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Vicki
post Dec 21 2005, 02:22 AM
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I have always loved egg nog but, after doing sugar busters, I was resigned to never have any until, I found this sugar free version. Hope it's okay!

1/2 gallon of milk
1 t. s.f. vanilla
1 small box s.f. french vanilla pudding
nutmeg to taste
cinnamon to taste

I take an empty plastic gallon milk jug add all the ingredients and shake like the "dickens"! Happy Holidays!!!!
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abserica
post Dec 23 2005, 08:24 PM
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I have also made "egg" nog this way- I think it's great too. Happy Holidays!
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easyecm
post Dec 25 2005, 06:13 AM
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Well, I have not made eggnog this way!
But, I will!
LOL!

Merry Christmas to all here!
Not Happy Holidays, but Merry Christmas!
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easyecm
post Dec 25 2005, 06:20 AM
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No offense in tended about Merry Christmas!

I just make it a point that on "Christ" mas, I say Merry Christmas, and of course Happy Chanukkah!

It is not my intend to exclude anyone, but if I say Happy Holidays, I then think I should refer to Jesus, as the "Holiday Infant"

Sorry, just my rant.
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