Looking for a semi-healthy way to whittle down your holiday eggnog stash? Look no further. I used soy eggnog, and at 90 calories a serving it’s decidedly healthier (and significantly lower in sugar and fat and higher in protein) than the traditional grocery store fare, so for me this was a fairly healthy breakfast. If you’re using the full fat version this recipe might be a better dessert ; ).
Banana Eggnog Smoothie
Makes 2 Servings
1/4 – 1/2 cup eggnog or eggnog substitute
1/2 cup skim milk
1/4 cup nonfat vanilla yogurt
handful of ice cubes
Blend top 5 ingredients together, blend in ice to suit your preference.
My version made two 8-10 ounce servings, at approximately 100 calories per serving.