Hot Cider Nog


Hot Cider Nog

Hot Cider Nog 

Hot apple cider and Silk® Nog mixed together on the stove top with tender apple slices.  Serve hot for the holidays or to enjoy on a cold winter day!  Pair with a roaring fire .

Nog is a timeless classic that has been enjoyed for decades in our family and we could’t be more excited that there is now a vegan and dairy free option.  The simplicity of cider Nog is astounding and delicious for it’s taste and ease of making.  The holidays are about bringing family and friends together.  Since entertaining is at the top of the list, food and beverages play an important part.

 This time of year is an important part in our family and it’s something we look forward to every year.  Nog is the perfect beverage to dish up during the holidays.  If you’ve never had it before, it’s a must.  These flavors blend wonderfully together!  It’s something I like to introduce to friends every year and even better yet, it’s vegan.

Silk Nog

Usually, I would wait until closer to Christmas for a recipe like this, but it is so versatile that I wanted to give you the chance to try it out a few times waaaay before the holiday. By the time Christmas comes, you will be the star of all your holiday parties.  Cheers!

I love walking into a warm house to the smell of cider nog.  It’s one of those things where the smell is almost better than the taste but once you have a sip, you’re reminded that it’s just so heavenly delicious.

One of my favorite ways to enjoy cider nog is with friends.  I’m all about making this on a cold day while sitting in front of the fire drinking of a hot cup of this.  It’s also great for all those long hours of holiday cookie making with family.  I love embracing seasonal festive things ( that is before the January freeze sets in for months).  I swear we could sit in front of the fire for days, talking, sharing laughs, drinking this Cider Nog and eating holiday food.

Cider Nog

Cider Nog is a must between Thanksgiving and Christmas in our house.  We host a lot of family and friend parties so hot beverages are such a simple and easy way to keep the holiday mood alive.

This recipe is incredibly easy to make and uses just a few simple ingredients.  What I love about this recipe is that Silk® Nog is vegan, gluten free and dairy free.

I know all my dairy sensitive and vegan friends are loving me for this recipe right now.  The Nog tastes unbelievably good and I secretly wish I could make this everyday because I would!

Hot Cider Eggnog

To make this recipe, you’ll want to heat a sauce pan over medium heat on the stove top.  Wash, dry and slice the apple and place into pot.  Add Silk® Nog and a good quality apple cider (not from the juice aisle).

Stir in dark brown sugar or regular brown sugar and whisk for 10 minutes. Pour into Moscow Mulls cups or small glass cups with a few slices or apple and a cinnamon stick.

The aroma of the Cider Nog smells delightful and therefore, it’s alright to go ahead and sample it, if you must!

Silk® offers a new line-up of holiday Nogs including Silk® Soy Nog Original, Silk® Almond Nog Pumpkin Spice and Silk® Almond Nog Original

Silk® Holiday Nogs have 80 calories or less per serving.  They are both delicious and dairy free.

For more Silk recipes, visit Silk® here.  Plus get a free digital holiday recipe book, coupon and more.

Hot Cider Nog

Yields: 3

Hot Cider Nog

Incredibly delicious vegan eggnog from Silk® and apple cider blended together and served with apple slices and cinnamon sticks.

10 minCook Time

10 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 2 cup Silk® Nog
  • 3/4 cup apple cider (the real stuff)
  • 4 tablespoons dark brown sugar
  • 1 Honey crisp apple

Instructions

Heat everything together in a medium pot set over medium heat on the stove top. Whisk and heat up for 10 minutes then pour into cups and serve with sliced apples.

Recipe Type: Drinks
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Silk . The opinions and text are all mine.

3 Responses

  1. Whitney

    I don’t like eggnog, but I like Apple cider. I wonder if by using Silk, I’d like the flavor better. I guess I should try and see!

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