eggnog isn’t marketed outside of the Christmas season is due to market demand, the same desire that pushes up cranberry sauce and turkey sales throughout the holiday season.

Does Pennsylvania Dutch egg nog have dairy?

Traditions are a great way to celebrate the holidays! Pennsylvania Dutch Eggnog is the only eggnog that is prepared with fresh whole eggs and actual dairy cream before being combined with rum, brandy, and whiskey.

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