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This gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, and sugar-free version of the classic eggnog is healthy and delicious. The main ingredient in this recipe is black sesame seed milk, which is richer in calcium than cow’s milk.
It also features turmeric – a cancer fighting spice, which enhances immune system activity – as well as cashews, which are well endowed with anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and tumor annihilating flavonols. Cashews boost your metabolism and have a high protein and magnesium content providing good bowel health, good sleep, and strong bones!
I’ve also added both nutmeg and Ceylon cinnamon as they have both been shown to have numerous anticancer capabilities… and they add that perfect holiday taste.
Not all cinnamon has the cancer fighting quality we need, so be aware when shopping for this ingredient. What you find in your typical store is a cheaper variety known as Cassia cinnamon, or Chinese cinnamon. Cassia cinnamon isn’t quite as potent or medicinally effective as Ceylon cinnamon (known as the “true” cinnamon).
Overall, this delicious holiday nog is a treat to enjoy year round… but especially during the holidays. Enjoy!
- 1½ cups black sesame milk (soak black sesame seeds for 2 hours, drain, blend with 1½ cups spring water and strain through a fine sieve)
- 1½ tablespoons oat groats, soaked for 2 hours
- 1 banana
- 2 tablespoons raw honey (or substitute with agave nectar)
- 2 tablespoons raw cashews (or more for a creamier nog!)
- 1½ teaspoons Ceylon cinnamon, freshly ground
- 2 pinches of nutmeg, freshly ground
- ½ teaspoon fresh turmeric root OR ¼ teaspoon powdered turmeric
- 1 pinch pink or sea salt
- 1 cinnamon stick (optional)
- Rinse the soaked oats well. Then place all ingredients except the banana in a high speed blender. Blend until smooth.
- Add the remaining ingredients and blend until frothy. Pour into serving cups, dust with nutmeg and/or cinnamon and serve with a cinnamon stick. Enjoy!
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Gill f says
Very high in carbs!
Kerri N says
What’s the measurement of black sesame seeds we should soak?
Paula Domnique says
1.5 cups black sesame seeds (see the illustration up top)
Diane Tjenos says
What is the measurement of dry sesame seeds to soak for two hours? Can’t wait to try this. Thank you.
Paula Domnique says
1,5 cups black sesame seeds (see illustrated recipe up top)
What I’ve read about agave nectar (being very high on the glycemic index) tells me it’s not a good substitute, ever! I would use stevia/erythritol instead of raw honey or agave nectar.
Annabel McDougall says
How much sesame seeds to soak in the 1.5 cups of water? Recipe doesnt say! Thankyou 🙂
Paula Domnique says
The illustrated recipe up top says 1.5 cups of black sesame seeds.
Tastes great. I soaked the cashews for a few hours and used rolled oats since I didn’t have groats. For the sesame seed milk I just used water and about 2 T tahini since the recipe was unclear about the amount of sesame seeds. The fresh grated nutmeg is key :-). And this had a very good texture, like real nog. Thank you!
Prue Keenan says
I will also ask……quantity of sesame seeds please??
Silvia Logan says
Your eggnog looks delicious.
Is there anything you could substitute for the sesame seeds? My husband has an allergy to sesame. This looks delicious!
susan tso says
Tis the season to be jolly and what better way than to add the nog into the mix! The recipe looks delish…need to buy some of the ingredients that I don’t have . I can’t wait to try! Thanks for all you guys do in order to get truth out there…I appreciate it! Happy holiday!