Coconut Egg Nog

This is one of 150 Paleo(ish) recipes inside Toadally Primal Smoothies.

Coconut Egg Nog 2

Smoothie Recipe

  • 1 Cup Coconut Milk
  • 4 Large Egg Yolks
  • 1 TBSP Coconut Palm Sugar
  • 1 tsp Nutmeg, Ground
  • 1/2 tsp Cloves, Ground
  • 1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 1/4 Cup Ice

Comments & Suggestions

  • Tastes exactly like egg nog with a hint of coconut!
  • Low in carbs and sugar but full of¬†flavor
  • Enjoy this as a full meal or share with a few others
  • Cinnamon is a fine substitute for ground cloves

Macronutrients

  • 22 grams Carbs
  • 1 grams Fiber
  • 10 grams Sugar
  • 14 grams Protein
  • 61 grams Fat

Vitamins & Minerals (%DV)

  • 20% Riboflavin
  • 30% Folate
  • 20% Vitamin B12
  • 22% Pantothenic Acid
  • 48% Iron
  • 26% Magnesium
  • 44% Phosphorus
  • 26% Copper
  • 98% Manganese
  • 50% Selenium

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Comments

  1. says

    This is just in time for the holidays. I hate regular eggnog and it’s calorie dense. Haven’t heard of coconut palm sugar, but I’m going to find it somewhere.

  2. Sophie says

    I do this without any sweetener and it’s delish!
    I also just experimented and added a tablespoon of cacao powder and that’s really nice too.
    Though I don’t add ice because I don’t generally like milky icy things.

  3. Ashlea Terhune says

    Do you notice that having the egg yolks in it fills you up? Looking for a new twist on a low-carb protein smoothie…and considering adding yolks

    • says

      Yes, egg yolks definitely fill you up. Lots of fat, complete protein, tons of vitamins and minerals. It’s natures perfect food and great for smoothies!

  4. Carlos says

    Very nice, I like that it is a simple recipe and I had all the ingredients at hand (surprisingly, even ground cloves). It tastes great, I didn’t want to deviate so I added the ice even though I also don’t like milky icy things (tasted good even with the ice as it’s not a lot of ice). I am going to try this out on the kids, it would be really great if they like it as they are rather picky eaters.

    • says

      Glad you enjoyed it Carlos! This is possibly THE favorite of mine. I wanted it to taste like egg nog with a little coconut. I took a lot of time with thinking about how to make it and then actually creating it. I’m very glad lots of folks have been enjoying it!

  5. says

    Hello, first timer to your blog (you commented on a comment I made on Marks Daily Apple). You asked, by switching to primal from low carb, what would I be giving up. Thanks for that question, it actually made me think :)

    Anyhoo-question about your recipe. I once tried a recipe with, I believe 5 egg yolks, and I was sick the WHOLE DAY!!! Ugh. I would LOVE to try this recipe but I’m afraid of getting sick. I could add one egg yolk at first anyway. Any suggestions?

    • says

      Where did you buy the raw egg yolks? Was it from a local farm or from the supermarket? What was the quality of the egg? This can make a big difference? What else did you enjoy with the egg yolks? It may or may not be the egg yolks that made you sick.

      This recipes calls for a lot of coconut milk. My stomach gets upset with this much. You may want to make all of it and then just enjoy half of the recipe. Or even a quarter and see how you feel.

      Does this help?

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